Fundraise For MSF
Over 90 per cent of our funding comes from private individuals like you. Donors who donate directly to MSF Southern Africa, or who setup fundraising events to galvanise their communities to fundraise for MSF and the work that we do.
Extend your physical challenge, with a fundraising drive for MSF in your next race or event.
Planning a gift registry, school event, family day, or something special? Include MSF in your next celebration.
Other Ways To Donate
With your contribution, you are joining thousands of South Africans who want to help MSF Southern Africa to provide impartial and independent emergency medical care where it is needed the most.
Customise your financial contribution by accessing MSF Southern Africa’s banking details.
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.
Philanthropy and corporates
Whilst informal and formal philanthropy has been socially ingrained in Africa’s existence, there is an increasing opportunity to expand formal Philanthropy right here in South Africa – allowing for long-term and significant support throughout our projects on the African continent, and abroad. Our philanthropy team works closely with each partner in creating a customised giving opportunity aligned with their company’s corporate or philanthropic goals.
Why support MSF?
By donating to MSF, you form part of, and enable, a network of individuals worldwide that help care for people and communities affected by natural disasters, epidemics, conflicts, and exclusion form healthcare.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Southern Africa is a registered and accredited Public Benefit Organisation (PBO 930025677) and Non-Profit Organisation (NPO 060-840) in South Africa and any donation to MSF is specifically exempted from donations tax as provided for in Article 30 Section 18A of the Income Tax Act.
MSF is a global network of principled professionals who specialise in medical humanitarian work driven by our common humanity and guided by medical ethics.
More than 80% of donations received are directed towards our field medical programmes and social mission.