• Welcome to the Tiger Brands Foundation

    The Tiger Brands Foundation's purpose is to transform the country in the long term through investing in quality in-shcool nutrition to assist in improving learner's education outcomes.

  • Positively changing the lives of learners, educators and the community, everyday, across the country

    The Tiger Brands Foundation's purpose is to transform the country in the long term through investing in quality in-shcool nutrition to assist in improving learner's education outcomes.

  • The Tiger Brands Foundation's purpose is to transform the country in the long term through investing in quality in-shcool nutrition to assist in improving learner's education outcomes.

    The Tiger Brands Foundation's purpose is to transform the country in the long term through investing in quality in-shcool nutrition to assist in improving learner's education outcomes.

Breakfasts Served:
72 613 844
by the end of April
Breakfasts Served:
72 613 844
by the end of April

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Did you know our programme generates R8.68 for every rand spent in Limpopo and R10.51 for every rand spent in the Northern Cape.

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OUR PURPOSE

  • The Foundation's mandate is to facilitate economic transformation in South Africa through improving learner health and education outcomes. It does this through partnering with the Department of Basic Education and schools to implemented an in-school breakfast programme. The Foundation also supports education through building nutrition centers, thought leadership activities, research and capacity building.

2018 Annual Report Released

THIS IS HOW WE BRING CHANGE

LATEST PRESS

Feed the hunger disaster

Despite what we’ve been told about money, it does have the potential to fix a number of the world’s ills and injustices. Money has the potential to restore and pave a better life for those in need.

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Education has the power to improve your circumstances

Born at a time when education seemed wasted on a girl-child, Yolisa Mvunyiswa’s father, a Reverend in the Methodist Church, had to answer as to why he was bothering to send his daughters to school.

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