NPO / PBO Registered Details

SAMF Registered Details:

NPO Number: 034-115-NPO
PBO Number: 930013621

In terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act of 1962, donations made to qualifying Public Benefit Organisations (PBO’s) may be deducted from the taxable income of the donating taxpayer. The exempt donation amount however, is limited to 10% of one’s taxable income. For companies, a deduction may also be claimed, which is limited to 10% of Profit Before Tax. The SAMF qualifies as such an organization which carries out public benefit activities. Donors to our Foundation therefore enjoy full benefits allowed under Section 18A. Here are some helpful documents to assist you:


1. SARS Tax Exemption Guide for Donations

2. Non-Profit Organisation Certificate - Page 1

3. Non-Profit Organisation Certificate - Page 2

4. Non-Profit Organisation Certificate - Page 3

5. Non-Profit Organisation Certificate - Page 4

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F.A.Q

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. What is a Memon?

A.
Memons are a group who follow the Islamic faith. According to most reports, Memons trace their origins to Nagar Thatta, in the province of Sindh, India (Now Pakistan). It is believed that in the year 1422 C.E. / 824 A.H, this group comprising of about 700 families, converted to Islam at the hands of the pious saint, Sayed Yusuffuddin Quadri (R.A.), who was a descendant of Hazrat Sheihk Sayed Abdul Qadir Jeelani (R.A) - widely regarded in Islam as the most pious and powerful of all Saints. Sayed Yusuffuddin (R.A.) used the name "Mu'mins" (true believers in Arabic) to describe this group, owing to their absolute faith in God and accepting Muhammad (S.A.W) as the final Prophet. The word Memon originated from this word. Wherever they have migrated, Memons have always been at the forefront of trade and industry, blessed with great business acumen. It is in gratitude to the Almighty that the Memons consider it their duty to assist those who are less fortunate. The SAMF is thus a platform on which this may be achieved.

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What is Zakaat / Lillah

Both Zakaat and Lillah are forms of charity. Charity is one of the 5 pillars of Islam. Zakaat is obligatory upon all Muslims who are adult, sane and own wealth exceeding the value of the Nisaab. Lillah is a form of voluntary charity that may be used for a variety of public benefit activities.

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Becoming a Lifetime Member

Becoming a Lifetime Member of the S.A. Memon Foundation shows 2 things about a person: Firstly that you are proud of your heritage and background, and secondly that you are committed to serving the needs of the poor and destitute.

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Make a Donation

We rely on the generosity and kindness of the public in order to carry out our work. Any donation, contribution, assistance or volunteers are highly appreciated.

Due to security concerns over fear of bank details being changed maliciously, we have decided not to furnish them on our website. Kindly email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request the bank details directly from us. We will provide the bank details with our official letterhead. Thanking you kindly.


Please inform us of your donation, so that we may acknowledge and confirm your kind contribution. For any other info, or if you require a Section 18A Tax Exemption Receipt for your donation, please drop us an email:
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