Baobab – R1 Million and above.
The baobab tree is restricted to hot, dry woodland on stony, well-drained soils, in frost free areas that receive low rainfall. In South Africa, it is found only in the warm parts of Limpopo Province. Your donation will have a lasting impact on Africa’s people.
In its native habitat, the tree is usually found in rich soils along rivers and in mixed woodlands. The bark is green, yellow to orange and exfoliate in papery strips to reveal the yellow inner bark. Like all other figs, it contains latex. Your donation is much needed and will bring so many benefits to poor communities.
The single stemmed tree with a wide spreading crown grows mostly at low altitudes and open woodland. It is a protected tree in South Africa. Possibly Africa’s most valuable tree – its sweet fruits providing nourishment for many. Your donation will help sustain a number of people.
The Leadwood is a protected tree in South Africa. Radiocarbon dating, done in South Africa, has established that a leadwood tree can live up to 1040 +/- 70 years and subsequently remain standing for years after the tree has died. Something your donation will help do.
The common name of ‘Weeping boer-bean’ is derived from the abundant nectar produced by the flowers. The tree is the one with the most beautiful red flowers. Your contribution will help make someone stand tall.
It is a large deciduous tree found mostly in the savannas of Africa. Jackals are fond of the fruits, hence the common names Jackalberry trees often grow on termite mounds, preferring deep alluvial soils, but not uncommon on the savanna on sandy soils. Your donation will help to enrich someone’s life.
The name ‘xantophloea’ is derived from Greek and means “yellow bark”. The common name, Fever tree, comes from its tendency to grow in swampy areas Your donation will enhance the unique qualities of many underprivileged people.
Knob-thorn is found in savanna regions from West Africa to South Africa. A beautiful and stately tree that protects itself with the prickly knobs on its trunk. Your donation will help individuals safeguard themselves from ignorance.
It grows in open mixed woodland on sandy soils. With its pale grey-green leaves and spreading crown, this beautiful bushveld tree is used both medicinally and for building huts. Your generosity will help to build someone’s life.
Your gift makes it possible to bring water, health, education and job opportunities to local people who otherwise would never have had the opportunity to share in a healthy, prosperous, sustainable future
Bank: First National Bank
Branch code: 250655
Account holder: The Timbavati Foundation
Account number: 6266 0565 832
Account type: Cheque
SWIFT CODE: FIRNZAJJXXX
TRUST NUMBER: IT1863/2009
PBO NUMBER: 930031721