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Jeanine hugging Archbishop Desmond Tutu at Camphill Village

We would love you to get more involved with Camphill Village. There are a number of ways to contribute - from outright cash donations, to buying our products, or helping to spread the word on our social media platforms. However you choose to get involved, we encourage you to make a start today!

And if you have a any suggestions of other initiatives that you might like to be involved in, please let us know, we're very open to suggestions. Please contact our fundraiser on 021 571 8600 or fundraiser@camphill.org.za

Cash Donations

Donate Cash

Make a transfer by EFT directly to our bank account or use our Payfast (ZAR), PayPal (USD & Euros) or BetterPlace.org accounts to donate funds directly to Camphill Village either as an anonymous donor or as a registered sponsor.

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BetterPlace.org donations

Sponsor a Resident

Sponsor a Resident

There are many residents who don't have families who can support them financially at Camphill Village ... Read More

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Subscribe to our Newsletter


Come to our Monthly Market

Come to our Monthly Market

Camphill Village invites the general public to join us for a lovely day out in the country at our monthly market - on the first Sunday of every month from 10am till 2pm ... Read More

MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Card

Sign up for a MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Card

Swipe it when you buy at Woolworths, Engen, Quick Shops, Kalahari.Com, Waltons, Supa Quick, Reggies, Toys-R-UsBuy our Products ... Read More

Contact Camphill

If you would like to donate or to offer any other form of help please contact our fundraiser - Janine Strumpher:

Camphill Fundraiser - Janine StrumpherTel: 021 571 8600
E-Mail: fundraiser@camphill.org.za

Bank Details

Tax Deductible
Camphill Village is a registered public benefit organisation:

NPO No 003-321
PBO 930001297

Your financial donation is tax deductible.

CSI Criteria
We meet the following CSI criteria:
  • Welfare: Homes for intellectually disabled adults. Meaningful work in sheltered enterprises for intellectually challenged adults
  • Capacity Building/ Skills Development: intellectually challenged youth and adults
  • Conservation and Environment: education, stewardship, sustainable living, organic farming