The KwaZulu-Natal Blind & Deaf Society is a leading service provider in the field of Blindness and Deafness in KwaZulu-Natal.

SUPPORT US

THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOU CAN SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
DONATIONS IN CASH

You may wish to donate cash either to one of the projects, for equipment or assistive devices.  It’s easy – transfer by EFT payment of deposit directly into our Bank Account. Details here.

DEBIT ORDER DONATION

Make a monthly donation – download the debit order form.  Confirm your monthly donation Click here to download  form,  complete and fax to 031 3093048 or email director@blindanddeafsocietykzn.org.za

DONATIONS IN KIND

Items in kind are always welcome – non perishable food items are required for the hamper distribution as part of the Poverty Alleviation programme. Other items such as stationery, office furniture, etc. are most welcome.

MAKE YOUR CHANGE MAKE A CHANGE

Every cent counts -  Why not take a collection tin – collect change in your home, in your business or even at your school.

It will make a difference and help change lives.

 

DIARIES FOR SALE

Order your personal or corporate diaries from our range of colours and fabrics including the 2 tone stitch option with the cover being

branded in a foil or debossed corporate logo.  Diaries are

available in 3 standard sizes  -  A5, A5+ and A4 as well as

the Slimline an Pocket diary.

 

Opportunities exist for advertising on the Society A5

diaries of which 4 000 are printed annually.

 

Call us now for an appointment for your 2015

Diary – call 031 3094991 or email

LEAVE A BEQUEST

 

When making a will, please  take a moment to think about leaving a bequest in your Will to help the KwaZulu-Natal Blind and Deaf Society to provide services for Blind and partially sighted and Deaf and hard of hearing people. We want all of them to lead healthy, productive lives side by side with their sighted and hearing counterparts.

 

We need the resources to teach sign language, train our clients in computer skills, braille literacy, daily living skills, orientation  and mobility and, as well as, provide and find appropriate employment. Without this training, Blind and Deaf people remain helpless, isolated and unemployed .

 

If you fall in the right category, please ask your lawyer about the tax benefits applicable to your bequest.

 

The KZNBDS is a registered Section 18A organisation and as such will issue donors with 18A certificate to claim donations as a tax deduction.  Please note that more than 90 % (ninety percent) of the beneficiaries of the KZNBDS are Black as classified in the BBBEE Codes of Good Practice. The KZN Blind and Deaf Society is a registered Level 1 BBBEE contributor.

 

Note: The Society is registered as a Public Benefit Organisation in terms of Section 18A (1) (A) of the Income Tax Act.  All donations to the KwaZulu-Natal Blind and Deaf Society are tax deductible.  Kindly quote Public Benefit Organisation reference – 18/11/13/2948 and this receipt number when submitting to SARS.