South Africa Volunteer Work Camp Association

Beneficiary Organization Partner

Founded in 2012, South Africa Volunteer Work Camp Association (SAVWA) supports South African community development projects in both rural and urban communities. Their empowerment work camp programs and active promotion of sustainable development help to improve the cultural, economic, and socio-political well-being of young people and marginalised populations. SAVWA also coordinates dozens of local and international volunteers to support their projects and is registered with the Ministry of Social Development of South Africa.

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SAVWA’s Mission

South Africa Work Camp Association is dedicated to supporting community development in South Africa through empowerment work camps and sustainable development initiatives.

Our Partnership History

The GoAbroad Foundation began partnering with South Africa Work Camp Association in September 2019, after being introduced to their programs and mission through the Give Together Program outreach program.

Our first project fundraiser for SAVWA was announced in October 2019.

SAVWA after school program
SAVWA volunteers with kids
SAVWA logo

SAVWA Projects We Support

After School Program

Offering academic, social, and an after school feeding to children from low-income communities in Pretoria, South Africa, SAVWA is dedicated to helping 50 children complete primary school by providing them with holistic support.



Partnership Launch Announcement

Read more about South Africa Volunteer Work Camp Association and how our partnership began in our partnership launch announcement on the blog!

Meet Enock Pedze: SAVWA Founder

Check out this interview with Enock, the Chairman & Founder of SAVWA, to learn more about the incredible work they’re doing to support urban and rural communities in South Africa.