SUPPORT AISCR IN MAKING A DIFFERANCE
Why Support AISCR
Your support to AISCR is fundamental to supply chain managment advancement in Africa. Through your support, you are contributing to the vital work of the research institute and the advancement of SCM capacity, career development and improving policy decisions for efficient service delivery and the realisation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Ways to Support AISCR
There are many ways in which individuals and organisations can contribute to help fund AISCR research and training activities. No matter the amount, your contribution is valued immensely, as it brings us one step closer to our goal of shaping the African continent.
Find below categories and options that have been tailored for your support. We are open for discussion if you have a specific sponsorship requirement.
- Public Procurement for Inclusive Economic Development
- Accountability & Good Governance
- Infrastructural Development
- Emerging Supply Chain Issues:
- Covid-19 & its Impact on Supply Chains
- Digitalisation & Emerging Technologies
- Supply Chain Sustainability
- Skills and Capacity Development Programme
- Accelerated Postgraduate Capacity Development Programme
- Executive roundtable
- Research Support Webinar Series
- Supply Chain Management Game Changers Series
- Public lecture & Seminar
- Conference proceedings
- Book/book chapter
- White paper
- Master’s student
- Doctoral student
- Field worker
- Research expert
- Graduate intern
- Postdoctoral fellow
- Visiting professor
- Value chain
- Public procurement
- Public-private partnerships
- Operations and production
Donate to AISCR
Your generosity enables AISCR to turn our research into action and create that support supply chain scholarly advancement, roll out innovative research programs, build capacity thereby providing solutions to today’s pressing supply chain challenges.
DID YOU KNOW?
AISCR is a registered Public Benefit Organisation with Section 18A status in South Africa. By donating to AISCR you may qualify for Section 18A Tax Exemption Certificate. This means that your donation can be claimed as a qualifying deduction on your Income Tax return.
Non-profit and independent
As a registered not-for-profit research institute, we rely on sponsorships, grants, donations and proceeds from contract and commissioned projects to fund our public benefit activities.
About Section 18A Certificate
For all donations received, Section 18A Certificates can be awarded. Certificates can be presented to the South African Revenue Service (SARS) for further tax relief. Section 18A of the Income Tax Act No 58 of 1962 (the Act) allows donors to deduct donations made to registered Section 18A organisations from their taxable income (limiting such deductions to 10% of the taxable income of both corporate entities and individuals).