August 2, 2016

How to get involved

Whether you are an individual, a group of friends or a corporate company, there are many ways to get involved and make a difference to the youth of our country. Speedy Speed is constantly looking at ways to improve our service to the community as well as making more of that positive difference which we always strive for. If you want to be a part of this wonderful and satisfying journey, you can assist in any of the following ways :

1. Use the below form to get in touch with us and become a volunteer in our charity drives.

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2. Donate any amount of money that you can afford directly into Speed Speed’s bank account. Every cent makes a huge difference.

Account Holder : Speedy Speed npo

Bank : FNB

Account Number : 62628682008

Account Type : Cheque

Branch Code : 250 655

Reference : Your full name

3. Donate any amount of money or donate a recurring amount via Credit Card/Debit Card/PayPal/EFT, by clicking the following :  https://www.backabuddy.co.za/donate/charity/speedy-speed

4. Donate fresh food or canned food which will be used to feed our youth. Please email us at info@speedyspeed.co.za and we will arrange collection.

5. Take part in our organised fund raising events and in turn you assist in raising funds for our feeding programmes.

6. Purchase any product or service from any of our partners. Our partners assist us in achieving our goals and objectives.

7. Support our Online Second Hand Book Shop by buying a second hand book. Please note that all books sold are good to very good condition.

8. Our marketing team can help your company! In line with our commitment in wanting to always make a positive difference, we believe that our marketing team can help you in many areas of your company with regards to marketing your business. Our volunteer marketing team will help you grow your business at a fraction of the cost. All profits goes towards making a difference in fighting hunger and depression.