We would like to thank you - our clients, without your support and ongoing business we would not have been able to support these causes.
The Late Miss Rhirandu Baloyi gave birth to Xikombiso Doreen Ngobeni on 28 February 2013. Sadly Miss Baloyi was killed in a tragic accident in Diepsloot on 16 November 2014; leaving Baby Doreen (18 months at the time) in the care of her grandmother in Venda.
The news of Miss Baloyi’s passing was received by PinnAfrica through her brother Jabulani Baloyi; who was employed as a security officer at PinnAfrica’s Office Park.
We have committed ourselves to contribute clothing, food and a must for any baby girl some toys on a monthly basis, in this way making sure that Baby Doreen’s grandmother doesn’t need to carry the responsibility on her own.
We were made aware of the school through a fund raising event held by The Eagle Flight Academy, the work that this community does to assist children with disabilities touched us deeply and we have since contributed to this fund.
For more information on the school; you can follow them on Facebook.Pieter Hamman Addition Class Facebook
We were made aware of the need for sponsorships for two individuals David and Jasmin who recently qualified for the National Gymnastics Championships in Cape Town. We are proud to say that we have assisted these two talented children and their coaches to get to Cape Town to partake in the National Championships.
For more information or to get involved with these up and coming South African gymnasts, you can follow Urban Ruins on Facebook or their Official Webpage.Urban Ruins on Facebook
Following on from the heart-warming story of brave little Caylum Willemse who is suffering from Tracheobronchomalacia; PinnAfrica has donated R20 000.00 to assist Caylum with his journey to recovery.
We at PinnAfrica wish the Willemse family all the best on their journey!
For more information and to follow this remarkable story of hope and bigheartedness follow Caylum’s story on:#GetCaylumtoBoston on Facebook
On Tuesday the 23rd of November 2010 the PinnAfrica staff headed into the suburb of Observatory in Gauteng to the Maria Kloppers Children Home for its annual Christmas away day. This is the fourth year that PinnAfrica has invested its time and money into this extremely worthwhile cause. This time around we put in a new kitchen in the baby area, painted the roofs, jungle gyms for the children as well as replaced the gutters and inserted three new security gates.
The Maria Kloppers Home is for children who have been abused, abandoned and neglected, as well as for children’s whose lives have been devastated by AIDS.Abraham Kriel Maria Kloppers Campus