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HRT Partners, Funders, Sponsors, Donors and Volunteers

The HRT Trustee's, Management Team, Social Workers and Carer,s and all of our Orphans, Vulnerable Children and Disadvantaged Families want to thank all the people that have made it possible for the HRT to provide "Community and Social Development" services and support to the impoverished communities in the Overstrand.

Without the support of all the generous funders, sponsors, donors, partners and volunteers, over the last few years, the Hermanus Rainbow Trust would not be able to continue providing comprehensive "Community and Social Development" services and support to the 5 impoverished communities we serve in nthe Overstrand. You are the lifeblood of the organisation, and we value your commitment to improving the lives of the Orphans, Vulnerable Children and Disadvantaged Families.

Our main Funders: (past and present)

Western Cape Department of Health (WCDoH)
The WCDoH has been instrumental in getting our Home-Based Care and HCT/Lay Counselling projects off the ground. They provide not only funding for these operations, but also guidance, support and assistance with project coordination
National Lotteries Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF)
The NLDTF has been sponsoring the Hermanus Rainbow Trust since 2007, and have contributed to operational, capital and project costs. We were able to purchase a 15-seater Toyota Quantum, a Toyota Condor and 3 Kymko scooters from Lotto funds in 2009
Western Cape Education Department (WCED)
The WCED provides subsidies for our Grade R school, which covers basic teacher salaries and some educational supplies
Starfish Foundation
The Starfish Foundation provides financial support for our Children's Circle of Support programme, and provides technical assistance with project monitoring and evaluation
A1 Hyper Chickens and Bayside Foods
A1 Hyper Chickens and Bayside Foods have supported the Hermanus Rainbow Trust right from its inception. With their support, the Trust would not have been able to grow and develop to its current capacity. These two related companies provide essential operational funding
Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa (HPCA)
The HPCA has taken on the Hermanus Rainbow Trust as a development site, and we were recently awarded a one-star HPCA organisation rating. HPCA provides us with financial support in addition to adminsitrative and technical guidance
Western Cape Department of Social Development (WCDSD)
The WCDSD contributes towards our Social Care and Children's Circle of Support programmes

We would also like to thank the following companies and organisations for their continued and vital support:

Newton-Johnson Wines
Bouchard-Finlayson Wines
Walker Bay Nursery
Arabella Golf Estate
Harbour Rock Restuarant & Gekko Bar
Alex Grant Pharmacy
SBS Conferences
Annique Skin Care
Defy Milnerton
Montego Bay Clothing
Pro-Am Clothing
IPIC Property Management
Leisure Group
Investec Bank Ltd
William Holmes Family Charitable Trust
Hubbards Cupboard
Peninsula Plumbing & Engineering Works
Hermanus Factory Shop
Hermanus Rotary Anns
Hermanus Rotary
The Benevolent Fund
St Vincent de Paul Society
Marine Hotel
The Purple Room Marketing Consultants
PSG Konsult Management Services
Shade Alley
Don Adams Accounting
Hermanus Toyota
Village Health
A Stewart Pharmacy
Hermanus Pharmacy
Hermanus Esplanade Self-Catering Appartments

And finally, a special thank you to all our individual donors and volunteers, whose contributions are invaluable:

  • Mr Billy Alazraki
  • Mrs Irma Bezuidenhout
  • Mr Butlerman
  • Cindy van der Heuvel and her class
  • Mr & Mrs JC & Carolyn Martin
  • Mrs Sylvia Carter
  • Mr Andre de Haes & Michael Rothkopf
  • Mrs Gita Finlayson
  • Mr Alan Grant
  • Mr & Mrs FJ & Helen Gardiner
  • Mr & Mrs John & Ann Horn
  • Mrs Sally Hebbert
  • Mr Murray Heron
  • Mrs Philippina Hellings
  • Mrs Jenny Jackson
  • Mr Kobus le Roux
  • Mrs Joan Millen
  • Mrs Diane McLaughlin
  • Mr Bruce Myles
  • Mr Deon van Vuuren
  • Mr Hans Oostenbrink
  • Mrs Joan Quinn
  • Mr Percy Heywood
  • Mr Adrian Kuiper
  • Mrs Janet Mackay
  • Captain Julies
  • Mrs Jane Relly
  • Mr Steve Drury
  • Mr & Mrs K Trueman
  • Mr Johnny Cardosa
  • Mrs PM Walton
  • Mrs Eirene Hoving
  • Mrs Irene Saunders
  • Mr & Mrs Frank & Christine Brennecke
  • Mr & Mrs Sven & Elke Naters
  • Mr John Saunders
  • Mrs Angela Leary
  • Mrs CE du Plessis
  • Mr Michael Walsh
  • Mrs Midge Dods
  • Mrs Sue McNaught
  • Mrs Francesca Cumberbirch
  • Mrs Melanie Holloway
  • Mrs Morag Swanepoel
  • Mrs Madeline Travis
  • Mrs Elke Lager
  • Mrs Moira Ricco
  • Mrs Louise Makepeace
  • Mrs Siri Hotson
  • Mrs Leny Kooistra
  • Mrs Joanne Leggett
  • Mrs Rosemary Adendorff
  • Mr & Mrs T Hermanson
  • Mr & Mrs D Johnson
  • Mrs Hestea Verster
  • Mrs Shiela Berry
  • Mrs E Vosloo
  • Mrs E Lemmer
  • Daniel Cumberbirch
  • Mr & Mrs Louis Kruger
  • Mrs Lettie Watson
  • Mrs Jenny Jackson
  • Mr Don Adams
  • Rotary Interact Club of Hermanus High School
  • Mr Stefan van Zyl
  • Mr & Mrs Graham & Sally Kilbey
  • S Nell and Family
  • J. Davis and Family
  • The Hermanus Private School
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Contact Us

Hermanus Rainbow Trust

Tel 028 316 4325 
Fax 028 316 4125
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.


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 !