Contact Information

  • Lot 126, Esser Street Manzini, eSwatini
  • (+268) 2505 2899 / 2505 7514
  • Office Hrs: Today 9.00am to 6.00pm

Get Involved

What Can You Do?

Donors, corporate sponsors and volunteers are vital to the success of our organization and reaching our goal of ending gender-based violence. There are a number of ways that people can get involved in our work. We are always looking to create new partnerships with local and international organizations and individuals!

Corporate Sponsors

We are always looking to partner with corporations on projects and community events, both long- and short-term. Corporations that want to enhance their Corporate Social Responsibility can connect directly with our Communications Department to identify what projects they would like to support. We also facilitate Sensitization Workshops that educate both employers and employees on the impacts of gender-based violence in their communities, which are available upon request.
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Volunteers play a critical role in our success. There are a number of ways people can get involved, both in our office and in communities across the country. Volunteers can work as club mentors, help out at events, act as community-based program officers or give us a hand in the office. As a volunteer, you will learn about some of the most serious issues affecting Eswatini and gain vital experience in the non-profit field.

Individual Donors

As a non-profit organization, we rely entirely on the generous contributions of our partners, corporate sponsors and individual donors. Though we currently cannot accept donations online, we are always grateful to receive cash or cheque donations in our office. If you would like make a one-time or monthly donation, please connect with our office directly.

Our Banking Details

Bank Name – Standard Bank
Bank address – P.O Box1, Manzini, Swaziland

Account title – CURRENT ACCOUNT
Account number – 9110003898183

Branch code – 660564
Swift code – SBICSZMX