Tax Exemptions

The EWT is registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO), reference 930 001 777, which means that bona fide donations made to the EWT by taxpayers, whether companies or individuals, up to a limit of 10% of the taxpayers’ taxable income will entitle the taxpayer to a deduction from their taxable income.

By donating now to the EWT, you will not only support one of South Africa’s leading environmental and conservation organisations, which is working to safeguard the environment for future generations; but you will also be entitled to receive a Section 18A receipt from the EWT which will allow you to claim any applicable tax relief.

Any funds you donate now will enable the EWT to do so much more to save our threatened species and ecosystems for the benefit of all. So should you still have unallocated funds left in your budget and would like to take advantage of this potential tax benefit, please consider making a financial donation before the 28th February 2014.

The EWT is fully compliant with the requirements of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act - attached is our SED Certificate from EVS, a member of the Empowerdex Group; remember you can also claim Rand for Rand credit in respect of monies you donate to the EWT against the SED section on your B-BBEE score card.

Banking details:
Account Name: ENDANGERED WILDLIFE TRUST
First National Bank-Account number: 50371564219
Branch: Rosebank
Branch Code: 253-305