Empowering our Women and Children…!

Socio-economic Development

The B4 Empowerment Trust was established in 2008, primarily to provide an independent and expertly administered, managed and monitored vehicle to organisations for channelling their BEE Socio-Economic Development (“SED”) to BEE-qualifying beneficiaries.

 

B4 Empowerment Trust is certified by a SANAS-accredited verification agency as a Qualifying SED Beneficiary in terms of the promulgated B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice. This non-profit trust was founded in 2008, registered as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) in accordance with section 30 of the Income Tax and structure in accordance with the BEE codes of good practice.

 

All Qualifying SED contributions are tax deductible.

Millions have been distributed to beneficiaries since and it currently distributes more funds to its beneficiaries than donations received, mainly as a result of trustees waiving any remuneration, trust keeping its costs at an absolute minimum and through interest and dividends received.

 

Beneficiaries: SATCH, Womentality, Mohau Centre, Thuthuzela Aid Community Centre and The Anti-Child trafficking Fund

B4ET Beneficiaries:

Mohau Centre

SATCH

Womentality

B4ETAnti Sex Trafficking Fund

Thuthuzela Aid Community Centre

Mohau Centre

Womentality

Thuthuzela Aid Community Centre

SATCH

B4ETAnti Sex Trafficking Fund