Building Together.

The Wiltons

The Wiltons Foundation was born out of our ongoing work with Masakhane Combined School, in rural Mpumalanga. The more we worked with the school, the more it opened up the possibility of reaching further into the community. We found that we could contribute to systemic change by collaborating to enhance learning environments and, by implication, contribute to personal and community transformation.

The foundation is principled by the simple equation that “2 + 4 = 1”. In alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we believe that zero hunger (goal 2) and quality education (goal 4) combined are the most sustainable means to achieving no poverty (goal 1) for families and communities. So our focus is on goals 2 and 4.

The Foundation sees its role as a catalyst, facilitator and connector of stakeholders by creating bridges to develop unique solutions that are initiated and owned by communities, for communities.

Our Vision: 2 + 4 = 1.


Our Belief

We believe that in its true nature, B-BBEE can be used as a tool for true transformation and we actively seek like-minded clients and partners with whom we can grow, build and make a difference. 


Our Purpose

Through our non-profit arm of the business, we play our part, however small, in trying to advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We do this by engaging and collaborating with community, clients and strategic partners who share our passion for sustainability. 

Project Stories.

Mpumalanga, South Africa:
Over the last 5 years, we have worked with Masakhane Combined School (MCS) and various strategic stakeholders and partners on specific projects in the region. These include improving physical infrastructure, mentoring, supporting library services, and assisting with the community’s digital connectivity.

We have developed a deepening relationship with the school and surrounding community, working for the betterment of educators, students and families alike. MCS has allowed us an opportunity to engage with key stakeholders to map out the various needs and available resources so we can work together to address some of the challenges facing the community.

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Project Stories.

Chihota, Zimbabwe: From seeds to sustainability.

The work of the Foundation has developed further across South African borders into the rural plains of rich Zimbabwean soil where, through combined efforts, a crop farm has been established.

Working alongside a passionate farmer and pastor, our vision is to see a fully integrated farming operation come into fruition and be the first of many future agricultural projects.

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