Help a girl achieve greatness
Support broader access to world class education in South Africa and receive generous tax benefits.
The Epworth Foundation's "I Believe in Epworth Trust" is a registered NPO 031-368/ PBO 930004892 / Section 18A (1) (a) approved.
If you require a tax exemption (Section 18A) certificate for your donation, please email: email@example.com
Ways to donate
- Annually, Monthly or Once-Off Donation/s via EFT or Zapper on our website
- Corporate Giving
- Planned Giving
|Account Name:||I believe in Epworth Trust|
|Bank:||FNB Midlands Mall|
|Swift Code:||FIRNZAJJ (For donors living abroad)|
Please find links to our codicils:
Codicil Special Bequest sum of template PDF
Codicil Special Bequest percentage of template PDF
Another way to donate to EF is to name our organization as the beneficiary of an existing or new life insurance plan. This is a low-cost option, and your premium payments may be tax-deductible. EF must be named as the owner and beneficiary of the insurance policy for it to be tax-deductible.
For more information, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Bequest Sample Language
The following are suggested forms for bequests that may be used by a testator or lawyer when writing a bequest to The Epworth Foundation (EF).
A Specific Legacy
“I give and bequeath my collection of “state item here” to The Epworth Foundation Young Women of worth Programme, I BELIEVE IN EPWORTH TRUST P/BAG, X 08 SCOTTSVILLE, 3209, South Africa.
An Unrestricted Gift
“I give and bequeath to The Epworth Foundation Young Women of Worth Programme, I BELIEVE IN EPWORTH TRUST P/BAG, X 08 SCOTTSVILLE, 3209, South Africa, the sum of R (or % of my estate; or the property described herein) for its general purposes.”
A Restricted Gift
“I give and bequeath to The Epworth Foundation Young Women of Worth Programme, I BELIEVE IN EPWORTH TRUST P/BAG, X 08 SCOTTSVILLE, 3209, South Africa, the sum of R (or % of my estate) to be used for (specify purpose).
Important: EF urges you to consult with your legal advisors in the drafting of your will. The above information is to serve as a guideline only and not as a substitute for professional legal counsel. Your legal counsel can advise you on the most appropriate way to remember EF in your will.