Our CSI Projects

At Inspirations Travel & Tours, we believe what we take out of tourism we must put back.
That is why we drive the following three pillars of our Corporate Social Initiatives:

• People & Communities    • Wildlife    • Environment

We support the following credible organizations and their philanthropic,
wildlife and environmental campaigns within South Africa.


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World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, races, ethnicity, or gender, they currently operate in 100 countries and has built a substantial experience base and competency in both development and emergency aid, impacting the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children by tackling the root causes of poverty.

World vision South Africa is inspired to see no child without health, without child protection, without education, without future employment.

They impact the most vulnerable children by identifying fragile and poverty stricken areas. An initial assessment is conducted in these areas and together with the community and community leaders, the highest priorities to bring about transformational development are determined. An implementation programme is then crafted which impacts directly on the children and the community in which they live.

World Vision South Africa was founded in 1967. they are committed to operate with funding from South Africa for South Africa and currently impact some 320 000 lives in 11 area programmes in 6 provinces.

Their work is funded through Child Sponsors as well as Individual and Corporate Development Partners, World Vision South Africa is a member of the World Vision Global Partnership, founded in the 1950s. This gives them access to an immense pool of experience and capability.

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Founding Statement
Project Rhino is an association of like-minded organisations, facilitating rhino conservation interventions aimed at eliminating rhino poaching and securing the white and black rhino populations of Kwa-Zulu Natal.

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The members of Project Rhino recognise that the work in conserving and protecting rhinos from the threat of poaching is symbolic of the broader threat faced by all wildlife and that all wildlife will will benefit from the actions taken by Project Rhino. The association is also aware that the poaching of rhino is symptomatic of the overall, bigger environmental crises facing South Africa and its neighbours.

What motivates us daily is the dream of both White and Black rhino species thriving in Kwa-Zulu Natal and far beyond – forever free, forever secure from poaching, well managed and protected. Today we strive to protect the world’s last remaining African Rhino species, so that tomorrow they will still continue to play their vital role in our continent’s irreplaceable and beautiful ecosystems, contributing to an ever-growing realisation of our fundamental reliance on the natural environment (and ALL it’s element) for our very basic needs. We honour their uniqueness as one of the primary icons of Africa’s great wilderness.

Zero tolerance to rhino poaching: Continually decrease the rate of poaching every year in South Africa.

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Priorities 2015 – 2019
Project Rhino’s collective approach to rhino anti-poaching is both proactive and reactive.

  1. Security
  2. Community engagement, education and awareness
  3. Legislation and Judiciary
  4. Lobbying and strategic relationships
  5. Fundraising and publicity


Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA) is a leading Section 21 Non-Profit Organisation that addresses food security, environmental sustainability, and greening. FTFA’s core purpose is to improve lives and landscapes towards healthy people on a healthier planet. Through FTFA, over 4.7 million trees have been planted, thousands of schools and community gardens have been developed and hundreds of market gardens and farms are supported.

FTFA’s vision is one where everyone can access nutritious, naturally grown food that promotes health and happiness. FTFA aims to help build a society made up of communities where ecosystems are preserved and an urban balance of biodiversity is restored through tree planting. This is a world where the people of Southern Africa are provided a sustainable livelihood that does not negatively affect the environment. Their vision works toward a point in time where people are educated, understand, and respect the link between the environment, themselves, and their prosperity.

Their ethos is one of efficiency, transparency, and accountability. FTFA runs its non-profit like a business / social enterprise and continues to innovate in the space.

Founding Objectives:

• Contribute to food security, greening, natural resource management, and sustainable business.

• Educate and train learners, teachers, and communities of Southern Africa.

• Promote environmental activities within all sectors of society.

• Promote sustainable economic development and enhance livelihoods.

• Build capacity and skills within agriculture, urban forestry, and climate change adaptation.

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The Way Forward with Inspirations Travel and Tours:

1. Inspirations Travel and Tours will drive, promote and onboard both inbound and outbound customers globally through our sales and marketing channels.

2. Based purely on a voluntary basis (customers must agree on billings) when raising invoices to customers, Inspirations Travel and Tourswill load a CSI Donation Contribution of R15,00 per person on each booking, which equates to:
a. 98 US Cents
b. 90 Euro Cents
c. 81 UK Pennies

3. The full R15,00 per person per booking (100% contribution, no admin fee) will go equally towards the three selected projects
a. World Vision = 33.33%
b. Project Rhino = 33.33%
c. FTFA = 33.33%

4. Within our reservations systems – Tour Plan – we have a separate costing line which assists us in keeping an audit record and ensures what we bill, we draw and pass over to the 3 respective organisations.

5. We will run an audit every quarter and pay over the monies to the 3 organisations.

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