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Corporate Social Investment

Kingdomslots contributed to 12 provincial beneficiaries contributing towards health, education and community development in KwaZulu-Natal.

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2019

KwaThintwa School for the Deaf

Contributed R102 900

Kwa Thintwa School for the Deaf was opened in February 1981 and have learners from the age of 3 to age 20. All the learners live with a loss of hearing and use South African sign language to communicate. The school currently has 360 full time learners that board at the school. Most of the learners’ hail from different areas throughout KZN, many from distant rural settings. The parents of most of the learners are economically disadvantaged and experience much difficulty meeting their financial obligations to the school (school fees and hostel fees)

For eight consecutive years, the school has achieved a 100% pass rate in Matric but the success by the class of 2018 is even sweeter as one its pupils was recently named among the top matriculants of 2018.

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Pietermaritzburg Agency for Community Social Action

Contributed R100 000

The Pietermaritzburg Agency for Community Social Action (PACSA) is a 40-year-old Non-Profit Organisation (NPO), established in 1979. PACSA provide economic support and guidance to community projects which are run mostly by women. They currently have 11 agricultural and youth empowerment community projects within the uMgungundlovu District. Kingdomslots contributed towards their Sustainable Livelihoods Programme which assist communities with farming and communal gardens. This project involves women and men at community levels involved in food production, using agro-ecology, and livelihoods creation for themselves and their wider communities.

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Gcinamasiko

Contributed R81 603

Gcinamasiko is a non-profit organisation committed to promoting literacy in our country, especially through the wing of NOZINCWADI - Mother of Books Literacy Campaign which was started in 2001 by Dr. Gcina Mhlophe.  Over the years they have visited hundreds of schools in all nine provinces of South Africa.  They have donated books, shared empowerment workshops with teachers and librarians, helped the up and coming storytellers and writers. And more recently, they have focused more on our home province KwaZulu Natal.

This Mandela Day we visited KwaMyeza Primary School in Mpumalanga (Hammarsdale), a school that was targeted by Gcinamasiko to set up a library full of books for the learners. We went in the morning to help paint the walls, put up the tiles on the floor so to help Gcinamasiko transform a room into a library.

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Montarena Secondary School

Contributed R119 630

Montarena Secondary School is a public secondary school located in Chatsworth. The school service the poverty-stricken areas with most households relying on social grants and assistance from religious and other charitable organisations. Montarena is over 46 years old and in need of repairs and new infrastructure to suit the present and future conditions for the safety of the learners.

We visited the school to hand over the cheque that will assist the school in revamping some of their facilities which will improve the learning experience for the learners. The Breakfast Express team from Lotus FM was there broadcasting the whole experience live on air and learners were very excited and appreciative of support from Kingdomslots.

2018

Umthombo Youth Development Foundation

Contributed R90 000.

The Umthombo Youth Development Foundation seeks to address the unacceptably high shortages of qualified staff at rural hospitals to improve healthcare services to rural communities. The foundation identifies, trains and supports youth in their quest to become qualified healthcare professionals as a way of addressing staff shortages at rural hospitals. This includes comprehensive mentoring and financial support throughout the course of their studies, as well as assistance with integration into the hospital working environment once qualified.  The foundation was granted the funding for mentoringof students.

Over the past 17 years of using this approach, they have produced 304 healthcare graduates – 98 of which are Doctors! All graduates are making, or have made, a significant impact on improving healthcare services to rural communities.

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Centre for the Advancement of Science and Math’s Education

Contributed R70 000.

CASME (Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education) is a non-profit education development institution based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. CASME focuses on teacher professional development and support, through training and provision of resources for science and mathematics teaching, in under-resourced and previously disadvantaged communities. CASME operates through the schooling sector from Foundation Phase to Grade 12 and throughout South Africa.

The Centre is currently responsible for education projects throughout South Africa involving approximately 400 schools and some 1600 teachers.

CASME operates 5 mathematics and science resource centres in partnership with the KZN Department of Education and selected Science Centres. These centres service local school communities and reach some 200 schools providing mathematics and science equipment and resources on a loan basis.

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New West Education Trust

Contributed R90 000

The overall aim is to prepare pupils for the current technological revolution commonly known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which is characterized by robotics, internet of things, 3D printing, nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence.

Learners attend classes taught by experts in the STEM field (Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics) and are taken through problem-solving activities, advanced Math’s, coding (computer programming), 3D printing, AutoCAD, robotics, Artificial Intelligence (Al), etc. The Learners do not pay for the classes.

The Robin Hood Foundation

Contributed R80 000

The Robin Hood Foundation's mission is to rescue and uphold the rights of women, children and the elderly For the past few years, the Foundation has been focusing heavily on Early Childhood Development as this is the key area to get the foundations right for small children to be able to learn and grow to their full potential.

Kingdomslots contributed towards the revamping of two Grade R class rooms at Uplift Lalelani Primary, Ntshongweni.

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Feedy Needy

Contributed R50 000

Feedy Needy is an Organization that strives to uplift the underprivileged through various programmes including the provision of daily meals to various schools, promoting sustainable livelihood through workshops, donating wheelchairs, blanket and winter clothing, milk formula and diaper distribution, Hamper distribution etc.

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The Association For the Aged

Contributed R69 249

TAFTA is dedicated to serving the needs of the elderly by providing suitable accommodation, including frail care. Their services include Social Services, Accommodation (fit, frail and those who need assisted living), Meals on Wheels, Home Based Care. TAFTA owns 14 buildings for this purpose.

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2015

Child Welfare Durban

Contributed towards the “Back to School” project

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Highway Hospice

Contributed towards new medical equipment

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Epilepsy South Africa

Contributed towards operational costs

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TAFTA

Contributed towards funding for soft furnishings

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KINGDOMSLOTS SUPPORTS RESPONSIBLE GAMBLING.

Gambling only for persons 18 years and older. Winners know when to stop. National Responsible Gambling Programme Toll-Free Counselling Line: 0800 006 008. Kingdomslots is licensed by the KwaZulu-Natal Gaming and Betting Board.

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