Welcome to Africa’s 1st digital charity space where everyday givers are readily available for everyone in need of support and intervention directly.
How It Works
NOTE: No cash, only items donation goes to Beneficiary or Community. Donors attend to the needs of others by servicing the request tickets emanating via the Vendor’s interface. Meaning, a Beneficiary or NGO goes shopping at Vendor’s Shop and the Donor pays for the item (Feeding, Clothing, Health, Education, Shelter and Welfare).
There are 4 categories of users on the Humanity portal. – Donor | Beneficiary | Vendor | NGO
Concerning NGOs, GivFree Africa is currently using GivFree Africa Volunteers (GAV Members) in place of Community-Based Organisations as local NGOs. All Volunteers that are granted permission to work as CBOs are called Uncle or Aunty GivFree in their immediate communities. Click here to read more on Uncle or Aunty GivFree in your Community.
How It Works
Each User Creates Account & Edits Profile ensures that Preferences are properly set.
Each of the User’s interface has peculiar features:
– Donor has a “Fund Wallet” feature which is used for funding Humanity Wallet. – Check the breakdown of funds to see and agree with the terms.
– Beneficiary has the “Create Ticket” feature which is used in generating Request/Support Ticket.
– NGO also has the “Create Ticket” feature to be used in generating Request/Support Ticket on behalf of the Community of Beneficiaries.
– Vendor has a “Withdraw” feature that is used for pulling out the money that accrued from the supplies of goods & services that were all paid by Donors.
To access intervention or support from Donor, here are stages:
Stage 1: Ticket Creation
An individual Beneficiary or NGO must Create a Request/Support Ticket. The ticket creation takes them to the Vendor’s interface (shop). It is a shopping platform where items for sale are displayed.
NOTE: Beneficiary or NGO can access Vendors Shops that are within their preferential settings.
Stage 2: Ticket Approval
Any ticket created must be Approved for Funding by the Vendor – It means, Vendor must check the request made and ensure items are available, accurate and prices are okayed before forwarding the bill to the Donor.
Stage 3: Ticket Funding
A donor can only be able to Fund Tickets that are APPROVED (in Blue) & Forwarded by Vendors. It is a case of a bill made available for Beneficiary, instead, it is forwarded to Donor.
Ticket Status can be PENDING (in Red) if it is not approved by a Vendor, Ticket can be FUNDED when settled by Donor.
All items on Funded (Green) Tickets are released immediately by the Vendor to Beneficiary or NGO.
Please note that NGO’s Ticket is detailed with names and contact information/numbers of where items are destined to of r the purpose of tracking the items donated. Donors are advised to double-check their donations through the information.
No Vendor No Support Ticket!
WE ADVISED BENEFICIARIES AND NGOs TO ENCOURAGE VENDORS (SHOP-OWNERS) IN THEIR COMMUNITIES OR LOCATIONS TO SIGN UP ON GIVFREE AFRICA’S HUMANITY PORTAL JUST TO MAKE THINGS EASY FOR THEM. IF YOU HAVE NO VENDOR IN YOUR LOCATION, THERE WILL BE NO SUPPORT TICKET TO BE CREATED NOR FUNDED!
At Givfree Africa, we believe that today’s learning increases tomorrow’s earning. We invite you to give free new and used books to the African child.
The United Nations World Food Programme expects the number of hungry people globally to reach 840 million people by 2030. Help us tackle this menace one meal at a time by furnishing food request tickets from beneficiaries.
Clothing represents one of the basic needs of every human being with a direct reflection on the right to dignity. That is why we welcome your contributions to our regular clothing drives for the poor.
GivFree Africa partners with health care professionals to provide subsidized health care in impoverished communities. This critical health care intervention is driven by donors.
SIGN ON PORTALS – JOIN US
Our donors are mission-driven persons and organizations who come from diverse backgrounds such as state governments, international organizations, the private sector, and other sources.
Their charitable contributions help ensure the seamless delivery of Givfree Africa interventions.
Our beneficiaries are those individuals or communities eligible to benefit from the charity intervention services that Givfree Africa offers. They come from all works of life and they bring a unique perspective to any discussion about the success of each intervention effort, especially through their interactions from the receiving end of our services.
We provide a network for local Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Community Based Organizations (CBOs) to support each other to attain collective and specific needs.
They are end providers of various services such as bookstores, clothing stores, restaurants, pharmacies, departmental stores, etc. Each vendor on the platform serves other stakeholders using request tickets for a sale.
Each of these specified users starts by signing up on the Givfree Africa platform.