There is an abundance of talented young people across Africa who lack the resources to reach their full potential, we need your help to reach even more deserving candidates for our Agri-scholarship programme. Your commitment to join the movement and to be the difference is an investment in the future of our young agricultural leaders. This will allow us to not only continue the work we do in education and leadership but to expand, so as to identify, support and develop talent.

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Every donation contributes to a brighter South Africa and Africa.

Thank you for making and being the difference.


Yes, ETG is a registered Public Benefit Organisation in terms of section 30 of the Income Tax Act 58 of 1962. Therefore, donations to the organisation are exempt from donations tax in terms of section 56(1) (h) of the Act. Section 18A(1) of the Act provides for a deduction in terms of donations made in the form of cash or certain types of assets made, inter alia, to PBOs approved under section 30(1). This is provided that the donor is in possession of a valid receipt and that the donation does not exceed 10% of taxable income, that the donor provides a postal address, that donations are unencumbered (unconditional), that there are no contractual obligations that need to be fulfilled and no deliverables to be met in return and that ETG must be free to use its discretion as to how the donation will be utilised.

Yes, all international donations can be made with a Visa or Mastercard. Please send an email to if you have any questions or concerns, we will assist you further to complete an international donation.

For international tax certificates and donations, please send an email to and we can assist you further.

Donations are contributed according to what is needed at ETG to continue supporting and developing our future leaders.

Yes, ETG NPC is a level 2 B-BBEE Contributor. Contributing 1% of your net profit after tax to our organisation will achieve the full score of 5 points for socio-economic development spend.

The revised codes make it possible to contribute up to 6% (up from 3%) of payroll (leviable amount) to either employees or non-employees or a combination of both. Through our scholarship programme, corporate funds split over the economically active population and allocated to bursaries for our scholars (above age 16 through tertiary level) qualify as skills development spend. By contributing to our programme, you can achieve points for category A (bursaries) on the Skills Development priority element.

We are always eager to support new, and unique, fundraising initiatives and have many generous individuals who do so. Please send us an email at  and we can assist you further with any ideas, or share our upcoming events calendar with you.

Yes, we are, we are registered in South Africa.

Our registration details are: 

South Africa: Educate to Grow 

NPC Registration no.: 2017/128220/08 

Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) ref. no.: 241-937

Public Benefit Organisation (PBO/Section 18(A) ref. no.: 930065201  

For any other questions, please send an email to and we will assist you further.

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