Help us join MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet

Woza Moya has applied to join MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet which is one of South Africa's biggest fundraising

programmes and allows you to make a difference, just by shopping. Every time you swipe your card at any of

their 12 national or numerous local partners they'll make a donation, on your behalf.

The donation could be to WOZA MOYA at absolutely no cost to you!

Help WOZA MOYA become a listed beneficiary by filling in the MySchool application form and return to us by

fax 087 943 4465 or email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Please do not fax or email to any of the contact details on the form - it must come to Woza Moya only.

If you already have a MYSchool card, and would like to support Woza Moya in this way, you can still complete the form and ADD Woza Moya as a beneficiary.

Every swipe counts!

MySchool partners

03 May 2014, 16.44 Food Security
OXFAM Trading visits Woza Moya
Julia Sumners, General Manager of OXFAM Trading in Australia came to meet the Woza Moya Crafters and to see first-hand how the famous sock monkeys are...
03 May 2014, 15.25 Home Based Care
Our home-based care program has been growing by leaps and bounds working in partnership with Ixopo Department of Healh and other NGO implementing the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI)...

Join us on Facebook!

Join the Woza Moya Project Facebook page so that you can be a part of the day to day happennings in the Ufafa Valley Community. We are very excited about this new tool as there is so much going on here at Woza Moya and now we will able to share this with you. We also look forward to hearing your comments and feedback. Please do particpate in our on-going discussions, which we hope will bring you closer to us and make you feel a part of the extended Woza Moya family.


(IsiZulu for, Let's get chatting!)

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Woza Moya

  • actively seeks to empower women in the community and workplace
  • encourages taking responsibility by knowing your HIV status
  • respects the natural environment of the Ufafa Valley and the culture of the people living there