Montjane Sports Development Foundation
Kgothatso Montjane is an inspiration.
She is a young woman who found the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.
The Foundation was started by Kgothatso Montjane in 2018, with a view to make a meaningful difference in the lives of scholars from previously disadvantaged backgrounds with disabilities through education and the sport.
Areas of focus
Providing motivation and hope to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with disabilities.
Providing financial support through scholarships for talented scholars to access the best quality schools in South Africa (primary, secondary and tertiary school).
Facilitating tennis clinics for talented young disabled tennis players in the townships.
Refurbishment and upgrading of tennis facilities in the townships.
In order to achieve the above, we partner with various organizations and institutions
The Foundation is a registered PBO (Public benefit Organisation) and a non-profit organisation in terms of South African legislation and we are fully compliant with all requirements for non-profit organizations. We currently provide annual financial statements prepared by a registered accounting firm, in terms of South African legislation.
The Foundation currently has 5 trustees, who manage and oversee all activities of the Foundation. Trustee meetings are held on a quarterly basis, with strategy sessions held at different times in the year.
Kgothatso Montjane (Founder)
Aubrey Malo (Chairman)
The Foundation seeks to continue on its mission of making a a meaningful difference by rewriting the South African narrative through the provision of access to quality education through scholarships. In addition, we will continue to play our part in the development of tennis in South Africa, and ensure equal access to playing opportunity for scholars from previously disadvantaged backgrounds with disabilities.
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Montjane Sports Development Foundation NGO
Account Number: 5888476401
Branch code: 462005