How to Get involved

There are several ways in which you can support our work and help us do more

Donate to the National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) through our Payfast account. Payments can be made by card or Instant-EFT.

Corporate Sponsorships

There are several benefits for corporate sponsorship, including Section 18A Certificate benefits, B-BBEE Benefits and statutory compliance.

Team Up

Challenge your colleagues, sports team or social group to participate in a sporting or other event for our cause via GivenGain.

Register on GivenGain and fundraise for us online. Yes, by registering as a fundraiser, you will be able to create your own fundraising page explaining the creative ways in which you aim to raise funds for us. This may be by achieving something, organizing something or simply encouraging friends and family to help you support us. This payment method is perfect for overseas supporters.

You can also choose which of our projects to support and track your progress, connect with givers to your event.


Select the National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) as a beneficiary on your MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card and donate every time you swipe. Simply download our application form below and email:

Once you receive your card, you can start swiping whenever you shop at participating stores. You will even receive monthly statements showing how much you’ve raised!

Leave a legacy

Our loved ones are the first people we think of when drawing up a Will, which is a lasting expression of love for our family and friends. It is also a way of continuing our support for charitable organizations that we would like to see able to carry on the important work of a cause we believe in. Your gift of a legacy will allow us to continue helping persons with disabilities toward becoming independent and taking their place as active members of society, without discrimination.

Bequests can take several forms:

  • Specific bequest – Gives us a specific piece of property: “I give 500 shares of stock.”
  • Residual bequest – Designates all or a portion of whatever remains after all debts, taxes, and expenses have been paid: “I give 50 percent of the next residue and remainder of my estate.”
  • Contingent bequest – Takes effect only under certain conditions: “In the event that my spouse does not survive me, I give to the National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities the sum of…”

Please note: we cannot provide legal or financial advice and urge you to consult with your legal advisor if you are considering leaving us a bequest.