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Our Vision
  • To partner with organisations, both locally and abroad to roll out projects that will uplift the South African society especially the youth and disadvantaged communities.

 

Our Mission
  • To use the power and influence of football to empower, teach and develop individuals that will contribute positively to their communities. This will be done through coaching, mentoring and life-skills training.

 

Our Values
  • Football is more than a sport, it is a tool that can uplift, educate and improve good health, teach life-skills, reduce crime and motivate people.

 

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About The AmaZulu Community Trust

 

The AmaZulu Community Trust was formed in 2009 to focus on the upliftment of communities in South Africa using the power of football. Football can be used as a vehicle to roll-out lifeskills programs, HIV/AIDS education and promotion of healthy lifestyle.

AmaZulu Football Club has a focus on football and the commercialization of the AmaZulu FC brand. The AmaZulu Community Trust is a completely separate entity with a different board of trustees and employees to look after its affairs.

The AmaZulu Community Trust is a registered Public Benefit Trust with the Master and SARS (South African Revenue Services). This thus gives donors good tax incentives. Please see projects page for projects currently underway. Since inception our projects have changed the lives of over 15 000 youths all over South Africa and the number is growing exponentially.

 

Trust Fund registration number – IT23472/07

The AmaZulu Community Trust is a legally registered South African Trust Fund under the authority of the Master of the High Court. We are administered in international reporting standards and accounting principles

 

Public Benefit Organisation registration number – 5567888935

The AmaZulu Community Trust is approved as a public benefit organisation by the South African Revenue Services and is exempt from paying tax. In addition, the Trust is authorised to issue Section 18(A) tax receipts for donations to the organisation which are tax deductible.

 

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