Members of the public who support our recycling projects, bakeries and shops are the lifeblood of our sustainability. Monetary donations come from individuals, small and large businesses, funders, trust funds and foundations, while many in the corporate world assist us with donated or discounted services and products.
We are deeply grateful to you all.
1. Make a monetary donation to Oasis
All of our services and programmes are funded by donations from generous individuals, companies and trusts as well as by proceeds from our shops, bakery, recycling, and contract work projects.
• Once-off Donation:
Simply click the DONATE button on any page of the website. You will be directed to the Payfast website to make a once-off donation. Please remember to provide your contact details.
• Once-off Donation via SnapScan
• Donate via EFT:
Make a direct deposit into our bank account:
FNB Vineyard Road, Claremont
Branch no 204209
Current account number 59371797078
Swift code FIRNZAJJ
Please email us confirmation of your deposit and contact details to the emails below so that we can thank you and send your receipt!
• Monthly Contribution
Setting up a monthly debit order or recurring credit card payment will assist us tremendously in planning and budgeting for the sustained care of our beneficiaries with intellectual disabilities.
2. Gift a donation
Want to make a donation on behalf of a friend or family member for a special occasion? Contact us to find out more.
3. MySchool/MyVillage card
Select Oasis as your beneficiary and we will benefit each time you swipe your card at any Pick n Pay or Woolworths till – it’s that simple! Every little bit helps!
4. Donate used goods or books
Our charity shops and bookshops are a vital source of funding. We sell anything from furniture, art household goods, quality used clothing, bric-a-brac, toys, and books. We welcome donations of any of these items that are in a sellable condition.
Please drop off at Oasis recycling (corner Imam Haron and Lee Road Claremont).
Opening hours: Mondays – Fridays 8:30 to 3:30 and Saturdays 9:00 to 1:00.
5. Collect the small change
A collection tin at your place of work or club premises can add up to make a big difference to those in need. Please drop off your collection at Oasis Association on the corner of Imam Haron and Lee Road Claremont.
6. Make a bequest
Consider leaving a gift to Oasis in your will. Contact us for more information.
7. Support our campaigns
Each year from October to December we run our Food parcel appeal where we aim to gift our beneficiaries with the gift of food, nourishment, and care. One parcel costs approximately R600, and the aim, with your help, is to fill as many parcels as possible between now and Christmas closure. You don’t need to contribute an entire parcel, any amount or item is greatly appreciated.
Our Banking Details
First National Bank
Account number 59371797078
Claremont Branch Code 204209
Contribute via SnapScan
Name of company: Oasis Association Postal address: Private Bag X23, Claremont 7735 Physical Address: 33 Lee Road, Claremont Telephone: 021 671 2698 Contact: Gail Bester, Executive Director
NPO 002 937 | PBO 930006609
Other Centres and services at Lee Road, Claremont, Pokkiedoring Road, Delft, 16th Street, Elsies River, Chukker Road, Kenwyn, Christians Street, Ravensmead, Sakabula Road, Ruyterwacht
Did you know? Donations to Oasis are deductible tax expenses in terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act.
INCOME TAX: Oasis Association is exempt from income tax in terms of Section 10(1) (f) of the Income Tax Act.
DONATIONS TAX: Oasis is exempt from tax in terms of Section 56(1) (i & j) of Act 58 of 1962.
8. Drop off stock for our shops
Our shops are the heartbeat of our income and without stock we simply cannot support our beneficiaries.
We gratefully accept donated goods to be sold in our Oasis shops or online, especially:
- household goods
- clothes, hats and caps, shoes and handbags
- backpacks, tog bags and suitcases
- dishes and glassware
- working electronics and electrical appliances
- toys and games
- cds, dvds and LPs
- camping, sports, gardening and outdoor equipment
9. Moving house?
Scaling down? Emigrating? Moving on?
Our collection service will gladly collect any larger item of furniture in good repair, free of charge, including awkward pieces of furniture or garden items. For smaller items, please drop off your pre-loved, unwanted goods at Oasis in Claremont, on the corner of Lee and Imam Haron road.
Decluttering is the new shopping!
Donating items that you no longer want, or need is a win-win for all! For you, it means being able to declutter and get more organised, especially before a potential house move. It is also intrinsically rewarding. For us, it assists in sustaining our meaningful initiatives and allows us to grow to further support people with intellectual disabilities.
Contact us Email Beraldine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find OUR DROP OFF at Corner of Lee and Imam Haron Road, Claremont.
Trading hours: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 3:30pm; Saturdays 9:00am – 1pm
10. Become a corporate sponsor
While we strive to be as self-sustaining as possible, with a high percentage of our annual income raised through our income generating projects, we are extremely grateful for the support and partnerships that assist us in expanding our impact and reach. It enables us to continue doing what we do (and love!)
There are various ways a company can work with us:
- Contract us to collect your recycling
- Contract our Outsourced Business Services to assist with business requirements for example packaging, labelling, assembling etc.
- Order delicious baked goods and sandwiches from our bakery for your meetings and events
- Sponsor individual beneficiaries to support their wellbeing
- Sponsor the residential costs for ten residents per year
- Sponsor a vehicle, or the running costs thereof I would like to think this through
For more information please email us email@example.com
We are proud to be associated with some of the most established and largest brands and companies in South Africa. We are also associated with numerous smaller companies. These organisations recognise the crucial work we do in making the lives of the intellectually disabled happier, healthier, and more fulfilling.