The Tiger Brands Foundation recognises the significance of partnerships to create a collective pool of funding and resources to strengthen the work undertaken by established projects with similar goals and objectives. A partnership serves to complement both the Foundation and partnering body/organisation through mutually agreed project deliverables and outcomes.

Breakfast programmes provide an incentive for a child to attend and stay in school, improves overall health and influences school achievements contributing to the ‘whole school development plan’. The impact of malnutrition is substantial and these programmes are pivotal in the development of children to break the cycle of poverty and high levels of illiteracy.

The Foundation is proud to partner with a number of organisations to develop our mission to improve the lives of vulnerable children and their communities.

For more information on partnerships with Tiger Brands Foundation, please email or call 011 840-4654



Tiger Brands

Working relationship with Tiger Brands CSI Division to share knowledge, experience and best practice.

University of Johannesburg

University of Johannesburg – Africa Centre for Development. The Centre was established in 2003 and is dedicated to basic, applied and strategic research in social development and developmental welfare. The Centre has been commissioned to undertake independent research on the impact and results of the pilot feeding programme (July 2011 – June 2012).

Nungu Marketing & Distribution

Nungu offers to close the gap left between the signing off of a project, to reaching the end beneficiary/customer. They offer Specialized distribution solutions which imbibes the essence of the client’s business, resulting in relevant and pinpointed output.

University of Free State

The University of the Free State (UFS) is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in South Africa. It opened its doors in 1904 on the Bloemfontein Campus with a mere six students in the Humanities. Since then, our institution has grown to more than 34 127 students, spread across seven faculties over three campuses.

Karoshoek Solar One


Let's Play (Active Education)

Founded in 1994 by Bruce Smuts, Active Education specialises in school sports coaching. We train coaches to run physical education lessons, provide extracurricular and age-group team coaching as well as organising sports days, tournaments and festivals. 120 full-time coaches work in over one hundred government and private schools in Jo’burg and Durban. We have an administrative complement of seven staff. Our office is located in Benoni, Johannesburg.