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AVBOB Corporate Social Investment


Passport away from Poverty

AVBOB's Passport away from Poverty LENTEGEUR (Mitchells Plain). – This week, devoted parents and learners of West End Primary on the Cape Flats took possession of a "passport away from poverty" - namely, literacy, with open arms.
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Avbob Library Project

The AVBOB Foundation Is Helping Build Leaders Of Tomorrow Ezindlovini Primary School in rural Kwa Zulu Natal were the proud recipients of a brand new, fully stocked mobile library courtesy of the AVBOB Foundation. The official handover took place at the school on 10 October 2013. This is the 6th mobile school library donation this year and forms part of the AVBOB Foundation’s promise to uplift and empower 30 schools over a three year period.
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Avbob Library Project

Kwelerana Junior Secondary School’s New Library
BRAND NEW MOBILE LIBRARY FOR KWELERANA JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL On the 19th of September 2013, Kwelerana Junior Secondary School in Mthatha, Eastern Cape was the grateful recipients of the 6th mobile school library courtesy of the AVBOB Foundation.
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New Library

Batho Primary School gets a brand new library

There was a buzz of excitement on Wednesday 24th July as Batho Primary School in Bloemfontein received a brand new container library courtesy of AVBOB.
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Avbob Library Project

AVBOB FOUNDATION AND TOUCH AFRICA TEAM UP ON NATIONWIDE LIBRARY PROJECT
AVBOB have partnered with Touch Africa, embarking on a three year campaign to provide 30 mobile libraries to previously disadvantaged schools throughout the country.
South Africa has 12.3 million learners, 386 000 teachers and 26 292 schools (including 1098 registered independent or private schools). Roughly 6000 are high schools (grade 7 – 12) and the rest primary (grade 0 – 6).
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Mgcawezulu Junior Secondary School

AVBOB comes to the rescue of impoverished Transkei school
The Mgcawezulu Junior Secondary School is situated in the foothills of the Transkei, close to the coastal resort of Kob Inn, along the Wild Coast.
(GPS Co-ordinates S32 24.323 E28 37.956)
It is a small rural school which started off with a collection of mud huts without any formal infrastructure, ablution facilities or access to information. There are 85 children currently enrolled from Grade R through 5 with 7 teachers including the headmaster.
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olievenhoutbosch

AVBOB invests in HIV/AIDS project in Olievenhoutbosch
AVBOB is currently working with Touch Africa, a registered NPO, Red Cherry Media and SABC 1’s CSI platform “All for 1 and 1 for All” to assist previously disadvantaged communities while showcasing the organisation through the National Broadcaster.
In November 2011, AVBOB was able to hand over a completed project in Olievenhoutbosch.
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Winter Warmer

AVBOB helps to provide a home for a destitute 95 year old Grandmother

AVBOB recently established the AVBOB Foundation, which now manages our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSI) Programme. The company has been investing in communities since its inception ninety two years ago and the Foundation will now drive its outreach programmes as a corporate priority.
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olievenhoutbosch

On behalf of Touch Africa Rehabilitation, I extend my heartfelt thanks to you and your team for the incredibly generous donation of R45 000.00.

This money was utilised to provide furniture and household goods, including foodstuffs, for Ms Nkosi, a previously indigent lady in the Perdekop area.

Your donation made a significant difference to the recipient, ensuring that she now not only has a home to live in, but also has the basic amenities to make her house a home.
The recipients of the donation are 100% black.
I trust that we will be able to work together on future projects.


olievenhoutbosch


On behalf of Touch Africa Rehabilitation, I extend my heartfelt thanks to you and your team for the incredibly generous donation of R182 000.00 which was made as a Steering Committee member.

This money will be utilised to augment the Touch Africa administration budget, which in turn enables us to raise funding for various projects at 100% commitment to projects.

Recipients of Touch Africa projects are 100% black children from disadvantaged school communities.

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