• Eyethu Creche & Preschool
    Eyethu Creche & Preschool is an Initiate member school, catering for a 0-3 and 3-6 environment, the schools annual membership fee/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and the school forms part of the outreach projects.
    Millicent Nhlapo
    073 313 5767
    eyethucreche.preschool@gmail.com
  • Joyful Kids Educare Centre Dei Bambini
    Joyful Kids Educare Centre caters for a 3-6 environment, the schools annual membership fee/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and the school forms part of the outreach projects.
    Nontembeko Noraqa
    072 036 1710
    mpumezo.k@gmail.com
  • Tsibogang Christian Action Group
    Tsibogang Christian Action Group is a Progressive member school, catering for Toddler and 3-6 environment serving the poverty stricken community. This schools annual membership/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and the school forms part of the outreach projects.
    Christel Hermann
    018 386 1204 / 083 626 0769
    koinia@telkomsa.net
    www.tsibogang.org
  • Zama Montessori Centre
    Zama Montessori Centre is a Progressive member school, catering for ages ranging from 2 to 12 years, the schools annual membership fee/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and the school forms part of the outreach projects.
    Bukelwa Selema
    083 403 8203
    zamamont@webmail.co.za
    www.zamamontessori.co.za
  • Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori
    Ikhaya Labantwana is a Progressive member school, catering for a 3-6 environment, the schools annual membership fee/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and the school forms part of the outreach projects.
    Marlene Scholtz
    0733034381
    happydays@sustainablecoffeebay.org.za
    www.sustainablecoffeebay.org.za
  • Ncinci One's Montessori Hole In The Wall
    Ncinci One's’ Montessori is a Progressive member school. This schools annual membership/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and they form part of the outreach projects. Ncinci One's Montessori is the 2nd Montessori project I have started in the rural Transkei. We have expanded and now provide 30 young, rural Xhosa children with a solid Montessori foundation and 2 nutritious meals per day. Parent fees are only R80 per month and we are urgently looking for sponsors to support the new children. Please reach out and support a rural child to get the best start to their educational journey.
    Dawn Brochenin
    076 955 1008
    ncincionesmontessori@gmail.com
    www.wildcoast.co.za/ncinci-ones
  • Lynedoch Early Learning Centre
    Lynedoch Early Learning Centre is a Progressive member school, catering for a 0-3 and 3-6 environment, the school's annual membership fee/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and the school forms part of the outreach projects.
    Colleen Erasmus
    (021) 881 3196/ 072 892 4458
    colleen@sustainabilityinstitute.net
    www.sustainabilityinstitute.net
  • Zithulele ECD Centre
    Zithulele ECD Centre is an Initiate school member and caters for children between the ages of 3 and 6 years old. The schools annual membership fee/ child levy is fully/ partially sponsored by SAMA and the school forms part of the outreach projects.
    Erica Burger
    082 976 1123
    ericaburger@jabulanifoundation.org
    http://jabulanifoundation.org/
  • Khanyisa Preschool
    Khanyisa Preschool caters for children between the ages of 3 and 6 years old.
    Erica Burger
    082 976 1123
    ericaburger@jabulanifoundation.org
    www. jabulanifoundation.org
  • First Children (Auburn House Trust)
    The aim of our work is to increase awareness and understanding in adults to meet more effectively the needs of young children’s development, particularly in preschools and daycare centres in low-income or marginal communities, currently in Cape Town and the Coffee Bay area of the Eastern Cape. Despite the programme being full and varied, and reaching many groups of women who work with young children, relatively little infrastructure is required to implement it: its strength and success lie in relationships of trust, understanding and care on which the women can build confidence and practical skill. This has a lasting positive effect in their communities as more small schools are developed.
    Jennifer Moore, Sally Hall, Xoliswa Bala
    082 789 8852
    trust@auburnhouse.co.za
  • Masonwabe Day Care Centre and Preschool (Montessori Community Schools that the Auburn House Trust is involved with)
    School in Barcelona area of Gugulethu Suburb, Cape Town. Self supporting. Owner attends local Principals’ Forum. Accommodates about 20 to 25 children between the ages of 1 to 6 years old. One Montessori trained and qualified guide (MCSA) with an assistant.
    Thandiswa Mguga
    073 733 7349
    No email address available
  • Wozabona (means ‘Come and See’) Educare NPO 009-728 (Supported by The Willows School)
    Siyabuswa, rural Mpumalanga. Accommodates 350 children. School fees are set at a paltry R100.00 per month for full day care and meals. Many of the parents aren’t employed so school fees are difficult to collect. In spite of the financial difficulties, Sarah and William have managed to work a miracle and can justifiably be proud of the facility that they have provided for the local children of Siyabuswa. Sarah and William bought a partly completed house that they are altering for the orphaned children of Woza Bona. The dedication, energy and community-spirit of this special couple, both in their 60’s, is inspiring!
    Claire, Sarah (The Willows School)
    No Contact Number
    info@thewillows-school.co.za
  • Jo's School in Vrygrond (Supported by ELF)
    Shanaaz Hendricks
    +27 (0)21 801 8680
    info@joschool.org.za
  • Fundalishiyas - the NPO I operate under is IPEC
    Yvonne Nkonyane Nkomo
    No contact number available
    nkomo.yvonne@gmail.com
  • Orange Farm Day and Night Care Centre
    Orange Farm Day and Night Care Center is an ECD center registered with the department of Social Development as a place of care. The center was established in 1997 operating as a non-profit-organization, catering for children of ages ranging from 6 months to 6 years. Our aim and vision is to promote the Montessori teaching method in our community and we’re also in the process of starting out a Montessori elementary school, which has a number of benefits for our children.  The equipment we require has been difficult for us to acquire due to its expense as we currently have 69 children, being charged R250 per child per month. The money we get on a monthly basis gets used on salaries for the 8 educators we employ, food and electricity for the center to operate functionally. Your assistance in this regard would be highly appreciated and most helpful.
    Thandeka Mlaza
    083 479 8946
    tp.mlaza@gmail.com