One person can make a difference in a child’s life. Your contribution can help to buy a heart monitor for the Paediatric ICU or train a nurse in specialist neonatal care.

You may not be able to save a child’s life, but by making your contribution you are doing just that.

Our donors are welcome to visit us, by appointment, to see for themselves the change that has been made possible through their generosity.

 How can you donate?


i)  Online donations via Credit or Debit Card

We make use of the portal for our online donations, as this is very safe and secure, and the costs are negligible.  So, whether it is a once-off donation or a regular repeat donation you would like to make, please visit the Tygerberg Children’s Hospital Trust page at and follow the easy instructions to donate.

ii) For local or international EFT payments or bank deposits:


Payable to the Tygerberg Children’s Hospital Trust:
Bank: Nedbank
Branch: Tygerberg Winelands Business Banking
Branch Address: The Bridge, 304 Durban Road, Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa
Branch Code: 118602
Account Holder: Tygerberg Children’s Hospital Trust
Account Number: 1186000198
Account Type: Current
SWIFT Code: NEDSZAJJ (for international deposits)


  1. Please insert Donor’s name as reference when making payment.
  2. Kindly confirm payment via e-mail to tchtrust[at], providing amount and date of payment, as well as donor’s name and e-mail address.  Confirmation can also be faxed to 021 938 9138.

iii)  Cheque Donations:

Cheques are payable to Tygerberg Children’s Hospital Trust and posted to: Tygerberg Children’s Hospital Trust, PO Box 19063, Tygerberg 7505, South Africa.


iv)  Circle of Hope:  

Our individual regular donor programme is for donations of R5000 or more per year. Each person will receive one of the following of your choice, as well as a tour of the TCH:

  • TCH T-shirt
  • TCH key holder


Tax certificates: Since the Trust is a recognised public benefit organisation your donations are tax deductible. We issue tax certificates on request according to the rules of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act.