Donations

Donations 2018-06-15T12:28:17+00:00
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Donate directly into KAPS bank account

* PLEASE ENTER YOUR PAYFAST DONATION AMOUNT HERE (Maximum R5,000) [R5,000 = ± $400 or £300]

* TO DONATE MORE THAN R5,000 PLEASE MAKE SEPARATE INSTALMENTS

* OVERSEAS DONORS PLEASE CREATE A PAYFAST ACCOUNT TO ENSURE TRANSACTION IS SUCCESSFUL

Every cent goes to the animals

KAPS is deeply grateful for all donations, the most acceptable being money.  Because we are in an inaccessible rural location, and the SA postal service is sadly unreliable, it is unwise to send other types of gift.  Money and cheques sent in envelopes are also vulnerable unless sent by registered post.

The animals need our help

A monthly stop order (standing order) is the most generous way of helping us, as it enables us to budget ahead.

We would like to acknowledge and thank you, so please advise us of your electronic transfer by writing to KAPS at info@kaps.org.za or P O Box 134, Barrydale 6750, South Africa, or complete the email form on our Contact page.
If you would like to become a member of KAPS, please visit Contact.

KAPS will use every cent of your donation to help the animals – nothing is wasted on offices or salaries.  And donors living overseas please remember that because of the weakness of the South African rand, an amount that seems small to you translates into a huge amount for us.  Another kind thought is to remember KAPS in your will.

Why choose KAPS rather than another deserving charity?

We can offer you two very good reasons.

First, if you love animals, ours are among the most desperate in the world.  For most of them, KAPS is their only protection against starvation, sickness, ill-use, and the effects of uncontrolled mating.

Second, we are desperately in need of money because we are invisible to the only people in South Africa that give to charity – those who are based in the urban centres.  Public awareness is not a problem for urban-based charities, who are surrounded by potential sources of sponsorship.  By contrast, in the poor rural areas we cannot tap into our local population for funding. And we are never seen by anyone else.