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ASAIPA CHARITY FOUNDATION

ASAIPA has established the ASAIPA Charity Foundation with the main objective being giving back to the community. The ASAIPA Charity Foundation is managed by the Executive Committee of ASAIPA, and all funds received by this foundation are audited by SM Squared (Pty) Limited. Your involvement will assist the ASAIPA Charity Foundation to make a greater impact for our communities in need.  Kindly contact the ASAIPA Head office if you wish to become part of the ASAIPA Charity Foundation.

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The ASAIPA Charity Foundation strives to uplift the well-being of the most vulnerable and marginalised communities throughout South Africa. Your contribution to this Foundation will go a long way in helping us to give back for the greater good.  

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Become a volunteer to assist with the ASAIPA Charity Foundation annual projects. Please contact the ASAIPA Head Office for more information on each of these projects with dates and details. Every extra hand will make a difference!

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE

The ASAIPA Charity Foundation strives to raise and facilitate the distribution of funds to ultimately benefit South Africa’s most vulnerable and marginalised. Your participation, therefore, will be a valuable contribution the Foundation’s vision of changing a life and making a difference to someone in need!

Latest Project

ASAIPA CHARITY GOLF DAY 2022

The ASAIPA Charity Golf Day event was hosted by the Foundation on 17June 2022 at the Pretoria Country Club. Funds were raised for the Sebokeng Hospital Ophthalmology Unit to assist visually-impaired individuals in need.  

During this event an awareness of the importance of the beneficiary’s Gift of Sight Initiative was created. The ASAIPA Charity Foundation, therefore, extends its appreciation to all sponsors and players who contributed to the success of the project. 

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