Support the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust


Donate    >    Members    >    Friends    >    Bequests & Tribute Funds


The Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust needs your help in order to help save the Endangered Renosterveld in the Overberg.

Here’s how you can help

South Africa

Donate any amount via PayFast:

Make a Donation

Make a secure donation to the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust, of however much you can afford, to protect the threatened Renosterveld in the Overberg.



Become a Friend

Friends of the ORCT are there to provide a support-base to the fundraising initiatives of the ORCT.



Consider joining our Golden Circle and donating R50 000 or more annually. Email Odette



Set up a Tribute Fund

A Tribute Fund is set up in order to honour a special individual who has passed away. The Fund is set up in a manner that enables friends and relatives of the individual after whom the Fund is named to contribute towards growing the Fund and becoming part of the cause that this Fund supports.



Donate any amount via PayPal

Or contact Odette at or call + 27 (0) 83 551 3341 to request the Trust’s bank details. 

Other ways to support the ORCT:

There are other ways you can join us:

  1. Contribute Financially
  2. Become a Friend
  3. Leave a Bequest
  4. Set up a Tribute Fund

We are 18A registered in SA and receive donations through the UK Fund for Charities in UK, making donations from these two countries tax-deductible. Online payments are secure through PayFast for South Africans (Visa, Mastercard cards and Instant EFT are accepted) or PayPal for international donations. For direct EFT transactions, please contact us to request the Trust’s bank details.

“I have the great fortune of being involved in wonderful conservation projects in the United States and all around the world, but I consider the work of OCLT to be the most important – OCLT’s work to conserve a highly diverse and endangered ecosystem that is globally outstanding and a unique World Heritage Site is truly amazing – but equally amazing is how they involve local communities and farmers to pitch in and work together hand in hand to make magic happen.”  David Houghton