Home - Goedgedacht Trust

COVID-19 support for our rural communities Our seven support strategies to address the crisis Goedgedacht Events & Accommodation Read more

364,056 MEALS SERVED FROM START OF FEEDING SCHEME PROJECT (14 APRIL 2020 to date)

Total meals served from 14 April to date (28 June): Riebeek Kasteel (51,344) Riebeek West (62,940) Chatsworth (50,572) Riverlands (48,300) Koringberg (26,224) Porterville (32,012)

Message from our Managing Director

Swartland Municipality COVID 19 Heroes: Jo-Anne Krieger (Director Development Services), Joggie Scholtz (Municipal Manager) and Hillary Balie (Manager Community Development officer)

Swartland Municipality COVID 19 Heroes: Jo-Anne Krieger (Director Development Services), Joggie Scholtz (Municipal Manager) and Hillary Balie (Manager Community Development officer)

I’VE MET SOME VERY SPECIAL PEOPLE

This horrendous virus has drawn people together in the most unexpected ways. I have been privileged to meet some extraordinary public officials who I would probably never have met, but for COVID 19.

COVID-19 SUPPORT

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we started worrying about the effect this would have on our rural communities. Goedgedacht Trust is determined to get out there and help as many families to survive as we can. We have come up with the following strategy:
Read more

GENERAL DONATIONS

Every donation we receive helps us to take rural South African Children on a Path Onto Prosperity. From education, to food and clothing, blankets and toys, and just providing them with a safe place, we ensure that these children are given the best chance to succeed.
Read more

SPONSOR A CHILD

Sponsoring a Child is all about helping African children to escape the many ‘poverty traps’ that they find in their lives. For just R125 a month you will be able to assist our rural children as they try to blossom and grow into educated and responsible citizens.
Read more

Our Campaigns

We need your help!

Make a contribution to the transformation of impoverished rural communities

The Trusts aim has been to develop a creative, effective, sustainable and replicable model for community development in rural areas, which offers children and youth safe spaces and opportunities to break out of the cycle of poverty that have trapped their families for generations.