WPN’s Educational Trust grants bursaries to previously underprivileged female students pursuing education in the property business. Since 2008, WPN has given approximately 90 bursaries to female students.
The core responsibility of CoJ is to uplift communities and address socio-economic problems. And one of the problems it’s addressing is to increase the literary rate among its citizens. It offers the City of Johannesburg bursary to a certain number of students who need financial aid for their education every year.
SAPOA Bursary Fund aims to support deserving students who will provide a valuable contribution to the association and its members by awarding educational funding through the SAPOA Bursary Scheme. The recipients of the bursary scheme shall be BBBEE defined Black people including Africans, Coloureds and Indians, who are citizens of the Republic of South Africa.