Founded in 2009, The Love Trust is a South African not-for-profit organisation committed to deliver excellent quality Christian education and social care to vulnerable children. The Love Trust supports nine national centres for pre-school teachers in rural and peri-urban communities.
The Ridge School through its Partnership of Hope programme seeks to develop and improve the head, hands and heart application of skills for aspirant young ECD teachers. The offering of accredited NQF Qualifications forms the first phase of the project. It is envisaged that there might well be a second phase of the project that will include the offering of further formal Teacher Education Programmes.
Cotlands is a non-profit that creates access to play-based early learning opportunities for young children. As an organisation, Cotlands works towards making South Africa a more equal society by creating access to play-based early learning opportunities for young children. Children are provided access to toy library and playgroup programmes aimed at improving school readiness.
The Ransom Foundation is an accredited non-profit, Public Benefit Organisation and assists communities through various programmes aimed at improving basic living conditions and building sustainable intervention. One such programme is the training of unqualified ECD teachers, renovating and upgrading classroom and the provision of teaching and learning resources.
Joint Aid Management (JAM) is a Christian international humanitarian relief and development organisation currently operating in Angola, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Uganda and Sierra Leone. For more than three decades, the organisation has affected sustainable change though providing programmes to children who need support and communities that need help. One of the organisation's initiatives is providing ECD qualifications to unskilled teachers in local communities.