Funders

The following currently support the work of the arepp:Theatre for Life Trust. Without their generous support, none of our work in South African schools would be possible.

During the life of the organisation funding contracts have been concluded with (in no particular order):

  • the South African Department of Health HIV/AIDS directorate
  • The National Lotteries Distribution Trust Fund (NLDTF)
  • The Interchurch Development Agency of the Netherlands (ICCO)
  • Stop AIDS Now! (SAN!)
  • ArtVenture
  • The Conference Workshop and Cultural Initiate Fund (CWCI)
  • the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • the European Union (EU)
  • Christian Aid
  • Oxfam Canada
  • the Royal Netherlands Embassy
  • The Japanese Embassy
  • Comic Relief: United Kingdom
  • Interfund
  • the Norwegian Students Association (SAIH)
  • the STARS Foundation
  • the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
  • The Anglo American Chairman’s Fund
  • The Western and Eastern Cape Education Departments
  • The De Beers Foundation
  • The Gauteng and Western Cape Departments of Cultural Affairs and Sport
  • The Liberty Life Foundation
  • The National Arts Council of South Africa (NAC)

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Become a once off, monthly or annual supporter. Donate today via direct bank transfer, contact us for details. All South African donations are tax deductable as we are Section 18a, Non Profit Organisation.

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'No Monkey Business: Us & Them' in rehearsal. The show open in Cape Town primary and pre schools on 03 May! 🐒
We're back in full swing with rehearsals for our new puppet show, No Monkey Business: Us & Them, which deals with discrimination and bullying! Read more about this exciting Mac...
Thank you to Athina May from the Southern Suburbs Tatler for her article on us and our show 'Look Before You Leap: Being Right'! http://www.iol.co.za/southern-suburbs-tatler/news/theatre-for-life-on-human-rights-8204758
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What They Say

Learners will be able to understand that everybody is equal. After watching this play learners will be able to... read more

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