You can make donations to Sparrow Schools in various ways
Make a monetary donation towards one of our programmes and help empower our learners. Your support allows our learners to become well-rounded students and equips them with the tools they need to be successful throughout their schooling careers.
MySchool supports quality learning in South Africa. It aims to ensure that all children have access to the quality education they deserve. Sparrow is one of the more than 7500 registered schools that benefit from funds raised through your swipes. Support us by making Sparrow your beneficiary.
Sponsor a child today. Help build a nation for tomorrow. The future of the world starts in the classroom. For as little as R100 per month, you can assist in providing education, as well as support to children experiencing challenging socio-economic and learning difficulties.
Adopt–A–Tin is one of Sparrow Schools’ campaigns to help raise money to educate our children and keep them in school. Everyone has small changes at some time or another. Please consider Adopting a tin from Sparrow Schools and dropping your small change into it.
Sparrow School Educational Trust relies on time, expertise and help from its local and international volunteers. Many volunteers have walked alongside Sparrow to help bridge the gap between the founding vision of using education to create a future for more young South Africans.
Spend the day at one of our schools or at the college. Doing something to improve the environment or enhance the lives of our children and youth.
Find out about the activities you can get involved in.
Sparrow Schools has many different campaigns running at different times of the year. Please contact us if you would like to support any of the campaigns or get involved. You can also get in touch if you have some new ideas that you would like to share with us.
Corporate Social Investment is a broad concept that can take on many forms depending on the company and industry you are in. Through CSR programs, philanthropy, and volunteer efforts, businesses can benefit society while simultaneously boosting their brands.
Feedachild.co.za tells us that it is estimated that almost 10% of the South African population are children living below the poverty line and in circumstances beyond their control. Being hungry not only affects children physically, it affects them emotionally too.