Operation Refugee // Help us fulfill our mission with your donation.

You are helping to change lives.

Every Little Bit Helps

For 1000 USD (R13,519) one refugee can leave the refugee camp and do the DTS (a five month training program). This amount will cover their food, clothes, shoes, accommodation, travel expenses, their visas, as well as pay for the DTS program in full. It will also assist them after the DTS to get on their feet. We have the resources to educate and mobilize these people who have unquestionable potential to become great, however, they need sponsors!

Currently, we have already had three young men do the DTS through sponsorship and they are all on their way to serving in the ministry in Malawi, Congo and South Africa. These people are people with great potential and ambition - but they are stuck in what seems to be a human dustbin. Your donation can help mobilize these people to have a future, and to let Africa heal itself by sending these people back into Africa once they are able to assist in healing and growth.

How You Can Donate

You can either donate a once-off amount or make a pledge to make a monthly contribution towards Operation Refugee
South Africa Banking details:
  • Account name: Operation Refugee Africa NPC
  • FNB, cheque acc
  • Acc nr: 62626450720
  • Branch code: 240438
  • Refugee Name and Michelle
International:
  • Account name: Operation Refugee Africa NPC
  • SWIFT code: FIRNZAJJ
  • FIRSTRAND BANK LTD HEAD OFFICE INCL
  • Cheque acc
  • Acc nr: 62626450720
  • Branch code: 240438
  • Account holder's address: Du Plessis str 57 Ottosdal 2610. P.O. Box 755, Ottosdal
  • Refugee Name and Michelle

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    Donation Total: $1.00

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor?

For 1000 USD one refugee can leave the refugee camp and do the DTS (a five month training program). This amount will cover their food, clothes, shoes, accommodation, travel expenses, their visas, as well as pay for the DTS program in full. It will also assist them after the DTS to get on their feet.