We are a non-profit organization Orgella Helping Hands is a non-profit organization of young people dedicated to lending a helping hand to the orphaned, homeless and underprivileged, founded by philanthropist and the Founder & CEO of Orgella Group, Allegro Dinkwanyane in 2011.
Since then, the foundation has helped people all over South Africa by participating in a number of annual charity campaigns.
Through its selfless deeds of kindness, Orgella Helping hands has so far impacted more than 50 000 lives
Our commitment to education and community development is unwavering. Through our partnerships with universities and colleges across South Africa, we aim to provide opportunities for those who have shown academic excellence but may not have the financial means to pursue further studies. Our bursary and internship programs not only offer financial assistance but also valuable work experience, preparing students for the workforce.
Additionally, we recognize the importance of access to information and resources, which is why we are building a community library in Limpopo. This library will serve as a hub for learning and knowledge-sharing for underprivileged communities in and around Lebowakgomo. We believe that education is a fundamental right, and we are committed to doing our part in ensuring that everyone has access to it. By investing in education and community development, we hope to empower individuals and uplift communities, creating a brighter future for all.
We have eight committee members including two project managers
Our 48 volunteers are spread out across the country in Limpopo,
Gauteng, KZN and the Western Cape.