The 31 Club is a registered non-profit fundraising organization which was formed in 1962 by a group of women under the chairmanship of Norma Rattray. As the group consisted of 31 volunteers, the Club was named accordingly, and membership remains at a maximum of 31 members, who work on a voluntary basis.
The principal aim of the Club is to raise funds for charities in KwaZulu-Natal.
Wylie House Children’s home
Wylie House Children’s home is a registered non-profit organisation that provides a residential facility caring for children and youth from 3 to 18 years of age.
They provide much needed support for orphans as well as other vulnerable children, ensuring that they have shelter, clothing, food and that their basic needs are met.
The Paint Club, a local specialist voluntary trading association, was started by paint experts for consumer and contractor segments alike.