Charity Details

In the UK

Registered charity No: 1094388

Rainbow Mission Trust GoGo Account

Name of the Bank: CAF Bank Ltd

Address of the Bank: 25 Kings Hill Ave, Kings Hill, West Mailing, Kent ME19 4JQ

Sort Code: 40-52-40

Account:  00013641

In South Africa

NPO SA 90021162 GoGo Trust

Name of the Bank: Standard Bank

Address of the Bank: Centre 1, Pickering Street, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth 6045. South Africa: Tel 041 391 2711

Sort Code: 05-00-17

Account Number: 083 829 121


Mrs C Pinnar,

Taxwise Newton Park, 50 Fifth Avenue,

Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, South Africa  6055, Postal address.


PO Box 7267, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, 6055

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The GoGo Trust is a Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) which is registered as a Non Profit Organisation(NPO) in South Africa  and with the Charity Commission in the United Kingdom.





Mr Gavin Brettenny:

Gavin is married to Bev, they live in Port Elizabeth in South Africa and have two teenage sons. Gavin in a qualified teacher who served both on the Eldership of Harvest Christian Church and as Headmaster of Harvest Christian School . He currently works for ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) . He works mainly in Africa and Europe and is currently undertaking a PhD in Education.




Miss Salome de Klerk :

Salome is a qualified nursing sister who has specialised in Primary Health Care. She is s senior nursing sister who manages a clinic based in the township communities of Port Elizabeth South Africa.






Mr Alfonso Wessels:

Alfonso is married to Adri and they have two sons. Allfonso and his family worked as missionaries in Kenya for over eight years. They relocated to South Africa where Alfonso serves as Missions Pastor for Harvest Christian Church.





Dr Sharron Frood:

Is the founding director of the GoGo Trust. Sharron is a pardiatric nurse from the UK who moved to South Africa in 2002 to begin working with AIDS orphans in Kwazakhele Township in Port Elizabeth. Sharron moved home to the UK in 2009 and had just completed a PhD with the title “Strategies to provide care and support to children who are AIDS orphans living in township communities in South Africa.” Sharron is currently in the UK working to expand the profile and support of the GoGo Trust and writing articles for peer review journals. She has travelled in the UK and Europe speaking at meetings and conferences promoting the activities of the “GoGo Trust.”