Social initiatives start often with an individual who cares and is passionate about the community. They start from home or in a small space they can use. They often work from containers. Getting a place and facility, suited for their programme (often daycare, education and the likes), makes the world of difference. The programme then can attract government subsidies and sponsoring. It becomes sustainable and can grow. SEEtrust invests in creating facilities for social and entrepreneurial programmes.
- Princess Crossing Roodepoort: bought a facility for daycare, bakery, sewing and gardening; preparing the development of a primary school and daycare facility, and of 10 small business units.
- Rabie Ridge: designed new building for the daycare.
- Dobsonville: researching the possibility of taking over the local supermarket