Donate Now

Please select how you would like to donate:

Select your donation amount:

R1000     R5000     R10 000     R50 000     R100 000     Other amount

Donate another amount:


Enter your amount and click proceed

Acc name: Mitchell's Plain Bursary Role model Trust
Bank: RMB Private Bank
Type: Cheque account
Account no.: 62615881423

Our bank details:

The Mitchells Plain Bursary and role model trust is a South African registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) in terms of both section 30 and 18A of the Income Tax Act. A PBO which is recognised under section 18A is entitled to issue receipts to South African donors under section 18A(2). Armed with those receipts, the donors can treat their donations to the PBO as tax-deductible expenses (thereby effectively only paying sixty (60) percent of the face value of the donation).

PayFast handles secure online payments on behalf of The Mitchells Plain Bursary and Role Model Trust. By transacting with PayFast, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to the terms of our End User Agreement.

Mobilising access to further education and opportunity for Mitchells Plain youth, who will build hope and blaze a trail for others to follow.

Recipient Spotlight

News and Events


Tafelsig teacher meets president

Courtney Edwards, from Tafelsig, met President Cyril Ramaphosa after the State of the Nation Address debate during a sitting of the two houses of Parliament on Thursday, February 14. Read the full article.    

Manuel urges youth to uplift community

AT A recent gathering of students who benefited from an education trust which he founded, former finance minister Trevor Manuel was intro- duced as “the world’s longest-serving finance minister”. Read the full article.    

‘Jump at your chances…’

Former finance minister Trevor Manuel has urged university students to “grab opportunities with both hands” as they navigate the world outside of school. Read the full article.    


Tips from the Trust

Maths literacy is not accepted at tertiary level for any B.Sc. degree, or for studying medicine, finance, architecture or engineering. We strongly urge learners from Grade 9 onwards to take pure Mathematics and NOT Maths Literacy.

More Tips