Women’s Trust


Who We Are

In 2016 the three FEMALE partners registered the “Bizmod Women Empowerment Trust”. The Women’s Trust was born from the belief that good fortune and expertise should be shared, – “By uplifting others, we uplift ourselves”.

We believe that real growth and prosperity can only be achieved through the entrepreneurial development and empowerment of girls and women. Equipping them with valuable skills and a sense of self-worth will serve them well in both their personal and professional lives.

We invest time and money in the growth of our partners. Ultimately, our goal is to provide meaningful support with sustainable impact.

The trust partners are selected using the following criteria:
– Development of Women Entrepreneurship
– Children & Education
– Personal development (Meaningful contribution & impact)

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In line with this we have partnered with two organisations that make a difference in their communities:

Africa Food for Thought and SAME Foundation in partnership with Letsibogo Girls High School.


Africa Food for Thought is a public benefit, volunteer-driven organisation. They aim to provide food security for more than 18 000 children in Western Johannesburg, supporting their education. They assist 15 schools, 25 informal crèches, three community projects and 125 families with orphaned or vulnerable children. They also support local crèche’s in informal settlements by providing a safe, structured environment for early childhood development.

SAME Foundation’s mission is to create an environment where quality health care and education is available to everyone. They are also responsible for the health and education of over 85% of South Africa’s population. Their track record of completing over 100 projects in the last 17 years shows our dedication to uplift communities through strategic projects. In collaboration with SAME Foundation, Bizmod Women’s Trust renovated the computer lab at Letsibogo Girls’ secondary school and facilitated the addition of another computer lab to the school’s infrastructure, enabling the school to cater to all students’ CAT education needs.


Jessica Tandy - Executive Director

Jessica Tandy

Duduzile Schalk

Duduzile Schalk