Help us make mindfulness more accessible

Your donations go towards:

Helping us make mindfulness more accessible. Your contribution will go towards our various projects, such as :

  • Bursaries to participate in the 2-year university-based certification in mindfulness-based interventions. The bursaries comprise either 50% or 100% of tuition, supervision and retreat fees and a contribution to travel costs and technical assistance, if needed.
  • Developing community-based projects making mindfulness more accessible and relevant.
  • Bursaries to attend mindfulness conferences and symposia.

For enquiries about your donation or our donation process, please contact us.

Lynne Gordon

Operations Officer

“Let me know how I can help”

Phone: +27 83 455 5707

Watch these interviews with past and current bursary recipients to learn how your donation has impacted their lives and their communities.

Thobi Zulu is an IMISA board member. She teaches meditation in Vosloorus, a township
outside Johannesburg, particularly providing black women with access to this life-changing practice that has made an indelible mark in her own life.

Mbuyiselo Yanta, an IMISA board member, is interviewed by Thobi Zulu. Mbuyi delivers various programmes that support and mentor young people in Cape Town townships.

Father Lubabalo Mguda, a Catholic priest in Gqeberha (formerly known as Port Elizabeth), is interviewed by Thobi Zulu. Father Lubabalo has introduced mindfulness to his parish, and to African clergy on sabbatical in South Africa.

Donate using PayFast as Payment Method

Your donations make it possible for us to offer bursary funds, scholarships and various initiatives throughout the year to make the study of contemporary mindfulness more accessible in South Africa.

Donate via Bank EFT:

Bank Name:
Standard Bank

Account Name:
Institute for Mindfulness South Africa Bursary Fund

Branch Name: Thibault Square
Branch Code: 020909

Cheque Account Number:
07 038 774 5

Swift Code: SBZA ZA JJ

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Your donations make it possible for us to offer bursary funds, scholarships and various initiatives throughout the year to make the study of contemporary mindfulness more accessible in South Africa.