Tshikululu Social Investments is South Africa’s leading corporate social investment (CSI) manager.
Led by a team of thought leaders, Tshikululu provides private sector entities with a one-stop service to undertake comprehensive social investment and community grantmaking in line with national and international development trends.
Our team of professionals offers financial management, risk and legal services and expertise in education, health, social development, job creation, agricultural livelihoods, bursary management, the environment, arts, culture and heritage and capital projects.
Our specialised services include
Development knowledge and expertise: Clients are assured that their social investment will have a meaningful and sustainable impact on the socio-economic livelihoods of its beneficiaries
Governance and financial management: Our professional standards give clients peace of mind and mitigate risk
The benefit of experience: By working with us, we can shorten your social investment learning curve
A best-in-market network of clients and NPO partners: We provide access to proven, effective organisations and partnerships
Proven, quality social investment solutions: We help protect clients from reputational risk while enabling them to associate their brands with positive social and economic change
Value for money: As a non-profit organisation, we are able to add development value to your social investment, and help your social investment add value to your business, at a controlled cost.
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Our service offering rests on four pillars
Social investment that aligns business imperatives with clearly identified developmental needs
Supporting community champions with grants managed and monitored professionally, efficiently and with compassion
Impeccable financial management and governance procedures
Best practice thought leadership and knowledge sharing among stakeholders on national and international development trends
Tshikululu and the trusts it manages follow stringent governance protocols and adhere to International Financial Reporting Standards.
Tshikululu aligns its practises with the recommendations of the King Report on Governance for South Africa.