Corporate Social Investment
At Sun Slots we care about our communities, and it shows in the vast array of projects we have helped with our Corporate Social Investment contributions.
Community involvement is an integral part of our corporate culture. We have rolled out these sustainable social investment programmes that continue to have a positive impact on the communities in which we operate. We've been involved in a wide variety of worthy programmes and causes, such as funding for a children’s hospice, primary schools, vulnerable HIV/AIDS babies and children, crèche feeding programmes and charities that work with abused children and care for the elderly.
The Sun Slots group of companies have all contributed both time and money to worthy causes in their areas, here are just a few of them:
Learn to Earn is a skills development organisation that assists unemployed people to become financially active by offering training courses that provide work, life and business skills.
Enkululekweni Primary School and Melton Rose Primary School are two primary schools that are located in communities riddled with poverty and gang violence. Amidst this violence, learners come to school every day to create a better future for themselves.
Elim Home is a residential special care facility for children with severe intellectual and physical disabilities.
Healing Miracles is an organisation dealing with HIV/TB in the Western Cape.
Tongaat Anti-Drug Forum (TADF), whose main objectives are to assist the community in dealing with substance abuse awareness, prevention, and rehabilitation.
The Newcastle Community Aid and Upliftment (NCAU) is a nonprofit organization established to alleviate poverty, to feed the hungry and to assist the community in any way possible.
South Coast Hospice is a non-profit organisation, committed to serving the community of the UGU District by providing specialised palliative care for patients with severe progressive diseases, as well as their families.
SAAMBR whose mission it is to contribute to the conservation of marine and coastal biodiversity and resources.
STEPS Charity is a national non-profit organisation working for the eradication of clubfoot.
Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education (CASME), changing learners lives through quality and innovative mathematics and science education.
KwaMashu Family and Child Welfare’s objective is the care and protection of children.
WhizzKids United, a community-based non-profit organisation which uses the power of sport (soccer) to provide health, educational and empowerment services to disadvantaged youth.
The John Smit Foundation includes Bobbibear, a charity working with sexually abused children, LIV Village’s foster homes and the Players Fund for injured rugby players.
John Mdluli Primary School is a public farm primary school
Education Africa, a non-profit organisation that strives to reach and uplift the poorest of the poor. They aim to assist disadvantaged South Africans in their quest to obtain a quality, relevant education.
Denosa is the largest nurses trade union in the country and has a dual focus on both trade union and professional development offering training to nurses.
Forest Town School For Children With Disabilities has served thousands of children over the last six decades and pioneered innovative educational, medical and therapy models.