The Assupol Community Trust (“Trust”) is a registered public benefit organisation, established in 2010 to benefit communities in areas where a significant number of Assupol Life policyholders resided at the time of Assupol Life’s demutualisation.
The Trust aims to support the South African government in attaining its goal of ensuring universal access to early childhood development (ECD) for all children by 2030, as prescribed in the National Development Plan.
The Assupol Community Trust is a shareholder in Assupol Holdings Limited and as such functions independently.
Only designated communities may benefit from the Trust.
Every child ready for the future
Play a leading role in impacting the delivery of ECD in designated areas
KwaZulu-Natal: Umzinyathi District Municipality
Gauteng: City of Tshwane
*Figures reflect up to February 2019.
James Heckman, Nobel Prize Winner for Economic Sciences (2000)
Department of Social Development (National, Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government), Department of Basic Education (KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government), Department of Health (KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government), Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government), City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality, Umzinyathi District Municipality, Nquthu Local Municipality, Msinga Local Municipality, Community Work Programme, National Development Agency, DG Murray Trust. Elma Philanthropies Services (Africa) (Pty) Ltd, Firstrand Foundation, Yellowwoods Social Investments NPC, Hollard Trust, Tshikululu Social Investments, llifa Labantwana, Kago Ya Sana, Standard Bank Tutuwa Community Foundation, Kago Ya Sana ECD Enterprise Incubator, lnnovatIon Edge, and Smartstart Early Leaming NPC