We are excited to share our journey with you and encourage you to explore our beneficiary profiles, upcoming events, and social media pages.
The Tshepo Trust
We pride ourselves on being a small organization which provides one-to-one support to deserving and dedicated individuals who hope to invest in their future development through completing a tertiary education certificate.
The Trust focuses on supporting our beneficiaries through the combined impact of financial compensation, personal mentorship and psychosocial guidance. Currently, The Trust is supporting 26 individuals with studies ranging from university degrees to adult skills training diplomas, and has providing access to tertiary education for over 70 committed individuals, distributing just under a million rand to date.
Virtual 5km Run/Walk For Education, in association with VICE Coffee Shop: 7 November, 2020
Join the Tshepo Trust team as we enjoy a 5km run (or walk!) on the 7th of November in Craighall Park, starting at 8am South African time, and ending with a coffee meet-up at Vice Coffee Shop, Parkhurst Area.
To add something fun and different, we are encouraging all supporters of the Trust to join our run and walk in your home area virtually through buying your ticket and posting your run/walk on social media, tagging The Tshepo Trust (@thetshepotrust) and VICE coffee (@vicecaighallpark) on Instagram!
The Tshepo Trust Art Auction: November, 2020
The Tshepo Trust is hosting an exciting online art auction to celebrate and support local South African artists, and to raise funds for the Tshepo Trust beneficiary family!
This Tshepo Trust Collection showcases local talent, shares South African narratives and story, and support community development efforts by bringing together the celebration of art with fundraising efforts for our non-profit organization.
Visit Rondebosch CAN on Facebook and keep an eye on the page for the 20th of November, when art bidding opens! Bids will run on the comments section of each artwork and close on Sunday 29 November at 4pm. Highest bidder will be contacted by the Trust directly, in order to finalise purchase.