Please don’t make me get a job!

Donation Goal For This Project is $10,000
15% Donated/$8,440 To Go
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Please share on Facebook!

11 months ago, I posted about a beggar named Joseph who was pleading for a job. The post went viral and Joseph’s second chance was created. This inspired me to follow my passion and create #SecondChances, which has allowed me – and you – to improve hundreds of lives!

Unfortunately, as much as I have tried, I have not been able to secure sponsors to fund the organisation. I have personally cashed out every policy I had just to keep it going. I have now been told to give up this organisation – my dream, my passion, my life’s purpose – and get a job!

I have so many more projects to launch, so many more people to help, so many more jobs to create. I refuse to give up. I refuse to quit!

Today, Tuesday, 31 May, from 7.30am, I will be standing at the intersection of Grayston Drive & Rivonia Road in Sandton, holding this sign, begging the public to help me find sponsors and donations. I invite you – and literally beg you – to give me the exposure I need to achieve this through your social media platform.

So – please share my picture and this post on Facebook and Twitter! The media helped create #SecondChances – and now it can help keep it going.


How do I set up a recurring donation?

When you click ‘Donate Now’, you will be able to choose an amount and enter your details. You will then be taken to PayPal, where you can pay through your existing PayPal account or by securely processing your credit card. You do not need a PayPal account! You can choose how long you would like the payment to recur, or select a once-off payment.

How does it work?

PayPal will then bill you either once-off or monthly, depending on what you select. You can cancel recurring payments at any time. Only PayPal will have your banking details, so it is very safe!

Where does my donation go?

The once-off and recurring donations help to fund #SecondChances. The money goes towards the causes or projects we are working on, and also helps with running costs including our employees, events, petrol and transport. You can check the blog at any time to keep up to date with what we are doing.
Why dollars? To collect donations, we use PayPal, which functions in dollars. We have converted the most common dollar denominations for you below, based on an exchange rate of R14 for $1. Please note: this is an estimation. PayPal will provide you with the actual conversion rate.
Dollars Rands
$10 R140
$20 R280
$50 R700

Bank transfer information

Should you wish to do a direct transfer instead, please use the bank details below.

Bank: First National Bank

Account: 625 7298 5392

Branch: 250 655

For international transfers, please contact us.