Kiff Bru Projects encourages contributions to be made in the form of purchasing tangible things required by underfunded organisations or charities. This can be done either through purchasing a gift package via one of the specially created wish lists, or by creating your own personalised gift registry, to send to friends and family. For more detail, please click here.
RESEARCH: We research organisations that are already operating but do not have the resources they require. The KBP aim is to provide the organisation with the necessary tools to make up the shortfall or improve existing conditions.
SITE VISIT: Our team physically visits each organisations’ location and assesses their current set-up and how they operate on a day-to-day basis. We are looking for evidence of impact and an understanding of the specific things they need.
PROJECT GOAL BREAKDOWN: The gift packages on each project wish list is chosen based on a set of criteria as well as the individual conditions of each organisation specifically. Further detail can be found under each of the individual projects breakdown, in the Project List Page.
Because we offer peace of mind.
Investigate: We do the research and pick the projects where our gifts can have the quickest and most effective impact.
Direct: There is no confusion as to where exactly your money is going. KBP creates a wish list of exact items the organisation needs.
Hassle-free: KBP also assists with the purchasing of those gifts. We’re liaising with the organisation and their wholesalers, and making sure what has been gifted is physically bought and delivered. And we’ll even send you a pic to boot!
Yes, of course you can. We encourage everyone from anywhere to create a registry, or purchase a gift from the wish list and contribute. If you have any issues with setting this up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, all contributions can be tracked and followed within the created registry. Additionally, when you create a registry you can select to have it public or private.
Plans change, we understand this. There are no penalties for terminating your registry, however, we will not be able to return any contributions that have already been made.
We aim to keep all customers updated on the purchases they make. You will be notified once your gift has been delivered. If you created a registry, you will be able to track how many goals were fulfilled based on your friends and family contributions.
Subject to availability and receipt of payment, requests will be processed within 30 days of purchase. Every month project goals are tallied and inventory will be delivered based on what was purchased from the project wish lists each month. Delivery will be confirmed by way of a reference code via email.
Payment may be made via Visa and MasterCard and Instant EFT.
Definitely. Card transactions will be acquired for Kiff Bru Projects via PayGate (Pty) Ltd who are the approved payment gateway for all South African Acquiring Banks. PayGate uses the strictest form of encryption, namely Secure Socket Layer 3 (SSL3) and no Card details are stored on the website. Users may go to www.paygate.co.za to view their security certificate and security policy.
For more information on card processing and security, please see our Terms and Conditions.
You mean besides the happy feeling of doing something kiff? KBP is a small operation. We issue a 12,5% administration fee on all donations made. This is to cover all running costs, administrative and logistical expenses. We are not a NPO but are assisting NPO’s, underfunded projects and charities that need help. We’re the Robin to their Batman.
They sure are. The entire objective of KBP is to ensure that your contribution goes towards tangible products that are specifically purchased by Kiff Bru Projects and delivered to the organisation in need. It’s direct and specific. What you buy is what they get.
Kiff Bru Projects shall take all reasonable steps to protect the personal information of users. For the purpose of this clause, “personal information” shall be defined as detailed in the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (PAIA). The PAIA may be downloaded here.