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How we're funded

How we're funded

amandla .mobi is working not only to be a people powered movement, but people funded as well. To ensure our independence, and accountability to our members, we are working hard to ensure each year we are increasingly funded by our members. Our plan is to be majority funded by every day people in Mzansi by 2022. Whether it’s a R5 airtime donation, or a R1000 monthly donation. 

In addition to small donations from amandla.mobi members, to help get amandla .mobi up and running, we researched and applied for grants from values aligned organisations. 

Funds received in 2018:

 

Funds received in 2017:

Foundation for Human Rights

Brot für die Welt

Potter Foundation

Making All Voices Count (HIVOS)

DG Murray Trust

Open Society Foundation 

Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids

Heinrich Boll Foundation

Oxfam South Africa

 

Funds received in 2016:

Brot für die Welt

Bertha Foundation

Potter Foundation

DG Murray Trust

Heinrich Boll Foundation

Open Society Foundation 

 

Funds received in 2015:

Bertha Foundation
Making All Voices Count
Campact

 

Funds received in 2014:

Indigo Trust
Bertha Foundation
Global Green Grants

 

We are negotiating further grants and will update this page if and when those are confirmed. amandla.mobi also receives small private donations from individuals. 

amandla .mobi is a registered Public Benefit Organisation with 18A status. Our PBO number is 930050535. amandla .mobi has also completed NGOsource's Equivalency Determination Process and is the equivalent to a U.S. Public Charity. 

If you are interested in partnering with amandla .mobi, please send an email to the Operations Coordinator paul (at) amandla.mobi

The amandla .mobi community holds leaders in corporations, the media, government and public institutions to account, therefore we do not accept funding from companies, any of our government departments, political parties or other institutions, so that we are free and independent to challenge power. To view our donation policy, please click here

Last updated: 16 April 2018