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Be the change

Make a Difference

While we hope that the designs and services offered at Tasmyn Danae Designs bring you WHAT YOU NEED in your life, you are also giving back to THOSE IN NEED! 5% of your purchase is donated to an NPO (non-profit organisation) in Cape Town, South Africa - my homeland. To find out more about where your money is making a difference, visit the various organisations websites, linked below.

With gratitude and blessings,

Tasmyn Danae

"Currently, we support more than 200 beneficiary organisations using a network mostly women-led community soup kitchens and early childhood development centres in impoverished communities.  We provide nutrient rich food and produce weekly to serve lunch to 20,000 vulnerable people from our network of soup kitchen and two meals a day to over 4,000 children at ECD Centres."

One small gesture can change someone’s world. Let’s make it happen.

Ladles of Love


Rape CrisisCape Town Trust

"Our mission is to promote safety in communities, to reduce the trauma experienced by rape survivors, to encourage the reporting of rape and to work actively to address flaws in legislation." 

As a feminist organisation, Rape Crisis is committed to working towards the achievement of women’s rights


"Waves for Change is a registered South African non-profit organisation. Since 2009, we have worked with universities, children and young people to develop a community-based, child-friendly mental health service.

Through over a decade of published, participatory research, the result is a collaboratively created method to deliver trauma-informed mental health services to at-risk youth. The children and young people we work with are at the core of what we do. With them, we’ve created a set of values to drive our strategy and day-to-day interactions.

Surf Therapy combines the positive health benefits of surfing and physical activity with activities proven to help young people build protective relationships, identify emotions, self soothe and build a positive vision of their future.

Waves for Change

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