As a registered non-profit organisation (link to NPO details) Forest Farm is meticulous in managing the financial side of things. We use independent auditors and believe in transparency every step of the way. Having said that, we welcome outside contributions, whether financial, in kind, or material.
Do you know someone with Cerebral Palsy? Has what you’ve read about us, inspired you to get involved in some way? We would love your participation! There are several ways of doing this:
The Forest Farm Wish List contains a list of items we would truly appreciate … things that would add quality of life to residents of Forest Farm, or which would assist us in the day-to-day running of our home.
Please click here to arrange for collection or delivery.
Financial contributions are welcomed. We are able to issue a tax certificate should you require one, and are happy to update you regularly, going forward. Please use your name and e-mail address/cell phone number as a reference.
These are the ways in which you can donate:
- Forest Farm Centre
- Bank: FNB
- Account number: 54481207347
- Branch: Bryanston
- Code: 250017
Register for the MySchool Card at www.myschool.co.za. This card will enable you make a donation to Forest Farm every time you swipe your card at participating stores at no cost to you. If you are a Woolworths card holder, you have an option to link your card to the MySchool Programme. If you are already a supporter, simply add Forest Farm Centre to your beneficiary list. Find more information at www.myschool.co.za.
Partner With Us
Do you have a gift or a profession which may contribute to our residents’ quality of life? Are you perhaps a plumber, willing to give us a better rate for your services? An occupational therapist willing to donate some of your time on a regular basis? An entertainer, willing to add colour to our residents’ lives by holding a performance here at Forest Farm?
Adopt An Orphan
There are some families who have walked a long road with Forest Farm. Parents may have brought their young adult family member with Cerebral Palsy to live here decades ago, only to have passed on, themselves. Over the years, these residents end up losing their entire families and support structures, resulting in their being orphaned. No one is left to contribute financially or emotionally.
We currently have 17 such people … orphans. Would you consider adopting one of our orphans? They would welcome your emotional and/or financial support. If you believe you have something to offer, please connect with us! Let’s chat about how you could make a wonderful difference in these grateful individuals’ lives!