Impact Case Studies
Project Alchemy Lefa La Rona Trust Case Study featured in Tshikululu Community Trust Benchmarking Report 2022
The Tshikululu Community Trust Benchmarking Report 2022 is a national report, marking a significant milestone as it showcases the innovative Alchemy and LLR methodologies.
This benchmarking study was produced by Tshikululu Social Investments, South Africa’s leading social investment fund manager and advisor, for Richards Bay Minerals (“RBM”). The aim of the study is to present examples of best practice in areas which can be used to strengthen the governance and the social development intent of the current RBM trusts.
As Alchemy matures in its role as a unique platform for creating meaningful progress towards thriving and sustainable communities, Lefa La Rona Trust looks at what is needed to facilitate a more coherent future for community development
How a better understanding of the nature of education challenges in rural communities can help target co-resourcing to address the NEET problem
Working towards delivering transformative change with key partners following a similar long term vision for thriving and sustainable rural communities
How Zenzele Itereleng’s co-resourcing of an initiative in the rural Eastern Cape is showing the way to achieving transformative development
Impact Case Study – Mobilising Over R 320 Million In Resources Through Strategic And Co-Resourcing Partnerships
Looking at Alchemy’s approach to resource mobilisation and examples of various initiatives that allowed a diverse group of partners to meaningfully contribute their unique resources
Impact Case Study – Leveraging A Highly Capable Strategy To Facilitate Developing Thriving And Sustainable Communities
How Alchemy defined its role as a development facilitator for 5,2 million people and the opportunities this offers for co-ordination, catalytic- and co-funding of initiatives
Exploring how Lefa La Rona Trust together with the Alchemy Community Development Trusts and Non-Profit Company strengthened their focus on transformative change at a community level