Donation of Art works
Ifa Lethu has 'repatriated' over 400 artworks since inception in 2005. This has been made possible by the generosity of our donors. The donations of heritage art has spanned decades of South Africa history, shown how struggle artists can and do play a significant role in changing a nation and the global perceptions of that nation, and heal a nation’s soul. If you wish to donate any art works to Ifa Lethu, even your own work, please complete the form or contact us at email@example.com
The Ifa Lethu Collection has traveled across the globe and shared the messages and visions of our struggle artists with thousands of visitors and young people and provided inspiration to many. Ifa Lethu would like to thank our donors for their unselfish and generous giving of beloved artworks – whether it be entire collections or a single prized piece.
In addition, our funders are our lifeblood. Whether private or corporate, governments or individuals, the monies or time and materials donated have made it possible for Ifa Lethu to train crafters to be world class, learners to find their creativity, and emerging artists to increase their skills and find their feet. In all cases, this has opened doors to recognition and the ability for creative people to play a significant role in the national economy and to feed their families. If you would like to become an Ifa Lethu funder, fund a project or as an individual, make a small donation to the Foundation, please complete the form below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchase Crafts and Artworks
Ifa Lethu takes orders on behalf of our emerging artists as well as our crafters. If you would like to purchase them individually, or as a corporate order please contact us directly. We are in the process of completing our on-line shop to make this process simple and efficient. In the meantime we can send you our catalogue and/or browse our Emerging Entrepreneurs section Please email email@example.com. To view our catalogues, please go here.
“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” ― Winston S. Churchill