Support Us

KwaZulu-Natal Blind and Deaf Society provides a range of services to blind, partially-sighted, deaf, hard-of-hearing, and deaf-blind people in Durban and its surroundings, Chatsworth, Pinetown, Umlazi, Amanzimtoti and Durban South, Inanda, KwaMashu, Ntezuma, Phoenix, Verulam, Tongaat, Kwa Dekuza, Pietermaritzburg and Zululand. The Society’s work is substantially improving the lives of our clients, contributing to their development and independence.

Donations in Cash

Should you wish to make a cash donation towards any of our projects, simply pay by EFT, or deposit directly into our Bank Account.

Debit Order Donation

Make a monthly contribution by downloading the debit order form – any amount will make a difference - Click here to download the form. Kindly forward completed debit order form to:

Donations in Kind

Donations in kind are most welcome. Non-perishable food items for hamper distribution is part of the Poverty Alleviation programme. Other necessities in the form of stationery, office furniture, etc. are also most welcome.

Make Your Change Make A Change

Every cent counts – Please feel free to take a collection tin – collect change in your home, business or even at your school. Every cent makes a difference and helps change lives. Please contact us now for a Collection Tin on 031 3094991 of email Please contact us now for a Collection Tin – call 031 3094991 of email

Leave A Bequest

LEAVE A BEQUEST When drawing up your will, please spare a thought to leaving a bequest in your Will to help the KwaZulu-Natal Blind and Deaf Society. These contributions will provide services for Blind, partially sighted, Deaf and hard of hearing people. Our wish is to help them lead healthy, productive lives in their community among the hearing and sighted. The Society requires a great deal of essential resources to teach sign language, offer computer skills training, braille literacy, daily living skills, orientation and mobility, as well as, provide and find appropriate employment for these people.. Without these skills acquired through the training we wish to provide, Blind and Deaf people remain helpless, isolated and unemployed . Please ask your lawyer about the tax benefits applicable to your bequest. The KZNBDS is a registered Section 18A organization and, as such, will issue its donors with an 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. For more information, please contact the Chairperson on 031 3094991 or email