The Nedbank Arts Affinity Programme includes a range of products that Nedbank clients can choose from. Every time they use their accounts (to save, invest or transact), Nedbank donates to the Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), at no cost to clients. Since the inception of ACT in 1994, Nedbank has donated nearly R15 million to support more than 800 South African arts, culture and heritage development projects. To open a Nedbank Arts Affinity account visit any Nedbank branch or call 0860 DO GOOD (36 4663). For more information please visit nedbankarts.co.za.
The National Lotteries Commission (NLC) relies on funds from the proceeds of the National Lottery. The Lotteries Act and regulations guide the way in which NLDTF funding may be allocated. The NLDTF wants the grants to make a difference to the lives of all South Africans, especially those more vulnerable, and to improve the sustainability of the beneficiary organisations. Available funds are distributed to registered and qualifying non-profit organisations in the fields of charities; arts, culture and national heritage; and sport and recreation. By placing its emphasis on areas of greatest need and potential, the NLDTF contributes to South Africa’s development.
The Sun International Group has a diverse portfolio of assets including world class five star hotels, modern and well located casinos, and some of the world's premier resorts. Their destinations offer experiential luxury, enduring quality and incredible adventure, supported by an authentic dedication to personal service. Sun International Group's approach has been to differentiate their hotels, resorts and casinos in architecture, service, experience, location and the mix of entertainment and activities. Creating lasting memories for their guests and customers is a core part of their DNA. They've created some the world's most iconic hotels ranging from The Royal Livingstone Hotel at Victoria Falls, to The Palace of the Lost City at Sun City and The Table Bay Hotel in Cape Town. The Group places a strong emphasis on being responsible corporate citizens through their contributions and commitment to the economy, communities and the environment. They are committed to the development of all their employees and they make sure that equal opportunities and economic empowerment form the backbone of their human resource practices. For more information, please visit www.suninternational.com.
The Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Rights Organisation (DALRO) is a multi-purpose copyright society that collects royalties for the use of copyright-protected works on behalf of authors and publishers, which it then distributes back to the correct copyright-owner. As a custodian of copyright and the protection of rightsholders’ works, DALRO’s main areas of administration are reprographic reproduction rights (photocopying from published editions), public performance rights (including stage rights for book musicals and dramas) and reproduction rights (whether for publishing or copying) in works of visual art. For more information please visit www.dalro.co.za.
UJ Arts & Culture produces and presents student and professional arts programmes aligned to the UJ vision of an international university of choice, anchored in Africa, dynamically shaping the future. In addition to serving as venues for UJ, facilities also receive visiting professional South African and international productions, concerts, exhibitions, conferences and other cultural events. For more information please visit www.uj.ac.za/arts.
SAMRO Foundation(NPC) is the Corporate Social Investment Portfolio of the SAMRO Group of Companies. As a non-profit company, the SAMRO Foundation aims to promote the national arts through sponsorships of various kinds, and to encourage excellence in the arts through education, facilitation of economic participation in the creative economy, influencing cultural and arts policies by means of research and advocacy as well as promoting living cultural heritage. For more information, please visit www.samrofoundation.org.za.