Purpose and activities of the Wild Ride Education Company (WREC)
WREC’s primary purpose is raise funds for educational purposes. Fund raising is reliant on donations by individuals, non-government trusts, benefactors and corporate South Africa.
These educational purposes specifically include building school classrooms, providing classroom infrastructure (desks, chairs, blackboards, toilets, ablutions, fencing and offices), and supplying teaching aids, including but not limited to blackboards, small libraries and teaching aids / materials.
The funds raised are used solely for these educational purposes. WREC has no administration costs and all work done by it’s directors and associates is on a volunteer basis. 100% of all funds raised by WREC are therefore channeled into the purpose.
The funds are deployed in communities in the Eastern Cape, and specifically along the section of this province generally known as the Wild Coast.
The company is based in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal. Michael Clark is the founder and CEO of the Wild Ride Education Company.
- A Section 21 company incorporated under the Companies Act, company registration number 2005/043851/08.
2. Registered as a Public Benefit Organisation with Department of Social Services, PBO reference number 57-568.
3. Registered under Section 18A of the Income Tax Act, thereby enabling the donor to deduct donations to WREC for income tax purposes. This means that donations made to WREC are tax deductible in the hands of the donee. You and/your company can get a tax deduction for any monies you donate to WREC. You will receive a S18A receipt for all donations.
How can you help….?
WREC is first and foremost a fundraising company. We therefore appeal to all individuals, trustees, donors, corporate South Africa and anyone who wants to invest money into poor communities and assist them to become more self-sufficient.
With WREC, you have the opportunity to do just that. We are a proven company. We have credibility. We can show you a proven track record of delivery, we have classrooms actually built and being occupied, and we have follow-up programs to ensure communities use their new classrooms as intended.
Follow this link to view our most recent donation to Zithulele Primary School in December 2019 https://youtu.be/KoMUAHTn42A
Donations can be made to:
Wild Ride Education Company
Nedbank current account
Account # 1469 158 701
Branch code 146905
WREC: Classrooms built
Special thanks to Rob Gibb and his team from ELANGENI BUILDINGS who do an incredible job of building their modular classrooms in an incredible four to six weeks, making our dreams a reality.