Donate and make a difference

Welcome to Global Dream Catching where every little helps

We are grateful to the donors as global contributing citizens, for donations and grants to help Dreamcatcher to continue in our quest with the communities we work in across South Africa. Since our inception, our aim with the donations we generate, is to develop a platform for giving globally to join Team Dreamcatcher and make a collective difference. Every dollar, rand, euro and pound goes directly into our bank account, avoids handling fees by subsidiaries or third parties costs and mounts up to deliver impact locally by generous people globally.

Chenoa Gachupin volunteering at Dreamcatcher South AfricaWe believe in putting an end to aid without end and that each project we embark upon, must facilitate a legacy, be sustainable and facilitate increased quality of life and a chance for realise their potential, for the women, children and youth on our projects. Our donors thus have ease of mind that their money goes where it is intended. The Dreamcatcher team, overseen by committed management board members, with caring intent and carefully audited accounting system, ensure that every dollar,rand, pound and euro work for the purpose it was sought. We are your hands and feet on the ground and our donors give us wings to fly further together in a truly a global partnership.

How do we decide and what do we spend the donations on?

We research the needs with the Kamammas and stakeholders in their communities and guide projects, track impacts and measure results. We actively engage youth and children on issues which impact upon the environment, their health and lack of skills and we endeavour to address barriers which inhibit their development. No funds are spent in isolation, but rather with a purpose to bring lasting or long term results. It can thus be safely assumed that we have our ears and feet on the ground in each of the 16 township communities where Dreamcatcher is involved across South Africa. Subscribing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Dreamcatcher has a strong environmental, health and wellness ethos; we address recurring poverty, food poverty and sustained unemployment.

Volunteers making a difference for Dreamcatcher South AfricaDreamcatcher has identified, mentored and trained strong women in each Dreamcatcher community in South Africa to affect and bring about positive change with us in a team to contribute her skills, identifying projects/activity and needs. To facilitate growth, she leads by example. We do not develop the Kamamma (community mother who carries her child/community on her back), in isolation to forget their roots. Our way is to assist her to help herself and then to affect change where she lives.

Dreamcatcher Kamammas thus stay and live close to their roots. Focusing on women and youth particularly, we join hands to enable the growth of knowledge, education, skills in her community. and direct our efforts at promoting health and wellness and addressing recurring food poverty. Over the 2 decades we have been working and living in the township communities.

Donation options

Thank you for considering to donate. Kindly click on the secure PayPal donation button, which is securely linked to our projects accessible from this page under DONATION OPTIONS. We also invite you to be in touch by filling in the Dreamcatcher donation form. We would love to hear from you. Our financials are stringently audited and are acknowledged on the payment advices and on our website.

We have two fund raising channels to chose from:
(Note they are both connected to secure PayPal payment systems)

1.Dreamcatcher Sustainable Community Development Fund

This FoundationTrust fund provides a secure mechanism for people who want to donate but are unsure of where the need is the greatest at that time, but wish to contribute to the ‘ Global Dreamcatcher Dream Catching Goals . As life is dynamic in the communities, we will report back on our donor lists, where funds were directed to at that specific moment, given that we support over 100 rewarding projects across 16 communities. We also work on special projects in partnership with universities and development partners globally.

 

2. Special Dream Catching Projects

From time to time volunteers, visitors or the community themselves present us with a project(s) which are imperative to receive urgent attention or have identified an urgent/important need, which if granted, makes a significant difference, fast. If you have any specific Dreamcatcher project you want to support please state this with the donation.

 

Dear Donors, At Dreamcatcher, we are Ubuntu (we are what we are through our association with others). Thank you for considering to walk the talking with us!

We received donations from many organisations and people all over the World. Every euro, pound, dollar, rand and all the people helping are much needed and immensely appreciated. Here’s the list of our Donors – Monetary Donations, Grants, Resources, Logistical Support and Promotion.