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Funding Application Forms

Applications to apply for funding can be downloaded here: TCAT Funding Application Form 2024 TCAT Funding Budget Form          

New pillars for 2024

The Thabo Trust will have new focus areas for 2024, and have made some changes to the pillars for projects in 2024. They are: Community Welfare Skills Development and Education Infrastructure Development Enterprise Development Sports, Arts & Culture All proposal received will be subjected to a screening process, and any that does not fall within…

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ECD Training

During 2020 and 2021, 18 individuals from Botshabelo and Thaba Nchu were selected to complete an ECD Diploma course presented by Marematlou Training Institute. The 17 ladies and 1 gentlemen completed the course mid 2021 despite the many challenges that was caused by the Covid 19 pandemic. The graduation ceremony was held in December and…

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Education Intervention

With all the challenges that came with the Covid 19 pandemic, learners at school were some of the hardest hit when it came to quality education. Classes were cancelled and learners were at home for months at a time without any formal education taking place. Schools in the rural areas do not have the online…

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Covid Food Hampers

TCAT launched a Covid-19 hunger relief program at the end of July 2020 when the need for food and hunger relief was identified. This project continued for a period of 7 months till the end of January 2021. With the assistance of local organisations operating in the remote villages of Thaba Nchu, families were identified…

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Water is life

The Ikemisetseng Farming Co-operative in Tweefontein Village to the south of Thaba Nchu received irrigation equipment and fencing materials from the trust. This co-op has been farming in the area for many years and have grown their small operations to such an extent that expansion was necessary. An area of 53 Hectares were fenced and…

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Keeping girls in school

Everybody understands the importance of keeping learners in school, and the sad reality is that many girls loose out on valuable time, because they do not attend school due to lack of sanitary products. During two separate women’s month initiatives, the TCAT distributed care packages to nearly 600 girl learners in the Botshabelo and Thaba…

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Moola for Waste brings hope

  Credit to Bloemfontein Courant 9 June 2016 Waste can now bring home some money to put bread on the table. This is thanks to a dynamic community project, the Moola for Waste Community Recycling Centre. The Thabo Community Action Trust has injected about R600 000 into the centre and sees many families in the…

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Happy feet

School shoes to the value of R50 000 were donated and distributed to primary school learners in and around Botshabelo and Thaba Nchu. With winter approaching fast, these shoes came at the right time to these children as many of them do not have any shoes to wear to school. A local NPO named Botsh-town…

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Christmas Food Hampers

Each year during the festive season, the Thabo Community Action Trust (TCAT) launches a food parcel project to distribute hampers to individuals from the Thaba N’chu and Botshabelo areas. This year we partnered with Shoprite/Checkers to increase the number of hampers and bring relief to even more households. “In 2014 we were able to distribute…

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