Who is Spear Health FoundationIn our experience there is significant interest, willingness and goodwill to contribute to the social welfare of our country. There is however, a lack of trustworthy and reliable structures and institutions to ensure the proper expenditure of social investment contributions towards the intended beneficiaries: vulnerable societies who are not provided for by the State budget. International and national research amongst the private sector has indicated the need for an independent institution through which donations and / or commercial transactions between the private sector and the State can be facilitated and structured. By the same token there is a gap for the facilitation of contributions and donations to vulnerable individuals and or - communities without necessarily doing so through the State, in other words an institution that would alleviate the State’s burden in this regard. Similarly, the private sector requires a medium to transact or partner with the State and to do so often requires an independent structure through which this can be facilitated. There are a myriad of commercial business opportunities with the State, but also a series of state services in dire need for private partnership or contribution to enhance the state's service delivery ability, or direct investment, which alleviates the State's burden regarding service delivery. Spear Health Foundation, as an independent structure, incorporated as a Section 21 Company, governed by a Board of Directors is the perfect vehicle to facilitate the business relationship between the private sector and the State and to manage the effective utilization and social investment of monetary contributions to the State. Those from the private sector, who are keen to transact with the State or to contribute to the social upliftment opportunities, will find the Organization an ideal partner institution to reach this goal.
Creating access to medical services
To ensure that Spear Health Foundation succeeds in saving lives, creating opportunities for a decent existence and enhancing the quality of life to vulnerable people and societies unable to provide for themselves.
This will be achieved through facilitating partnerships and transacting and soliciting donations by non-state institutions, commerce and the private sector to alleviate the State's service delivery burden, and ultimately enhance the State's service delivery ability.
Facilitate a health economy
To establish a respectful, trustworthy, effective and accountable institution to liaise and facilitate business and social investments and contributions from the private and non-state sector, directly or through the State, to the benefit of vulnerable people and societies in the Western Cape and South Africa.
Services we offer
Patients / Learners / Beneficiaries
Donations / Contributions / Social Investment
We can help
Theuns Botha was Western Cape Minister of Health for 6 years. Under his political leadership the Western Cape Department of Health ...
Hélène Rossouw is an experienced public relations practitioner, with a wealth of management experience in the public and private sector...
Renier is actively involved in the facilitation of Renal Health Care and Dialysis and is committed to the promotion of a healthier society. ...
In our experience there is significant interest, willingness and goodwill to contribute to the social welfare of our country. There is however, a lack of trustworthy and reliable structures and institutions to ensure the proper expenditure of social investment contributions towards the intended beneficiaries: vulnerable societies who are not provided for by the State budget.
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