We know that all the best things happen when you work together. That’s why we’re keen to partner with local firms who are passionate about making a difference in the community. With our years of experience, we can help businesses make a big impact where it’s needed most.
Ladles of Love is a registered Non Profit Organisation and can therefore provide Section 18A certificates when you make a financial donation of R1000 or more.
Businesses have a huge influence over our community. Investing back into local people is a fantastic way to boost your reputation and to build respect for your brand. It generates loyalty from your employees too, as people want to work for companies that really care.
The government recognises that organisations like ours depend on the support of the public. They therefore encourage companies to make tax deductible donations.
Yes, you can make a tax deductible donation to the project of your choice. You may even have a project of your own in mind that you’d like to work with us on.
We welcome donations of non-perishable ingredients to cook with. Please donate dried lentils, split peas, soup mix, rice, bottled water, long life milk or long life juice.
Of course! We would love to have you and your team join us for an event – it’s an incredible opportunity to witness the impact of your donation firsthand.
We welcome volunteers at all of our schemes, but we can also arrange private team building soup kitchens for you and your colleagues. You may also want to consider a special event for your company – such as a Mandela Day project.
Yes! We absolutely do need equipment for our schools – such as bowls, cutlery, pots, pans and other cooking essentials. Chat to us about what specific items you can provide so we can match you with a school in need.
We can issue a Section 18A tax certificate for all donations of R1000 or above. We can only issue certificates for financial contributions and unfortunately not for goods or services.