The Earth is in need of assistance. The human population has developed into a very wasteful species, not concerned with the long-term health of our planet, our home and our mother. Pollution fills the air, plastics clog the oceans and rivers, and non-renewable resources are being depleted at an exponential rate. The source of this, unfortunately always stems back to greed and a lack of respect and love for the miracle that He has provided for us on Earth.

Nature stands by and watches, helpless to our actions and is suffering the most. The beauty of the ecosystem and our ways are that they CAN be reversed and changed. Possibly not entirely in our generation, but if we are able to take hands with each other and the children of this land and guide them towards a better way of living, caring and conserving, there is hope for our beautiful continent and the planet still.

The size of the challenge at hand requires an equally sized and multi-angle solution. The following avenues have been identified for implementation to achieve Earth’s Call Foundation’s mission.

Provide the necessary tools and training to the youth, allowing them to break the cycle of waste and depletion of the worlds renewable resources. Giving them the freedom to generate a self-sustaining life through entrepreneurial means that does not require crime or the destruction of nature to survive. 

We aim to release these youth as equipped, educated and driven conservationist, civil servants and leaders of the next generation. Through these processes, we will generate and increase community employment, both directly and through income generating opportunities.


The Earth’s Call Foundation was established in 2016, taking the reins from the Autotec Foundation as a result of the sale of the Autotec Motor Dealership. The Autotec Foundation has a history dating back to its establishment in 2009 by Jeannine Ferreira. 

The Foundation operated and will continue to operate through Earth’s Call Foundation in rural schools outside the Kruger National Park, in the Numbi and Kabokweni areas. The Foundation also focuses on endangered species in the Kruger National Park and the issues arising when they escape the park boundaries.

Earth's Call Foundation is a self-funded, non-profit organisation, with a section 18 A, which has a 100% SED beneficiary for B-BBEE status. We do welcome monetary donations, in-kind donations, and volunteers if it's offered.

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