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Our Board of Trustee's

The following people serve on the Hermanus Rainbow Trust's Board of Trustees. All Trustee's are volunteers.

 

Vivienne Owen - Patron

Vivienne Owen founded the Hermanus Rainbow Trust in 1997 and dedicated 16 years of her life to improving the lives of the orphans, vulnerable children and disadvantaged families living in the impoverished communities of the Overstrand. Her dedication to improving the "early childhood development" of under privileged children and providing them with hope and opportunity for a better future will always be remembered as her legacy.

Unfortunately, due to ill health, Vivienne resigned as the Chairperson in 2012 and John Mathew has been appointed as the new Chairperson.

John Mathew - Chairperson

Jacqueline Davis - Vice Chairperson

Sandra Nell - Treasurer

Mpumi Tebele - Secretary

Dirk Hartford - Trustee

Archie Klaas - Trustee

Morris Tshabalala - Resigned 2012

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Hermanus Rainbow Trust

Tel 028 316 4325 
Fax 028 316 4125
Email dave@rainbowtrust.org.za
Website www.rainbowtrust.org.za
Address 73 Main Road, Sandbaai, Hermanus
TRUST IT385/99
NPO 006-519
PBO 18/11/13/1054

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The Hermanus Rainbow Trust has Support Centres in Zwelihle, Kleinmond, Stanford, Gansbaai and Buffelsjag.

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The HRT "Social Enterprise"

The Hermanus Rainbow Trust has developed a "sustainability strategy" to limit the challenges of getting "grant funding" from government, funding agencies and business in these difficult economic times. The strategy is built around the establishment of a "Social Enterprise" in line with global trends.

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Non-Profit Organisations - The Current Funding Model is NOT Sustainable

Why ? What are the alternatives ?

The Hermanus Rainbow Trust, like many other NPO’s / NGO’s, is threatened by the current "grant funding" models in South Africa, where most NPO’s are totally dependent on "grant funding from Government, Funding Agencies, Business, Individual Donors, Sponsors and fund raising events.

Please help us help those in NEED !

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