SANPARKS develop, protect, expand, manage and promote a system of sustainable national parks that represents natural and cultural heritage assets, through innovation, excellence, responsible tourism and just socio- economic benefit for current and future generations.
National Sea Rescue Institute’s rescue stations are manned by over 1300 volunteers who are on call 24/7, ready to respond to water-related emergencies. They have a core staff operating from their Head Office in Cape Town, and a number of full and part-time water-safety educators, marketers, lifeguards and call-centre staff working off site.
As an organisation, they are committed to transparency, transformation, diversity and sustainability in everything they do. They are agile in their approach to change, offer a professional service, and remain ahead of the curve when it comes to providing their volunteers with world-class training and the latest equipment available to support their life-saving work.
The Canoeing Athlete Support Fund was founded in 2020 to provide financial tour support to Junior athletes, selected for National representation in any of the canoeing disciplines. Recognised as an independent initiative and administered by a Board of Trustees, CASF aims to lend support to the parents & athletes by easing the financial burden of self-funded tour costs and competition participation. CASF is financed through fund raising events and donations.
Since 1958 Fish Hoek Surf Lifesaving Club has been an iconic institution of the Fish Hoek community through its volunteering services throughout the summer.
Fish Hoek is one of the strongest competing clubs in the country and known around the world for producing world class athletes especially in surf ski paddling.