CAF Southern Africa is committed to strengthening the work of civil society in the region. It campaigns for increased giving and social investment for the sector. CAF promotes more developmental approaches to corporate social investment, encourages and administers employee community involvement programmes and works towards the establishment of a culture of indigenous philanthropy that benefits organisations of civil society.
This year it is launching a new campaign to encourage ordinary citizens to make financial contributions via CAF Southern Africa to organisations of their choice. As part of this campaign it is attempting to research the various income streams available to the sector. Hence its interest in financial and other resource spin-offs for the sector from the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup. Economic analysts estimate that the World Cup has pumped R93 billion into South Africa’s economy.
What has this meant for your organisation? And what has it meant collectively for the sector?
CAF Southern Africa and SANGONeT request you to take a few minutes to share some basic data on resource flows for your organisation that could be attributed to South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 World Cup.
To highlight your experiences, please complete a short survey.
The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, 31 August 2010.
All the data received will be shared through SANGONeT’s NGO Pulse service and other media.