The Hope Factory
The Hope Factory’s Socio-Economic and Skills Development Programmes and Projects establishes business fundamentals, that aims to create local economic development impact in targeted townships and rural areas that increases economic activity at a community level.
About The Hope Factory
Through Training and Mentorship Programmes, THF has the ability to empower individuals with entrepreneurial skills. We give women and youth the ability to generate their own income and improve their living conditions through starting and operating their own small businesses.
Who we are
Registered as a Non-Profit Company in 2004, THF is an entity of the Learning and Development division of SAICA. THF is also a registered public benefit organisation, with a Level 1 B-BBEE rating.
The Hope Factory is SETA accredited and through this is able to implement New Venture Creations skills programmes - NQF Levels 2 and 4
Our core focus areas are:
- Personal (leadership) development
- Business skills development
- Financial skills development
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Companies can earn their Socio-Economic and Skills Development points on their B-BBEE Scorecard and receive a Section 18A certificate for tax deduction purposes.
Please note that all the Enterprise and Supplier Development programmes and activities that The Hope Factory used to offer are done by SAICA Enterprise Development.