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SAID Business

At SAID we offer a variety of activities and involvement that fit within corporate strategies: corporate volunteerism, Corporate Social Responsibility projects and investments, Capacity development, Team Building Activities and Give As You Earn (GAYE) and Matched Giving.

Corporate Volunteering

We offer a true animal farm experience - join us in our manual labour activities while being nuzzled and inspected by our equine population. This activity will be preceded by an informative and enlightening tour of the advances made in providing access to veterinary care in South Africa.

Give As You Earn & Matched Giving

Give As You Earn (GAYE), otherwise known as payroll giving offers a meaningful way for employees to give back who are unable to engage in employee volunteering activities or find such activities difficult and would rather contribute in another way.


Matched Giving is when a corporate entity matches the amount of fundraising an employee does for a non-profit organisation. The fundraising of the individual or group of individuals is matched by the corporate entity’s own resources according to their policy.


Working together and supporting one another demonstrates the power and impact of collaboration for the mutual benefit of all our people, our animals, and our environment.


All donors are entitled to receive tax relief in terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act (up to 5% of remuneration).

Corporate Social Responsibility

Get involved in our work and contribute to sustainable development by delivering economic, social and environmental benefits for all stakeholders.

Donation Tins

Donation tins are available to entities (corporate business, retailer, veterinary practice, general practice, school, retirement village etc.…) dealing with high volume customers/foot traffic. Our collection and replacement of donation tins are efficient and controlled. Coin collection delivers much needed funding for our cause.

Created by Ilne Weyers