Phone: Gauteng: 087 980 5750 / Western Cape: (021) 816 1111
Address: Mergon Offices, 3rd Floor Mill Square Building,
C/o Plein & Andringa Street, Stellenbosch 7600
Here you can find out everything about Nation Builder, membership and more.
If you’re still unsure and want to talk to somebody on our team directly, don’t hesitate to send us a message and we’ll promptly get back to you with the information you need.
Nation Builder does not receive donations – we are a platform where we gather across sectors to learn from each other and co-create resources. These resources are freely available to download if you need information on how to improve or maximize the impact of your social investments.
However, there are many other opportunities for partnerships in terms of sponsorships, hosting of events, peer-learning, knowledge-sharing, and joint initiatives. Please contact the Nation Builder office to discuss possible partnerships and collaboration.
The best way to partner is to join the community. Contact us to be a part of the collaborative peer-learning gatherings that we host every second month. We have gathering for three different peer-learning communities, namely corporates, privately owned businesses and NPOs in Gauteng, KZN, and Western Cape. Alternately access all of the leading resources developed by Nation Builders on the NBhood community. Or lastly sign-up for our newsletter and 6 mailers and keep abreast of what’s happening at Nation Builder.
Unfortunately, Nation Builder is not a funding body and is therefore unable to assist with funding requests. We are a not-for-profit ourselves, and work to equip and facilitate knowledge-sharing and peer-learning between business and NPOs and our main aim is to educate and inspire business people to use their resources to better support the social development sector.
No – your social impact is not dependent on the size of your budget or your social development spend. We would suggest you start with a chapter in the “Good Partner Guide For Individuals” called “Best Practice Tips for Good Giving”(link these). This will give you a good idea of how to be more strategic and ensure what you have to give has the greatest possible impact.
Finally, bear in mind that social impact is not just dependent on money – businesses and NPOs have the knowledge, expertise, networks, services, products, people and other non-tangible resources that can also make a valuable contribution to communities, organizations, and nation building.
The Coronavirus pandemic continues to have a severe impact on the poor, the homeless and the vulnerable within our communities.
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