The Domino Foundation is a non-profit organisation that creates essential structures geared towards supporting people, projects and programmes that are meeting the needs of Individuals and communities physically, emotionally, cognitively and spiritually through mercy, justice and empowerment.

Vision

We desire to see individuals and communities within South Africa living with dignity, justice, hope and purpose.

Three Pillars of Nation Transformation

RELIEF
The Platform to succeed

JUSTICE
The Environment to succeed

EMPOWERMENT
The Ability to succeed

Three Pillars of The Domino Foundation

RELIEF
The Platform to succeed: Aiding in the relief of people’s and communities’ needs.

JUSTICE
The Ability to succeed: Empowering people for a better future.

EMPOWERMENT
The Environment to succeed: Contending for justice, people and communities.

As a brand, Domino has three distinct but inextricably linked incarnations:
The Domino Foundation, The Domino Trust and Domino Business.

The Domino Foundation runs focused interventions to holistically support and empower communities to be active participants in our society. We believe that by addressing three key pillars, effective social change can be achieved.

1. Social Charity – to help those in need.
2. Social Justice – to give orphaned children and vulnerable people an equal and fair chance in life.
3. Social Entrepreneurship – using economic development to empower a community.

WHO: The Domino Trust seeks to build a capital base to ensure the long-term sustainability of the community development work of The Domino Foundation, in order to reduce the reliance on donor funding. The sole beneficiary of The Domino Trust is The Domino Foundation.

HOW: The Domino Trust has been established in order:
– to manage capital funds
– to create opportunities for parties to contribute to the future of The Domino Foundation.

Domino Business is a For-Profit group of companies whose shares are 100% owned by The Domino Trust. This means that the beneficiaries of The Domino Foundation, are effectively the shareholders of Domino Business. An assessment is done once a year of the demographics of these beneficiaries, thereby giving Domino Business a significant advantage in the marketplace in terms of the latest B-BBEE Codes, as the ownership is black, female and from a vulnerable group.

Annual General Meeting 2016

The Domino Foundation AGM for 2016 was held on Thursday 4 May 2017 at “Anthem”, 37 MacKeurtan Avenue, Durban North. The evening’s programme included an overview of the past year, an address by the Executive Chairman, and a focus on each of the seven programmes as well as the election of new members of the Board.

Download our AGM report for 2016 >>

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