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Restaurants & coffee shops

Funds forecast

We explain our fund raising strategies and how we report on the distribution of funds.


The Homecare Foundation does not want to waste funds… We are responsible to help people in need. The Foundation needs to ensure that whatever funds raised, will reach destinations where it can make a difference.


It is possible to raise more than R4 million per month out of companies in the private sector to support bedridden patients.


​​Herewith a list of forecast income from companies we target:

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Note we exclude commission from the financial advisors. We are currently in negotiations with groups and forecast 20% commission on “disability cover” policies. We expect a large monthly contribution out of insurance industry.

You will also note that we do not include any cash donations from coffee shops or restaurants. Our only request is to negotiate cappuccino vouchers to help our business partners. It will simultaneously help restaurant partners when we ask high LSM Income clients to support our partners.


We also exclude our “Enjoy life, drink a cappuccino” campaign. There will be a large drive to involve the public. We will inform the public that they can buy coffee & cappuccinos via the Foundation. They can use a phone app and proceeds of their coffee will fund bedridden patients. They do not have to contribute out of their own pockets. The Foundation will negotiate a set fee per cappuccino. The foundation will pay the restaurant at the end of the month for coffee and cappuccinos the public bought via their phone apps.


Coffee and financial products will bring in a substantial amount to fund patients.

How you can help people within your own community

This website is presented to business owners in the cities and in the countryside.

You as business owner are welcome to invite people within your own community to register when they become in need of frail care. It is often more difficult for caretakers in the countryside to support patients. These communities are small and find it difficult to source funding for their patients.


Caretakers who apply need to agree that a social worker visit or contact them monthly. The Foundation will only pay out funds if the social workers confirmed the patient’s status.

CSE Services programmed software that provides reports to the public and to the sales teams we work with. Business partners will have access to national and regional reports.

The Foundation’s ability to do business can result that your cappuccino donations can eventually help a patient with a fairly large monthly amount. We forecast an average donation of R900 per month towards a patient out of the private sector.


We explain under “important services” that the Foundation act as intermediary between family members. The Foundation may on average raise R2 000 from all the family members.


The software is programmed to enable the public that they can donate, and ask that their entire donation reach either for example “cancer patients” in Lynwood, Pretoria, or any bedridden patient in an specific area or nationally.


These donations will entirely reach the caretakers. No marketing, admin or any other costs will be deducted to help the patients.


The Foundation will obviously one day appreciate as much support as possible, but your cappuccino donation on its own, will make a huge difference.                                     

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