Projects & Events

Like most NPOs, our government funding covers a very small amount of our budget to support our programmes and projects.

We rely on the support of our community and the much needed funds raised by our events. You haven’t experienced everything a Plett summer holiday has to offer if you have not attended our very popular Summer Challenge Family Sporting event.

All the proceeds raised go to the children and families we support.


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Hearing the Call


Time To Sign


DANCE WITH ME - Disability Awareness



Golf Day Sabrina Love

Sabrina Love Golf Day

6th September 2024

Our annual Golf Day brings the local community together to raise vital funds to support our programmes and projects.

It is amazing to see a sea of Sabrina Love pink across the greens. Sabrina’s flag flies high as the golfers, competitively, although all in the name of fun, take their best shots.

Hearing the Call

Hearing the Call

16th – 18th September 2024

The dates for the 3rd Hearing the Call Outreach are set!  If you, your child or any member of your family need a hearing assessment or  hearing aids and you are unable to afford this essential service, you are more than welcome to join us on 16th and 17th September 2024 in Plett and 18th September 2024 in Knysna.

Sabrina Love Summer Challenge

Sabrina Love Summer Challenge

27th – 30th December 2024

Four magical days of cycling, running and beach events to be enjoyed by families and friends in the natural beauty of Plettenberg Bay. Garden Route locals and holiday visitors look forward to this annual fundraising event that attracts thousands of participants from around South Africa.


I wouldn’t change you for the world, but I would change the world for you.


The Sabrina Love App

This project, in collaboration with MAGNITUDE, aims to enhance our efficiency, outreach and impact.  It is providing a single digital platform to document all interventions, a communication network with parents to ensure a 24 hour approach to therapy and an important data collection platform to prove efficacy and improve our service provision.

Hearing the Call

Hearing The Call

This exciting collaboration, in partnership with Entheos and Coure Care, has resulted in 2 very successful hearing loss outreaches in the Plett and Knysna areas.  We work together with a team of audiologists and volunteers from the USA to test for and fit hearing aids to as many people in the community in need.  

These outreaches have seen hundreds of children and adults leave with hearing screening, wax removal, the diagnosis and treatment of ear infections and the fitting of free state of the art hearing aids if they need them.

Read our H.I.P. 2022 Report for more information.

project dance with me

Dance with me

Disability Awareness…

The Sabrina Love Foundation joined hands with Lunch Box Theatre and The Lubner Family Foundation to present this interactive theatrical show in 20 schools within the Bitou and Knysna. The story told is of Tammy, a young girl starting a new school in a wheelchair.

The themes of acceptance, kindness, overcoming barriers, changing attitudes and of course inclusivity are explored with learners and teachers. This moving show has been so well received and as part of our disability awareness campaign, did much to shift the hearts of so many learners and teachers.

Watch the video for more…

Paediatric outpatient clinics Sabrina Love


One of our most impactful initiatives of 2023 is in collaboration with the local George and Knysna Provincial Paediatric Team.

To increase efficiency and successful treatment of our disabled children with complex medical needs, this wonderful team agreed to see children at our Therapy Centre. Together with parents and the therapists treating these children, the doctors are able to plan and administer treatment in an expedited manner.

We are so grateful for the open-mindedness of these medical professionals to develop this new service with us.

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Time to Sign

Time to Sign is a project that evolved directly from our Hearing Impairment Programme.  We have a large number of Deaf and Hearing Impaired Learners and some of whom are included in mainstream education. 

We recognised the need for these children, their families, their teachers and the general community to learn South African Sign Language.  We have 2 Deaf Learner Facilitators and our Team is dedicated to learning and communicating in sign.  SASL was recognised as the 12th official South African Language in 2023. 

Time to Sign is broadcast weekly on our social media platforms so our followers can learn sign language in manageable chunks.  Make sure to follow up on Facebook and Instagram. 

The Time to Sign videos are also on our Youtube channel.  We would love you to learn to sign alongside us!

Diversity is a fact. Equity is a choice. Inclusion is an action.  Belonging is an outcome.