Donor Resources

Papillon Press and Consultancy was the first in South Africa to offer donor resources to NPOs, tertiary institutions, schools, faith-based organisations and clubs. 

We have revamped our Donor Directories in response to valuable input from fundraisers around the country. We’ve expanded our offering but reduced the prices.

Our original South African Donor Directory, with detailed sections on companies, trusts and embassy donors has been reduced from R1000 to R750 and is now sent as an e-book. Its ever-popular databases are included in this reduced price. For those who only want the databases in MS Excel, these are available at R500 for the three.

The exciting news is that the Northern Donor Directory has been substantially expanded. As trusts in the UK remain the largest donors into South Africa, our UK lists have been doubled. There are also USA and European donors listed and we have introduced a Rest of the World section featuring foundations around the globe that support the work of organisations in South Africa. Although the Northern Donor Directory has doubled in size, the price has been reduced from R1000 to R750 for the digitised version of each donor’s detailed (A4 sized) information listing as well as the four databases. For those who only want the databases in MS Excel, these are available at R500 for the four.

Further reductions

There are more savings for customers wanting both the South African and Northern Donor Directories. Instead of previously costing R2 000, this combination is now R1 300 when ordered together.

For the seven databases if bought together, instead of R1 000, these are R800.

Remember; updated information, based on our codes allocated to each donor, remains available on our website.


The Northern Donor Directory
Listing numerous American, UK, European and Rest of the World grant making trusts and foundations interested in supporting South African NPOs, The Northern Donor Directory is the first such publication in South Africa.

Donor details include:
  • Contact person
  • Email
  • Postal Address
  • Website
  • Sectors supported
  • Grant making criteria
  • Application deadlines
  • Exclusions and limitations (what they don't fund)
  • Preferred method of approach (proposal or application form)
  • A database is supplied in Excel, to facilitate instant computer input.Regularly updated donor information is available free to anyone purchasing this Directory on the Papillon Press website for keeping your own Directory current.

ISBN: 0-9584434-1-6

R750 – If bought alone
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R1300 – If bought with the South African Donor Directory
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R800 – Databases only if bought with the South African Donor Directory databases
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The South African Donor Directory
An invaluable reference guide that has been painstakingly researched and features in-depth details on hundreds of corporate, trust and foreign mission (embassy) donors active in South Africa.

  • Contact person
  • Postal Address
  • Phone, email and website
  • Geographical area of support
  • Sectors supported
  • Grant making criteria
  • Application deadlines
  • Exclusions and limitations (what they don't fund)
  • Preferred method of approach (proposal or application form)

Regularly updated donor information is available free to anyone purchasing this Directory on the Papillon Press website for keeping your own Directory current.

ISBN: 0-9583948-9-X

R750 – If bought alone
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R1300 – If bought with the Northern Donor Directory
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R500 – South African databases (in Excel) only
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R800 – Databases only if bought with the Northern Donor Directory databases
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The Business in Society Handbook

The outstanding ongoing research by the Trialogue team, published on an ongoing basis as The Trialogue CSI Handbook and now in its 20th edition, has had a name change to The Business in Society Handbook. The latest edition builds on the publication’s well-established reputation for providing comprehensive and reliable data and thought leadership on corporate social investment (CSI), while also responding to the increasingly holistic role of business within society; encapsulating, but not bound by the concept of CSI.

The ISBN number is: 978-0-9921777-7-5

R420

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Sources of Funding
By Jill Ritchie

The Guide to all the different types of funders and how they might support your organisation. Have you considered them all?

  • Evaluating the Sources of Funding
  • Individuals
  • Communities
  • Groups and Associations
  • Companies
  • Trusts and Foundations
  • Government and Statutory Sources
  • Commercial Activities and Fees for Services
  • Investment Income

R100

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