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  1. (If we want to see the rainbow, we have to survive the storm) In this life we can’t ALL do great things, but we can ALL do small things with great love

  2. SOS CHILDREN'S VILLAGE • Sponsoring of House 13 with 8 children • Buying gifts for Christmas • Assisting in fund raising for the village • Attending functions • 2012 – contributed R120 000 plus birthday and Christmas presents

  3. KHAYALETHU YOUTH CENTRE • 34 street children are given the opportunity to reach full potential in this home for boys. Catering for their every need from approximately 8 yrs of age to adulthood • Contributed R100 000 toward their school fees, clothing, books and aftercare

  4. KWAZAKHELE HIGH SCHOOL • Adopted the school with the intention of improving conditions in all aspects • Commitment to upgrading grounds, in order to make them self-sustaining and for the use of the entire community • 2012 – guard hut, stationery, repair to windows, classrooms and toilets, employment of cleaners and security guards, stipends to volunteers, landscaping of school grounds, establishment of a feeding scheme, Madiba Day cleanup

  5. MTR SMIT CHILDREN'S HAVEN • Provides accomodation for 100 statutory children between the ages of 3-18 yrs • 2012 – donated R100 000 towards the • on-site psychological counsellor

  6. WMC BREAD OF LIFE TRUST • Provide 155 families either infected or affected with HIV/Aids in the Walmer Township, with food parcels, medical assistance, counselling, clothing, fellowship and tea & sandwiches • 2012 – R15 000 worth food items for parcels

  7. MIRACLE MEALS –FOOD FOR AFRICA • Facilitate the feeding of about 17 000 people daily – mostly tiny tots – helping to build healthy little bodies & minds • 2012 – R25 740 toward feeding porridge to 165 children from two creches in Motherwell for one year

  8. CUYLERHOLME CENTRAL • Home for the aged feeding 60 residents plus community daily. The only facility in the NMMM providing accomodation to pensioners with special needs. • 2012 – Provide a light meal to 60 residents 3 nights per week for the year – R25 000.00

  9. HELPLINE • A container situated between two informal settlements in Seaview, out of which teaching of computer literacy, internet, maths, and music is taught • 2012 – Schaeffler provided internet access with ADSL and 4 ports for teaching languages, maths, downloading exam papers etc. – 2yr contract – R10 000

  10. VISTARUS MISSION STATION • Mission station taking in destitute families and currently housing almost 500 destitute men, women and children • 2012 – purchased materials for ceilings and roof in sections of the mission station where no ceilings previously existed – R30 000

  11. LELETHU BABY SHELTER • A temporary safe house for babies infected/affected with HIV/Aids, orphaned, abandoned or vulnerable • 2012 – purchased nappies and formula R10 000

  12. NMBM Shoe Drive • Mayor Wayile school shoe and shirt campaign to create awareness for school readiness • 2012 – purchased and donated school shoes, shirts and pants – R10 000

  13. ALFONSO ARRIES PRIMARY SCHOOL • Opening of new school for 800 children in impoverished community near to Sapphire Road Primary. Bruce Damons given the challenge of supervising the opening thereof with limited resources • 2012 – Contributed R15 000 toward the purchase of 3 urns, 3 overhead projectors, stands and transparencies – R15 000

  14. NIGHTINGALE TRUST • Organisation providing home based care to the PE community • 2012 – paid for training for 12 caregivers, who were previously unemployed and unskilled – R30 000

  15. AFRICAN REAL MADRID • A soccer team from the rural area of St Albans Prison attempting to promote sport in the less privileged areas • 2012 – purchased full soccer kit for team and intend arranging friendly matches with Schaeffler's soccer team – R10 000

  16. HOPE COMMUNITY CENTRE • A clinic in Cleary Park, providing healthcare and social welfare to poor with emphasis on children, elderly and the terminally ill • 2012 – paid rental for premises June – Dec 12 – R17 500

  17. MISCELLANEOUS • Abounding Love – prison ministry – purchased stationery for 12 inmates studying theology whilst in prison – R1 250 • National Union of Metalworkers – outreach project to handover sanitary pads to High School girls in underprivileged communities – R1 000 • Alfonso Primary School – supplied food items for a fundraiser to pay for electricity, photocopier and toilet paper – R5 000

  18. FUNDUZUFE PRESCHOOL ZWIDE • Upgrading of school (130 children) with view to becoming self-sustaining • 2012 – purchased toys, chairs, blankets, cleaning materials – R5 000

  19. LOAVES AND FISHES ASSOCIATION • Providing poor, previously disadvantaged groups and pensioners with food parcels • 2012 – purchased various food items to fill parcels – R10 000

  20. KHAYALETHU DAY CARE • A Pre – School in Zwide caring for the early educational needs of 85 children • Purchased 68 blankets and 20 matresses for the children to nap on during the cold winter months – R3 500

  21. ALGOA BAY FRAIL CARE CENTRE • Assisted in their plight to obtain blankets and adult nappies by purchasing 40 polar fleece blankets and 9 packs of nappies – R2 000

  22. TEACH THE WORLD TO READ • A project which developed a phonics based reading series to assist primary school children in underprivileged areas with English reading. The project is currently being roled out at John Masiza Primary in Walmer Township • Assisted with laminating of booklets for handout to 300 children – R2 000

  23. ST FRANCIS BAY SWAP SHOP • A recycling project to empower and educate children from rural areas regarding the importance of recycling and encouraging them to collect waste. • In return, children are rewarded with basic food and cleaning items • Purchased R 5 000 food items, stationery, cleaning materials & toys for the shop

  24. PLACE OF HOPE • Greenbushes white location – home to 21 families (84 people) living in the bush • Purchased food items plus stationery and school uniforms for 20 children – R15 000

  25. ALGOA FRAIL CARE • Home to 150 severely disabled children. • Gelvandale Primary School identified these children as an outreach project and Schaeffler were privileged to partner them • Purchased R2 000 worth of soft toys and soft sweets and chips for the children

  26. NONKQUBELA DAYCARE • A creche and aftercare in Ntxobo where 100 children are educated daily in preparation for Gr 1 • A small fire broke out, burning the children's blankets and matresses on which they sleep during the day • Purchased 20 cot matresses and 28 polar fleece blankets – R2 500