At Kränzle South Africa we have always believed to give back to the communities that support us and during the years we are proud to have been in a position to assist and be associated with organisations such as “Imibala” based in Somerset West and most recently “The Anna Foundation” in Stellenbosch.
The Anna Foundation, through the 3 R’s “Reading, Running, Righting” Programme aims to provide children with much needed literacy and numeracy assistance, encourage a love for all kinds of sports and healthy lifestyle as well as teach children how to integrate values into their day to day lives.
The Anna Foundation has been bowled over by the generosity and support shown by Kränzle South Africa by ensuring that some of our biggest needs are being met. They have supported us through the purchase of stationery packs which are used on a daily basis and magnificent puppets that are used in our life skills programmes.
We have been able to purchase new yellow Anna Foundation t-shirts for our children to wear and these so important in getting out name “our there” at events, not to mention R20 000 towards the purchase of brand new, Afrikaans reading books for each of our after-school projects at the start of the year! Kränzle South Africa knows the importance of educating our children and has gone above and beyond in ensuring they cover a ‘real need’ of the Anna Foundation.
We truly appreciate all that they have done for us (especially Rod Dolpire!) and it is clear they really care about the youth in our beautiful country.
The Anna Foundation is a non-profit charity organisation and is also a registered Public Benefit Organisation according to Section 18A of the Income Tax Act. Click Here if you wish to be a sponsor.
The Anna Foundation 2014/2015
Kränzle South Africa (Pty) Ltd is proud to be associated with the Imibala Trust. The primary purpose of Imibala is to get disadvantaged children through primary school. The Imibala Trust is a Public Benefit Organization in terms of section 18A – click on this link if you wish to be a sponsor http://www.imibala.com
Social Responsibility 2011
I have started school this year and my mother is unable to buy my school uniform or stationery that I need. I attend Umnqophiso Primary.
I am one of four brothers and we love playing soccer in the streets. It keeps us out of trouble. I attend ACJ Pakade Primary.
I attend ACJ Pakade Primary and my teacher says I am a very responsible young man. I would love to have a school uniform and shoes.
I love going to school to learn. I also enjoy playing netball and I’m quite good at it. I attend ACJ Pakade Primary.
I am the youngest of four children. My father is unemployed and my mother is very ill. I attend Umnqophiso Primary.
I would love to have everything I need for school, but my mother cannot afford it on her very small salary. I attend Firgrove Primary.
Social Responsibility 2010
I am in grade 1 at Silukhanyo Primary. My four siblings and I live with our mother who is unemployed.
I live with my parents who are both unemployed. Even though I have health problems I enjoy doing athletics at Methodist Primary
I am one of two children. My father is unemployed. I love going to school at Silukhanyo Primary.
I am a six year old boy at Danie Ackermann Primary. My siblings and I live with our parents who are both unemployed. I often go to school without food.
My two brothers and I live with our parents who are both unemployed. I attend ACJ Pakade Primary
I attend Danie Ackermann Primary. I live with my mother who is unemployed. My teacher says I attend school everyday and I am working very hard.
I attend ACJ Pakade Primary. I live with my grandmother and six other relatives because both my parents are deceased.
I attend Temperance Town Primary and I live with my unemployed parents in a family members backyard. As there is no income my school fees cannot be paid and my parents cannot afford my uniform.
Hi my name is Zintle and I attend Umnqophiso Primary. I live with my grandparents as my parents cannot look after me.
I attend Temperance Town Primary and I live with my parents, who are both unemployed and three brothers in a shack in my grandmothers backyard.