Support the CoolPlay Way
If you appreciate the value of social & emotional intelligence and the right to play in safety – we need your support.
Volunteer, donate, or collaborate – become an advocate for the CoolPlay Way and change lives.
How you can get involved:
Children need to play to learn and thrive.
Support the #CoolPlayWay
R250.00 – for one session where 15 children enjoy the power of play
R2 000.00 – for a rugby/netball/hockey or soccer squad to enjoy team training twice a week for a month
R5 500.00 – for a squad to meet under the guidance of our Champions twice a week for a full school term
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Every time you swipe – make a positive difference through the power of play!
Adding CoolPlay to your beneficiary list is really easy and every time you swipe you’ll be contributing to the CoolPlay Way. Giving youth in disadvantaged communities the vital tools needed to face life’s challenges.
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Take on a personal challenge that is meaningful to you and activate your networks in support of CoolPlay.
We’re happy to partner you and help you along the way.
Partner CoolPlay for corporate social investment, socio-economic development donations and bring the CoolPlay Way into how you do business.
Why your company should get involved:
• Your company could earn BBBEE points
• Claim as many SED points as possible for BBBEE reasons
• Obtain a section 18A tax deductible receipt for your donation
• CoolPlay could publicise your contribution to the CoolPlay Way
• Use CoolPlay to bring your staff together for a shared purpose by visiting CoolPlay sessions and holding internal donation drives
• Develop a meaningful CSR/CSI partnership and invest in the potential of communities with clear outcomes
*An entity may obtain a maximum of 5 SED points for spending a maximum of 1% of its net after tax profit on SED contributions.
Gifts in Kind
Pass on your gently used sporting equipment or give of your time and services to help us. We depend on donations to maximise programme delivery and impact.
When Cassidy started in July 2017 she used to call children names, disturb Champion Grace’s sessions and be rude to her and the girls.
Cassidy stays in Ocean View in a very gang affected block of flats with her mother and step- father. The community is often disrupted by gang violence and sessions are often cancelled for safety reasons. Despite this, and thanks to the dedication of Grace, Cassidy has started working with other kids, attending every session and helping with setup and kit.
She was recently made Captain of her inspiring mixed race team at Kleinberg Primary, and she looks forward to continuing her CoolPlay experience at Ocean View high next year