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Image: Community Chest: Building Dreams to Combat Tragedy. The tragedy of losing her father four years ago due to gang warfare cross fires while taking staff home in a company vehicle did not deter young Zeta

Upon hearing of Zeta’s plight, Community Chest Programme Manager Joan Daries contacted the school and family and got to know the circumstances intimately. Community Chest decided to sponsor a part of the cost of making this young woman’s life a little better after her painful tragedy.   Read More...


Image: Communtiy Chest supports Cape flats schools Thales SA donates R1,7 million to Community Chest to advance STEM futures of 6 Cape Flats schools

French engineering company Thales has partnered with Community Chest by donating R1,7 million to help six schools on the Cape Flats increase their Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) capabilities.This partnership has resulted in the schools improving their results dramatically over the last 3 years of this 5 year partnership.   Read More...


Image: Nelson Mandela Day 2016 Community Chest invites you to be part of an event to benefit thousands of South Africans on 18 July 2016
Join Community Chest as we celebrate Mandela Day, Monday July 18, by donating a blanket for the Bree Street Take Over. You and your colleagues can make a real difference to childrens’ lives on Mandela Day. The blankets will be donated directly to those in need. We’ll also be having entertainment by the Afrika Ablaze Dance Company.   Read More...

Image: Cry for Help to Keep Children Dry this Winter Cape Town, 5th July, 2016 – Community Chest, a non-profit organisation that identifies and supports community welfare initiatives, is calling for support and donations from businesses and individuals to help raise funds to provide over 2,000 pre-schoolers with much needed rain coats and wellington boots to help prevent high rates of absenteeism from school during winter.   Read More...

Image: Keeping Our Young Girls in School As South Africa engages the realities of Women’s Month 2015, the celebrations of the struggles of women for liberation and equality mask a painful and

As South Africa engages the realities of Women’s Month 2015, the celebrations of the struggles of women for liberation and equality mask a painful and hidden continuous struggle:  the struggle of the menstruating girl-child.  The Community Chest is tackling this problem head-on by making sure it is addressed and researched.    Read More...


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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