How Does Feenix Work?

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Feenix is a crowdfunding platform that was formed as a response to #feesmusfall in 2015 and 2016.

This platform has done an outstanding job thus far and has grown.

This is how they work...


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Feenix believes that education should not solely rely on wealth, as it is a platform that is committed to breaking down the digital barriers that exist so that everyone has equal opportunities for growth.

Established as a crowdfunding platform in response to #feesmusfall in 2015 and 2016, the platform has helped many students secure funding. 

“We wanted to be part of the solution when we realized that there weren't enough resources sitting with the government in order to make free education a reality,” said Feenix student engagement manager, Kathy Jean Peterson.

This tech crowdfunding platform connects students who need funds and donors that want to pay it foward.

Minimum requirements to register on Feenix:
Citizenship Criteria:
South African citizen
Permanent Residence
Refugee/Asylum seeker

Course Criteria:
Any field of study
Any year of study (Undergraduate & Postgraduate)
Graduates with bad debt
Academic excellence NOT a criteria

Financial Criteria:
Household income under R600k
Students with historical and/or current debt (including students who have graduated)

NB: Must be registered at Public University

How does it work for Students?

Create a profile on the feenix.org platform, and upload the following documents:

- an official fee statement not older than 30 days and on the official university letterhead

- a certified ID copy

- a clear, recent and, appropriate profile picture

- your aspirational story/biography and/or YouTube video

Once your profile has been verified, you can start your fundraising campaign by sharing your profile with your community and asking them for donations via email, social media, or word of mouth.

For further information about Feenix, click here.


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