Financial Donations

We can receive Wire/ACH transfers to the banks listed below. All proceeds go directly to the camp facilitators.

PRIMARY ACCOUNT

NEDBANK | Account name: Bongani Zitha | T/A: Pride in Africa | Account#: 1203378572 | Swift Code: NEDSZAJJ | Branch Code: 19330500

BACKUP ACCOUNT

First National Bank | Account Name: B E Radebe | T/A Pride ma Africa | Account #: 62851619175 | Swift code: FIRNZAJJ | Branch Code: 250655

US ALTERNATIVE

Wells Fargo | Account Name: Tony Wideen | Account #: 6183820858 | Routing numbers: Wire transfers - domestic 121000248 | Direct Deposits Electronic Payments: 321270742 | Swift code: International US dollars WFBIUS6S | Address: 420 Montgomery St. San Francisco, CA, 94104 |

CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS

For checks or money orders, please make out to: Pride Carpets and mail to: 4889 Denaro Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89135

Food/Clothing Donations

Clothing for all ages and all sizes are welcomed. Non-Perishable foods can be shipped to the addresses below.

Name: Cyril Bongani Zitha
Address: 7811 Segotsane street
Zone 2 Diepkloof
Province: Gauteng
Postal code: 1862
Township: Soweto
City: Johannesburg
Country:    South Africa

Name: Banele Radebe
Address:  530A INQU Street Zone 6
Province: Gauteng
Postal Code: 1852
Suburb: Meadowlands
City: Johannesburg
Country:    South Africa

Supplies Donations

Ship supplies or purchase supplies through our online shopping stores. Visit Urgent Needs Page

Name: Cyril Bongani Zitha
Address: 7811 Segotsane street
Zone 2 Diepkloof
Province: Gauteng
Postal code: 1862
Township: Soweto
City: Johannesburg
Country:    South Africa

Name: Banele Radebe
Address:  530A INQU Street Zone 6
Province: Gauteng
Postal Code: 1852
Suburb: Meadowlands
City: Johannesburg
Country:    South Africa

Facts About Our Settlement

The name of this informal settlement is called NOMZAMO PARK it was named after the second wife to the late Mr. NELSON MANDELA (NOMZAMO WINNIE MADIKIZELA -MANDELA ) 5000 People from all the 9 provinces of S.Africa & neighbouring countries live there . Unemployment is up to 39% ,  selling fruits , vegetables & recycling is a source of income with domestic workers , street shopkeepers also live here , corrugated iron houses which are very small maybe 3M per side with 3,4 even 5 people living in a one room shelter . we have Approximately 2000 houses or what we call houses ”shacks” in the settlement , Only about 60 outdoor small toilets ( long drops & chemical sanitations ) about 6 communal water taps . life is hard but people stay because they believe Johannesburg is the business hub of S.Africa .