Capitec foundation High School Scholarships

By | October 22, 2019

Capitec foundation High School Scholarships

about capitec foundation

Capitec Foundation was established in June 2015 as an independent, non-profit organisation that manages the corporate social investment initiatives of Capitec Bank.
The Foundation’s main purpose is to campaign for better quality education, particularly in terms of improving numeracy skills and raising the financial literacy levels in South Africa.

Capitec Foundation aims

  • Improve the performance and numeracy skills of learners in maths and maths-related careers
  • Improve financial literacy of consumers through financial life skills programmes
  • Improve financial life skills among learners and school leaders
  • Develop school leaders within education institutions in the communities that Capitec Bank serves
  • Support organisations that are actively involved in having a positive and long-term impact on the care and support of abused and neglected women and children with once-off donations

our activites

  • Fund education support programmes such as IkamvaYouth, Primestars eduCate revision programme, National Science Week and University of Cape Town mathematics competition
  • Bursary programme for selected Grade 10 – 12 learners in the Western and Eastern Cape (as our resources increase we will roll out to other provinces)
  • Bursary programme for selected principals in the Western Cape (as our resources increase we will roll out to other provinces) in partnership with the Graduate School of Business at University of Cape Town
  • Financial life skills programmes that create awareness of personal money management
  • Support community organisations that are actively contributing to the care and safe refuge of children who have been abused, neglected, abandoned and orphaned and support (e.g. through counselling and refuge) women who have been victims of abusecontent


Email to request assistance with sponsorships.


Email the completed donation application form to
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