tomorrow trust

Your Uber trip can help change lives

UberGiving---thumbSouth African non-profits are hailing the benefit of taxicab app Uber’s charitable giving. UberGiving allows the company and its passengers to donate to worthy causes.

The Empty Shop is filled with promise

empty-shop---thumbDonated clothes are the centre of The Empty Shop in Sandton City, Johannesburg. They are on display and then sold, with proceeds going towards the Tomorrow Trust. What is not sold at the pop-up shop is taken to a charity shop. Again, the proceeds are for the educational group.

Trust works for a better tomorrow

Dimpho thumbFor almost a decade the Tomorrow Trust has been helping children get a better quality of education. In turn, this means they are able to become productive members of society, and help others.

Primary schools get a helping hand

Uniforms, stationery and a vegetable tunnel were donated to underprivileged schools by Nedbank through its Back-to-School programme, one of the bank's many investments in education.
Needy pupils kitted out for school

Community Builder: Kim Feinberg

For orphans and vulnerable children to escape their dependence on charity through education, they need financial, emotional and practical support - which is exactly what Kim Feinberg's Tomorrow Trust aims to give them.