About us


Good Deeds 46664 is a Non-profitable organisation that focuses on eliminating poverty through skill development to create thriving communities based on three fundamental pillars: social, economic and environmental.

Our aim is to balance economic, environmental and social needs, allowing prosperity for now and future generations.

The organisation started operating in Bloemfontein, Free State back in 2017. In 2023 Good Deeds rebranded from only providing food security for homeless people to initiating sustainable skill development in communities by teaching skills that lead to financial freedom.

The rebranding was inspired by the rising number of unemployment in South Africa which gradually led to high crime rates, poverty and slow economic growth.

Our guarding principles

To help us in any way other than donation, please call us at +27 71 037 9035 or send us a message.

To empower communities across Africa by creating opportunities that ultimately lead to sustainable development and end poverty. 


To reduce poverty and increase opportunities for growth.


To positively touch lives and make a difference in struggling communities through God.


Our Projects

Project finish school

The project fundraise for student pursuing tertiary education and struggling to complete their qualification due to financial exclusion.

Pad drive

The sanitary pad drive focuses on isolated rural areas and struggling communities. The project gives sanitary pads for free.

Skill training centre

The nature of employment and skill requirement is evolving as a result of global megatrends and the growing importance of technology, climate change, demographic changes, urbanization, and globalization

Communities need to adjust skills to succeed in the labor market of the twenty-first century.

We teach such skills in underdeveloped communities to achieve sustainable development and end poverty.

Skill development contributes to structural transformation and economic growth.

Feed a family

The feed a family project targets households that suffer from extreme poverty by providing monthly groceries