The Road Accident Fund's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an integration of social, environmental and economic contribution towards our society. Our CSR strategy is aligned to the RAF's core business objectives and South African government's socio-economic and development priorities. Our CSR describes the broader solution to triple - bottom line of profit, people and planet. 

As a proud and responsible corporate citizen, our programmes seek to enforce a sustainable contribution and meaningful participation for all designated vulnerable groups. We consider applications that are within the socio-economic transformation and BBBEE agenda. 

The CSR initiatives are channelled towards five (5) focus areas, namely: 

  • Health/Post Crash Care
  • Poverty Alleviation
  • Skills Development
  • Strategic Interventions
  • Employee Volunteerism Program


Funding is granted to non-profit organisations and community-based organisations. All qualifying proposals are submitted to the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee for adjudication.

The following activities/initiatives are excluded from RAF CSR funding:

  • Any projects implemented to support or endorse any specific religious doctrine;
  • Any projects implemented to support or endorse any specific political party;
  • Any projects directly benefiting RAF employees and Board members; and
  • Any projects directly benefiting an individual.


Qualifying organisations can apply for grant funding by submitting applications to: or by post to: The CSR Manager: Eco glades 2, 420 Witch-hazel Ave, Private Bag X178, Centurion, 0046.

For all CSR enquiries: Please contact the Corporate Social Responsibility Unit at 012 621 1600.



 CSR Initiatives


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