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Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
spca orphan

This beautiful animal is looking for a loving home. The Durban &: Coast SPCA has many other orphans like him. Please contact
031 - 273 1200 for a furry addition to the family!
Durban & Coast SPCA

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Please contact us with your details, up to 200 words of information and 1-2 pictures.

This listing will NEVER incur any cost to your charity or non profit organisation.


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Non Profit Organisations

What would life be without those who cared?

Write-ups and adverts on this website for all of the non profit organisations and charities listed below are sponsored by the Durban North Accommodation Association and Adept Leisure Resources. These are all organisations that work tirelessly for the reward of knowing that they are making a difference and all are dependent on public support for their continued survival. Your spare time, spare goods and small change can go a long way. If you feel that you would like to assist in any way at all - even if you are not sure how - please contact them right now. You can make a difference too.

Human Welfare

Alcoholics anonymous

031 301 4959

Abuse - Survivors Anonymous

083 392 8387

Aids Helpline

0800 012 322


031 304 2269


031 303 2222

Child Protection Unit

031 307 7000

Door of Hope

082 442 4419

Life Line

031 312 2323

Narcotics Anonymous

0881 278832

Rape Crisis

031 204 4862

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Africa is a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping children and youth at risk realise their potential by facilitating the development of long-term one-to-one mentoring relationships.

A child is matched with an adult mentor, someone who is both a positive role model and a friend. We match the specific strengths, interests and abilities of a volunteer to the identified needs of the child. The child is known as the Little and the adult mentor, the Big. All over the world there are vulnerable children who may not be able to reach their full potential. These are children and youth who lack inspiration, guidance and experience to move beyond their daily survival and experience positive youth development. By volunteering a minimum of one hour of your time each week for at least one year as a mentor, you could profoundly change the course of a child's life.

The Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring initiative represents an attempt to restore vision and inspiration to youth who are in desperate need of guidance and support. By simply giving children the opportunity to feel valued, by listening to them, it is possible to open up a world decidedly brighter than before.

Contact Us
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Africa
Tel: 031 461 1137 or 031 461 5657










Counselling can ensure emotional wellness, and promote a quicker recovery to normalize the situation as soon as possible.

In the event of reporting a case at the DurbanNorth/Greenwood Park Police Station please ask for assistance from the DNUCT or contact Carol van Tonder 0848104469






Joy Chiang083 256 5993

Sue Fairall 074 182 4360

Meetings are held the first Monday of every month from 18H30-20H30 at 171 Bulwer Rd.


Kayak 4 AIDS

Kayak 4 Aids (founded by Werner Stoltz) has pledged to do something real in the fight against AIDS.

With the help of God and his sponsors, Werner will be the first person to attempt one of the most adventurous and dangerous expeditions. To raise awareness and money for HIV and AIDS, he will paddle solo in a sea kayak from London to Durban - over 16 000 km! Not only is he the first to attempt such a daring feat, but this will also be the longest kayak journey in history.

We urge everyone to be a part of this ground-breaking journey.

His dream is to raise R 2 000 000 to open an AIDS shelter named "the Nineveh Project" in South Africa. His expedition will take him from the United Kingdom to France, West Spain, Portugal, South Spain, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique, to arrive in Durban - South Africa.

You can help Werner and Kayak 4 Aids, by making an online donation, buying a pixel of his website for your company, or joining his kayak club, you will be making a real difference in the lives of many homeless children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

If you are able to offer some sort of support, be it financial support, donations to the shelter, help in fundraising for the Nineveh project, or simply a prayer or note of good luck, please contact Werner through his website:


KZN Society For The Blind

031 202 7277

The KZN Society for the Blind is a registered welfare organization, constituted to care for visually impaired people of all ages throughout KwaZulu-Natal. Our core services focus on the provision of employment and rehabilitation. Our members produce a very wide range of top quality Cane Products, ranging from office accessories to trays, dog baskets, laundry baskets, various styles of furniture, bedroom suites and customised orders.

Swiftcare (24 Hours)

0800 000024

The Open Door Crisis Centre
after hours

031 709 6688
031 709 2468

Animal Welfare

Animal Anti-Cruelty League

031 564 9940

Crow (Widlife Rehab.)

031 462 1127

Kitten Action

082 555 0727

If you know of any other non-profit organisations who work for the good of man or beast, please email us with their details so that we can add them to this and other related pages.

All such organisations are entitled to completely free detailed entries on this site (as per the Blood Doner Centre entry above). Please take advantage of this service.


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