Disability and Unemployment
South Africa is still falling behind and even though 6-10% of the South African population has a disability, only 0.8% of the total workforce comprises of people with disabilities. For young people with disabilities accessing the open labour market, it is even more difficult as they are faced with barriers both related to their youth and their disability.
What benefits can my company claim from using DWDE?
DWDE is an approved Public Benefit Organisation in terms of Section 30 of the Income Tax Act and Corporate Social Investment donations made to DWDE can be claimed as tax deductible in the hands of the donor. DWDE has a level 4 BEE rating, so all costs can be claimed as preferential procurement. Donations – cash, assets or in-kind – can also be claimed as enterprise development spend. DWDE can also help you to meet your Employment Equity target of 2% of your workforce comprising Persons with Disabilities.
We need your help!
Do you have entry-level recruitment needs? Spare computers, office furniture, and equipment? Can you provide vocational counseling to young, unemployed job-seekers? DWDE is constantly looking for new ways to support our community and would be grateful for any help you can give us.
Your contribution in cash or kind can make a difference!
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