Our commitment to social development extends beyond giving. We invest in our country’s future by focusing on sustainable initiatives that impact the communities we support.

AFA supports a healthy and loving nursery environment at Princess Alice Adoption Home, a temporary place of safety which provides 24-hour residential care to babies and toddlers who have been consented for adoption, abandoned or occasionally removed from family care. The home is also a safe haven for up to four pregnant girls who are destitute or in crisis.

Our Gauteng office provides regular support to Door of Hope and Adopt-a-Cot, which provide homes for abandoned babies and children.


In KwaZulu-Natal, AFA funds the Community Outreach Program Trust (COPT), a faith-based non-profit organisation (NPO) that is committed to changing lives within the community through educational initiatives that help the most vulnerable and disadvantaged of our people.

Our Western Cape team provides funding for the development and upliftment of children within our community through a partnership with Home of Hope, a non-profit organisation that cares for abused and abandoned children. Home of Hope provides education to children with special needs and helps them become productive and responsible members of the community, continuing support into adulthood through fostering care and skills development opportunities.


AFA recently visited the Door of Hope village where our team spent the day making bricks that will be used to build homes for children under the care of Door of Hope, who may eventually not be adopted.

Whilst aiming at making an impactful and sustainable contribution to society, this initiative coincides with our CSR focus areas, being skills development and supporting our community.

Our support for Door of Hope is inspired by our belief that our community is of the utmost importance for the future of our children and future generations.

Watch our video to see the proceedings of the day.