• Organization TypeAdvocacy NGO


amandla.mobi is an independent, community advocacy organisation that seeks to build a more just and people-powered Mzansi. To do this They are working to turn every cell phone into a democracy building tool so that no matter where you live; what language you speak or what issue you care about, you can take action with others. amandla.mobi members from across the country come together at critical moments to take targeted, co-ordinated and strategic action to make real change. Their job is to connect you up with others, so that your voice has more impact and power to hold political and corporate interests to account. amandla.mobi is a non-profit company and relies on the financial support of members who fund specific campaigns or give a small amount each week, as well as grants from donors. As an independent organisation, they do not accept funding from political parties, government and corporates. amandla.mobi's office is based in Johannesburg, with staff in both Gauteng and the Western Cape. They have active members in every province of South Africa.  amandla .mobi is working not only to be a people driven movement, but people funded as well. To ensure their independence, and accountability to their members, They are working hard to ensure each year they are increasingly funded by their members, not big donors. Their plan is to be majority funded by every day people in Mzansi by 2020. Whether it’s a R5 airtime donation, or a R1000 monthly donation. The amandla .mobi community holds leaders in corporations, the media, government and public institutions to account, therefore they do not accept funding from companies, any of their government departments, political parties or other institutions, so that they are free and independent to challenge power. In addition to small donations from amandla.mobi members, to help get amandla .mobi up and running, they researched and applied for grants from values aligned organisations. 
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Contract Awards

Provision of Core Funding

David and Elaine Potter Foundation