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Aard Mining have adopted Tsakani Primary and built the school a fully equipped Grade R Facility which opened in July 2012.

ABSA have adopted three primary schools in Alexandra, Gauteng.

ABSA have adopted three primary schools in Alexandre, Gauteng.

Adreach regularly attend our Back to School Party and have generously pledged R500 000 worth of street pole advertising space for the Foundation for 2012/2013.

AMB support the Foundation through their regular attendance at our Back to School Parties.

Aon Benfield have adopted Kids Milestone School in Midrand and provided the school with a variety of much needed resources.

In July 2012, Barberton Mines officially opened Fairview Primary School, an entire new school for the Barberton Community.

The Barefoot Foundation is currently building a music and art classroom at Isu’lihle Primary School.

Beiersdorf Consumer Products have adopted one school through the Foundation.

Brait Foundation have adopted two schools through the Foundation.

Buco sponsor the Adopt-a-School Foundation with building materials to support a number of infrastructure projects nation-wide.

Capitec Bank donates R10 from every race ticket sold to support resources for an adopted school in each area the race visits.

Chartis Insurance have adopted two schools through the Foundation.

Cyril Ramaphosa is our chairman and founder.  He has formally adopted three schools through the foundation, in KZN and Limpopo.

DBSA have worked in 18 of our schools across the country focusing mainly on the building or renovation of ablution facilities.

Deloitte have adopted two schools in Gauteng through the Foundation.

EDCON have adopted one school through the Foundation.

Emjindini launch

On 16 January, Adopt-a-School Foundation handed over a fully equipped science laboratory to Emjindini Secondary School in Barberton, Mpumalanga. This is part of the first phase of a five year adoption programme in partnership with Barberton Mines, a subsidiary of Pan African Resources. Phase two of the programme is underway and comprises of the demolition of unsafe prefab structures, the building of eight classrooms and an ablution block. Barberton Mine’s future plans for the school include the provision of a library, computer laboratory, a school hall and perimeter fencing. The plight of Emjindini Primary School was bought to the attention of Barberton Mines in 2013 by the Emjindini Reunion Alumni, who were trying to garner support to improve the teaching conditions in their alma mater. Barberton Mines have already invested over R12 million in one of Emjindini’s main feeder schools, Fairview Primary School, by rebuilding the school in the Singqobile community, in an effort to bring quality primary school education closer to their mining community.

 

ETC Solutions

FeverTree Consulting have adopted two schools through the Foundation.  They also offer office administration and strategic planning support.

The Friends of Thabo Tona and Coca-Cola are a group of women from around the world who have raised funds to build Thabo Tona Primary School in Katlehong a beautiful new library.

Grandmark International have adopted Meadowlands Primary School in Gauteng.

Grindrod have adopted King Shaka High School in Umlazi, KZN and have done extensive work in the school.

The Grindrod family support Maphumezana Primary School in Umlazi Gauteng and have recently renovated the school.

The IDC have adopted 20 schools around the country in a five year committed to make an impact in schools

Invested have adopted Banksdrift High School in the Northern Cape. This school was built from the ground up by the Foundation and partners.

Investment Solutions have been involved in Thuthuzekani Primary School in Krugersdorp for a number of years and have supported the school through a number of interventions.

Dr James Motlatsi is one of the Foundations board members and founding members.  He has adopted three primary schools in the Morifi Village in Lesotho.

JP Morgan have adopted one school through the Foundation.

Kangra Coal regularly attend our Back to School Parties, and took part in our inaugural Back to School for a Day initiative at their adopted school, Vukubone High School.

Lafarge Education Trust have adopted 11 schools in Bodibe Village in North West and 26 schools in Mzimela Village in KZN where they do extensive work.

L’Oreal has adopted one school through the Foundation.

Merrill Lynch is one of our founding adopters and has adopted three schools through the Foundation.

Mondi have adopted three schools through the Foundation.

Mpact is a regular supporter of the Foundation’s Back to School Parties.  In 2013, in partnership with SA Teacher and PRASA, they are conducting a recycling and mathematics workshop for our schools in Mzimela, KZN.

Nedbank have adopted four schools through the Foundation.

Oxford University Press have adopted two schools through the Foundation.

Phumelelo Gaming and Leisure have adopted  four schools through the Foundation.

PPC has adopted two schools through the Adopt-a-School Foundation and also offered assistance to a number of other schools.

Putprop have adopted a school in Gauteng through the Foundation

RDC have adopted Mayibuye Primary School in Gauteng.

Saint Gobain construction company partnered with Adopt-a-School Foundation to implement special education-focused campaigns in celebration of their 350th anniversary

Sasria

A joint venture between Shanduka and Aggreko has led to the adoption of Escola Primaria Completa in Mozambique.  The adoption is an integral part of their efforts to ensure the local community realises sustained benefits from an interim gas-fired power plant project launched by the two companies in July 2012.

Shanduka Coal has adopted Vukubone High School in Mpumalanga.

Shanduka Group staff contribute on a monthly basis to Olifantsvlei Primary School. Shanduka matches these contributions and over the years significant.

Standard Bank Corporate and Investment Banking have adopted three schools through the foundation and were one of our founding adopters.

Vermont Sales have adopted Mvelaphanda Primary School in Tembisa, Gauteng. They have supported the school with the building of a Grade R Facility.

Vodacom has adopted one school through the Foundation.

VWSA have adopted two schools through the Adopt-a-School Foundation and have supported our Back to School Party since 2008.

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