COVID-19 Fundraiser for WHO & NGO’S/NPO’S with up to R100 Million Match
Fundraiser by EIFEA Foundation
Your donation to this Fundraiser will go further, thanks to Equation Educators for matching contribution of ZAR5,000,000. PayAfrika has also made a generous donation of ZAR2,000,000.00, which has been matched by E-TUTA.
Your donation to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund supports the NGO’S /NPO’S & World Health Organization's global efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Donations support efforts to track and understand the spread of the virus; Help to Sponsor 300,000 school students with internet, distance learning equipment’s and access to education service providers during this Lockdown, Help to Sponsor the EIFEA Feeding & Nutrition program for over 150,000 households in rural areas across 23 countries in Africa, ensure patients get the care they need and frontline workers get essential supplies and information.
COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - (F.A.Q)
100% of donations made through EIFEA go to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
60% of donations made through the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund will go to WHO for its global response efforts, 40% go to NGO’S /NPO’S; with 5% used to cover the costs of online transactions.
To cover its administrative charges, PayAfrika will take a contribution of 3% for amounts donated through its gateway payment sysytems.
Right now as the needs of the COVID-19 pandemic are rapidly changing, it is critical and most valuable to have flexibility.
Therefore, it is not currently possible for donors to earmark donations for use in a specific country.
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, it is clear partners at all levels will play a critical role in preparedness and response efforts. EIFEA will allocate some funds donated through the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund to organizations it deems best able to respond to needs. Most often, EIFEA’s funding supports non-governmental actors operating at community and country level to complement government resources.
The COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund will report on a periodic basis (at a minimum every three months) of how the donated funds are being used. EIFEA will also publicly share on its website how much money has been donated to support the Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan and how these funds in their entirety are being spent so that the public can understand how these funds are helping with response efforts.