Never before in the history of our democracy has our country been confronted by such a severe threat to our health and future; however, it is a threat that we will be able to overcome if we work together.
Across our country, people and organisations have offered to help and the Solidarity Fund is the vehicle that has been set up to facilitate this.

R3.12 Billion

Unaudited figures as of 30/10. Please expect up to 48 hours for Donations to clear and reflect.


Company/Foundations Individuals Payroll Giving

R2 955 775 414

R83 432 803

R84 340 929





Goal R4 Billion
Pledged R3.16 Billion
Received R3.12 Billion

Donations Received

As of 30/10


Through this Fund, we aim to:


Prevent the spread of the infection by supporting campaigns and communication measures to flatten the curve.


Detect and understand the magnitude of the disease through the supply of testing kits and research.


Care for those in hospital or medical care by ensuring a supply of PPE (personal protective equipment).


Support those whose lives have been disrupted by the pandemic through the support of feeding and shelter programmes across the country.

Allocated Disbursements
Prevent 75 900 000 43 906 180
Detect 409 307 645 339 932 763
Care 1 360 931 558 869 605 947
Support 412 000 000 158 947 896

As of 30/10

Solidarity in Action

280 000+

Food parcels delivered as of 30/10
280 000+
Food parcels delivered
250 000

We have exceeded our target of supplying food to 250 000 households.

We have delivered more than 280 000 food parcels and counting, to date.

News Flash

Gender-based Violence Response II - Call for Applications

Applications are open. The official closing date is 18 November 2020 at 17:00.

The Solidarity Fund is inviting eligible community-based organisations (CBOs) to apply for funding in support of critical activities and services related to addressing gender-based violence (GBV) across the country.



Social Feeds


#WeekendWisdom: Don't forget about the big picture this weekend. Summer’s here and we can’t get slack: let’s have fun and remember our responsibility to keep ourselves and others safe. Let's #PlayOurPart and #WearAMask so we can beat this thing! #covid19sa #prevention

We are happy to announce the appointment of new CEO, Tandi Nzimande. Her experience places her in an ideal position to lead The Fund in its new phase. We thank outgoing CEO, Nomkhita Nqweni for her hard work. Read: @ewnreporter @mswendyt @IOL

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