Thank you for partnering with A Rocha’s community conservation projects by donating to A Rocha South Africa.

There are different ways to contribute:

Donate Online

Please consider a regular gift to A Rocha South Africa. You will help to:

Payfast is a convenient South African online donation platform. Please click on the logo and then fill in the amount (R100, R250, R500 or other) that you would like to donate to A Rocha.


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General donation

Please donate to A Rocha South Africa by way of an electronic transfer (EFT) to the following account:

A Rocha South Africa,
Nedbank, Branch: Hayfields, Branch code: 134025,
Account number 134 052 8916
Please e-mail proof of your deposit to [email protected]


Bequest – a gift that keeps on giving

It’s a common misconception that only wealthy people leave money in their will to an NGO when they pass away. The reality is that most charitable bequests are made by ordinary people who want to make a positive difference after they’re gone – by first taking care of their loved ones and then remembering their favorite charity.

So whoever you are, whatever your situation, it’s good to know that you can help God’s people care for God’s creation.

A gift to A Rocha South Africa can help to:

Please consider a bequest to A Rocha South Africa. Where viable, bequest funding will be invested towards the longer-term security of A Rocha South Africa. For your convenience download a form to add a codicil to your will. We recommend you consult an attorney to have your will drafted or updated.


Via A Rocha International

Donate online to A Rocha South Africa from anywhere else in the world by using your credit card or Paypal account.

If you have queries, we’ll be glad to help. Email us : [email protected]

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