Kindness begins with me

Loving Thy Neighbour is a charity (NPC) helping other charities with: a visibility platform and sponsored social media and financial training. We offer charities specialised support with donations, collections, payments and e-commerce software solutions. At the same time, funders (givers) can support their favourite cause by browsing through easily selectable categories and selecting a donation beneficiary.



Lewe na die dood.

Komende Dinsdag gesels Braam Klopper, bekende... Read More

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Team #BrightSparks at the MTN 702 Walk the Talk

Well done to Team #BrightSparks for... Read More

Fun Facts about The 67 Project!

Some fun facts about The 67 Project at Loving Thy... Read More

- Nooit alleen nie

Beginsels vir ʼn gelukkige lewe - Nooit alleen... Read More

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Beginet @ Blessing Orphanage Centre

On 22 July 2019, Beginet visited the Blessing... Read More

Welcome, Tedderfield Community!

Welcome to Tedderfield Community.  The... Read More

Welcome, Tedderfield Community!

Welcome to Tedderfield Community.  The... Read More

- Elke tree

Beginsels vir ʼn gelukkige lewe - 39 - Elke... Read More

Welcome, Louis Botha Kinderhuis!

Welcome to our new Receiver Organisation, Louis... Read More

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Mandela Day Celebrations

Thanks to Ster Kinekor staff for hosting a... Read More

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Mandela Day Celebrations

A big thank you to Little Folks Nursery School... Read More

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Mandela Day Celebrations

Fun-filled moments at the Johannesburg Zoo... Read More

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Mandela Day Celebrations

An exciting outing for children at the... Read More

TRAP VIR HOOP

Trap vir Hoop 16 Fietsryers ry van Pretoria na... Read More

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Our trip to our Beja Project

Have a look at a video we make of our trip to the... Read More

The 67 Project Beneficiaries

We are ecstatic about The 67 Project that is... Read More

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Celebrate Mandela Day with Cotlands

Cotlands goal is to set up 500 toy libraries by... Read More

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Delegates at The 15th ITL Conference 2019

Our guests were treated to a uniquely South... Read More