EthicsSA is a not-for-profit organisation receiving its income from a series of sources:
EthicsSA was started through a substantial founding grant from the Merck Company Foundation - with the intention that EthicsSA will become self-sustaining through other income streams in the longer term. This grant came to an end in 2010. EthicsSA is seeking to secure further grant funding for various ethics capacity building initiatives.
We increasingly receive funding from international donors for ethics related projects in South African and on the rest of the continent.
Donor members include Exxaro and Medi-Clinic Ltd.
EthicsSA offers both individuals and organisations membership at the cost of an annual subscription fee.
To find out more about membership and the benefits thereof, please click here
EthicsSA offers organisations a number of consultancy services to assist them with implementing Ethics Programmes. Click here for more
EthicsSA presents ethics training courses to the public and private sectors.
For an overview of our current range of ethics training services, please click here
EthicsSA assesses the ethics risk, ethics performance and ethical culture of organisations with its own uniquely development assessment instruments.