Different Ways to Help MSF
With your contribution, you are joining thousands of South Africans who want to help MSF Southern Africa to provide impartial and independent life-saving medical care where it is needed the most. Thank You!
Remembering MSF through a gift in your will is a unique commitment to supporting people affected by epidemics, armed conflict, and exclusion from healthcare.
You may have seen us fundraising in your local mall, or a recent event. Meet our Southern African fundraising team.
Donating via SMS is a convenient way to manage your contribution to MSF. Access all the information you need about SMS donations.
The support from dedicated donors menas that MSF is ready to offer care and support to patients in situations where healthcare isn't available. The passion and commitment from our donors enables our fieldworkers to provide essential, life-saving healthcare to people in crisis in over 70 countries around the world.
Karabo Mashego decided he was not going to passively sit back and not work. Instead, he stood up for those who were suffering when he was called to do so.
Andre Olivier signed up with the MSF’s Face 2 Face team in Cape Town, so that he could support the fight against Ebola.
Vusi and Rasayi Mdlankomo ran the Two Oceans Marathon in support of MSF in April 2017 and the Soweto Marathon in November 2017.
Priscilla Blake signed up with the Face 2 Face team in Cape Town. It wasn’t a #ToughDecision for her.
Tyrone Arnold’s contribution allows us to buy much-needed medication, such as the 1.8 million antimalarials distributed in Freetown, Sierra Leone – the largest ever distribution in an Ebola outbreak.
Ntombovuyo Sibutha, Bonga Mkuzangwe and Ziyanda Mkuzangwe all decided to donate to MSF. Their contributions help to pay for medication that others desperately need but cannot afford - something the three close friends thought was more valuable than anythi