Office: +27 23 342 7000

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How can YOU beome part of the FAS prevention campaign?

In order to implement the FAS-prevention campaign, FASfacts needs financial support. Any donation will make a difference and your support is immensely appreciated no matter the monetary value.

“Much is required from those to whom much is given.”

Luke 12:48

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FASfacts Angels

FASfacts recognises the importance of support from all spectrums of society, irrespective of the monetary value, or by simply acting as an ambassador – this ensures that we receive much needed support to continue our programmes. Contact us to get involved and become a FASfacts ANGEL.

We hereby give recognition through our ANGELS programme to some of our recent pledges and ambassadors:

  • UCT student Julia Ruttell
  • Robertson Liquor Store
  • Pick & Pay, Corner High & Porter Street, Worcester

Will Bequests

Become a FASfacts ANGEL and leave YOUR legacy by nominating FASfacts as a beneficiary in your will. We recognise all ANGELS as instrumental to continue with our projects.

Banking details

Bank: ABSA  Branch: Worcester (632-005) 
Account Type: Cheque
Account number: 40-5648-4460

Organisation details

  • Association incorporated in terms of Section 21: Reg No 2002/022618/08
  • Fundraising number: 023-563-npo
  • Section 18A Company: Reg No 930 000 815
  • Jacobs & Partners : Chartered Accountants of Worcester serve as auditor.
  • Hannes Esterhuyse Commercial & Financial Accountants of Worcester serves as accountant.

Detailed reports giving a breakdown of income and expenditure are tabled with donors as frequently as agreed, as well as an audited annual financial report.

FASfacts is registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (930 000 815) – contact us to obtain the Section 18A Tax Certificate in recognition of the monetary value of your donation or bequest.

Our Donors for 2014/2015

  • "A new baby is like the beginning of all things - wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities.” ―Eda J. Le Shan

  • “Drinking during pregnancy is linked with disaster – personal disaster for the ‘bright-eyed ones,’ disaster for their families and their hope for their young, and disaster for . . . society as we struggle to pay the huge price of this destruction.” - Prof. Ann Streissguth, Ph.D.

  • "If you're pregnant, don't drink. If you drink, don't get pregnant" - Eva Carner

  • "Every day is FASD Awareness day" - Teresa Kellerman (