Tell My Story competition winners

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Well done to the elders and school children who entered our annual Tell My Story Competition. The competition aims to bridge the generation gap between elders and children, by encouraging them to communicate with one another. Elders were invited to share stories of their lives growing up in a bygone era, while the kids drew pictures and wrote stories around the theme of what makes a city age friendly. All the winners Elders: Esther Davids, Gloria Saunders and Barbara Stone. Youth: Ayaisha Hendricks, Tyrelle Moodley, Winete Fouche and Vihann Van […]
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Golf day fundraiser

Diary Dates

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Human Rights Day – Saturday 21 March 2020. Everyone has the right to life, equality, freedom, security, education, housing and dignity. Yet many elders lose their dignity as they age and can no longer manage their own personal care. Get behind Tafta’s commitment to preserving this crucial right, by supporting our Home Based Care service. Mother’s Day – Sunday 10 May, 2020. Don’t forget your mother’s mother! Grannies are also mothers and deserve extra spoils today! If your granny is no longer with you, why not consider dropping off a […]
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Save tax

How a donation to charity helps you save tax and earn BEE points

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Public Benefit Organisations (PBOs) like Tafta are entitled to issue donors with section 18A certificates for donations received – allowing the donor to claim a rebate from SARS on his or her annual income tax return. This applies to both individuals and companies that are South African tax payers. Up to 10% of taxable income may be claimed. So if your taxable income for the year is R100 000, you could donate R10 000 to your favourite charity (provided it is an approved SARS Section 18A PBO) and claim the […]
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