If you are living in South Africa, supporting us is a easy as swiping a card when you shop! In order for us to complete our registration, we require 50 physical application forms. For now, we are not listed as a beneficiary on the MySchool website, but as soon as we have the application forms in, we can start earning from the rewards. For more information about what a MySchoolMyPlanetMyVillage card is, please click here To help us complete our registration, please download the PDF below, complete and return the form to us. You can have up to 3 beneficiaries on one card, so you will not have stop supporting any of the other organisations you already have as a beneficiary. You can also choose to change your beneficiary with the form below. Our beneficiary name is Jane Goodall's Roots&Shoots SA
We require funds to cover the costs of our facilitators, the learning material and resources, outings and field trips, venues and refreshments, equipment, resources for our food garden and greening programmes and to recognise those who achieve the targeted outcomes of each programme. To run a year-long programme in a Community with 100 children costs between R3000 and R5000 a child (depending on the type of facilities that are available). Donors can fund a group of children or funds can be directed towards specific activities. Donations in funds or in kind are greatly appreciated.
Socio Economic Development (SED) Points on the BEE Scorecard
To score full points for Socio Economic Development on the BEE Scorecard, companies need to make contributions to programmes or initiatives that are both compliant with the BEE Codes of Good Practice and that develop and grow legitimate beneficiaries.
Roots & Shoots is both and is an excellent example of a programme that has sustainable development as a goal. Participants on the programme are monitored and tracked so that we are able to supply details of specific beneficiaries and outcomes of all programmes.
We would value the opportunity to discuss how BEE/CSI Funds could be used to support our programmes and in doing so, would support the work of Dr Jane Goodall and her team in South Africa. All the necessary documentation will be provided to ensure that contributors are awarded the necessary BEE points.