Nominations open
 

1 November 2020

Helping Hands

Empowering the Women of South Africa

R5000 shopping vouchers donation for an Inspiring Women

Do you know of any strong women in your communities that can use a little helping hand?

Women who are working to look after their families, communities, and often putting their own needs last.

Women who are trying to better themselves.

Women who just need a little helping hand to make ends meet. 

Women who have been severely impacted by Covid-19.

Criteria:

Nominations must be done in the spirit of empowering women,
 

  • Someone who needs a confidence boost,

  • Someone who needs help to believe in themselves,

  • Someone who is actively trying to change their lives for the better, 

  • Everyday women who can inspire and encourage other women,

  • Someone who has lost their job due to Covid-19 retrenchments,

  • Someone who is either unemployed or on a low income.

How will it work?

You can nominate someone or yourself through our online application form.

Every 3 months our selection panel will select a recipient.
The recipient story will be shared on our website and social media challenges.

At the end of the year all the recipients will get together for a fundraising event.*
They will get a chance to share their story and help us reach more people.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Once the beneficiary has been selected, the panel's decision is final. 

  • You can enter as many times as you like.

  • Donations will be sent to the recipients within 14-28 days of being notified.* 

  • Beneficiaries must agree to share their story in the name of empowering women across South Africa.

  • The beneficiary or nominator must follow at least one of our Social Media channels. 

  • The successful recipient will be announced within 1 month of application closing. 

  • The beneficiary will receive a donation of R5000 worth of shopping vouchers.

  • Vouchers cannot be exchanged for money. 

  • The beneficiary must be a resident in South Africa.

Evidence:

The selection panel might request evidence to support an application to help aid their decision. When evidence is requested the panel will specify what they would like to see. A request of evidence does not indicate that your application has been successful. It is merely part of the reviewing process. 

Examples:

  • Women who have gone back to work,

  • Women overcoming addiction,

  • Women supporting her community,

  • Women who have survived abuse and is starting over,

  • Women working multiple jobs to support their family and keep their kids in school

  • Women who have been severely impacted by Covid-19 but continue to be inspiring.

If you have any questions please get in touch: helpinghands@thefuturefoundation.co.za
 

*Delivery could be impacted by outside events

*Please note due to Covid-19 there will be no fundraising event at the end of 2020.

All personal data and information will be used in a secure and responsible manner. We are 100% compliant with the Protection of Personal Information Act 2013

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