‘Arthur and Christine Naidoo Foundation’:
Promoting the legacy of Pastor Arthur and Christine Naidoo
The family of Pastor Arthur and Christine Naidoo has established a Christian Foundation (Non-Profit Organisation: NPO) with the purpose of assisting Full Gospel Churches in South Africa with their humanitarian community outreach missions. The main objective of the Foundation is to provide food packs/hampers to Churches for their distribution to disadvantaged communities.
We acknowledge the commendable impact of the outreach missions undertaken by Full Gospel Churches in South Africa and Christian organisations in their humanitarian outreach missions to provide food aid to disadvantaged families, although funding is often ad hoc and does not constitute a reliable source of income. We believe that there is a need for a South African-based Christian NPO to support the Churches and provide a sustainable income base for continuous provision of food packs. Our Foundation has taken steps to make these funds available through fundraising initiatives in the United States (US) and European Union (EU) and has engaged the services of Professional Fundraising Agencies in the US and EU, United Nations Agencies and international organisations affiliated to the United Nations.
The family is honored to read and still receive messages from those whose lives were enriched by Pastor Arthur and Christine Naidoo and we are reaching out to you to assist our Foundation. Should you be inspired to participate in our campaign for October and November 2019, you are encouraged to donate R100. Please indicate your name, contact details and whether you are interested in becoming a member of the Foundation.
The Arthur and Christine Naidoo Foundation (hosted by “Agrifemme Foundation” 2013) is registered with the South African Directorate of Nonprofit Organisations (Nonprofit Organisations Act, 1997) (Registration Number 119-383). The NPO is registered with the South African Revenue Services (SARS) for tax-exemption purposes (Income Tax Act, 1962). Both these Acts govern the financial responsibilities and accountability of managers of the Foundation and permits the NPO to invest funds received from national and foreign donors through an accredited financial advisor and use the revenue for NPO operations. We believe that this will provide a sustainable income base and a reliable source of monthly income for the Foundation food aid programs.