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Fundraising & Events

Fundraising & Events

Support Heartbeat through fundraising efforts! Whether you are fundraising with a student or corporate organization, Heartbeat is happy to help you develop your idea to support Heartbeat’s children. Here are a few examples below to get your started.

 

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Heartbeat is a proud beneficiary of the MySchool campaign. With more than 1000 business partners across South Africa, the MySchool campaign enables individuals to support schools and non-profit organisations of their choice – whilst doing their day-to-day shopping. By choosing Heartbeat as your MySchool beneficiary, you are enabling the organization to extend our reach to thousands more orphans and vulnerable children who need our support. The MySchool campaign is a quick, easy and cost-effective way to support Heartbeat every day!
Please download the Letter of Appeal (.zip format).
Sign up as a Heartbeat/MySchool supporter in one of two ways:
1. Download electronic application form, complete and fax back to MySchool. Your unique Heartbeat/MySchool card would then be posted to you.
Please download the MySchool application form here (zip format).
2. Go to www.myschool.co.za and apply online for your card. Under the section “First School to Support”, just fill in “Heartbeat” and all your details. Your unique Heartbeat/MySchool card would then be posted to you.
Children’s Christmas Parties
Heartbeat aims to bring a bit of Christmas Joy to all the children in our programmes every year, as we host Children’s Christmas Parties in all the communities where we work. Corporations, churches, volunteers, and friends come together in the true spirit of Christmas, in donating toys, gifts, food, drink, entertainment and other treats for these parties. Our aim is to bring the message of Christmas to the children, but also to have lots of fun. The children themselves are also involved in the organisation of their own parties – they assist with decorating the venue, maybe putting meat on the “braai” and often perform songs, dances and poetry readings – as part of the entertainment.
The parties usually take place during the last week of November / first week of December each year. We need your support and assistance to make this a reality.