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Other Initiatives

Money Boxes

The Pick n Pay money box program is a corporate social investment program and was started in our stores as a way to raise much needed funds for various charities. The overall campaign message is “Your Change can Change Lives” and serves to encourage customers to drop their spare change into the money boxes fitted at the till points in store. The spare change is then collected regularly by the store manager and deposited into the money box fund which in turn pays out the funds raised to the charity organisations. Some of the organisations include the QuadPara Association on South Africa and the Sunflower Foundation.

QuadPara Association of South Africa

The QuadPara Association strives to prevent spinal cord injury, as well as protect and promote the interests of people with mobility impairments by formulating a national policy and strategy, to develop and ensure the full potential and quality of their lives.

Pick n Pay donated R1 000 000 to QASA in 2009 and is aiming to raise R2 000 000 in an attempt to provide QASA with enough money to build a self help center for quadriplegics and paraplegics.

For more on QASA click here. (http://www.qasa.co.za)

Sunflower Fund

The Sunflower Fund was formed in 1999 in support of the SABMR and was inspired by Chris Corlett and Darren Serebro’s heroic struggle against leukaemia. It was formed by parents whose children had contracted leukaemia, and in some cases had lost their battle against it. Their aim was to secure financial support in order to increase the number of bone marrow stem cell donors in South Africa.

National Bandana Day is the signature fundraising event for The Sunflower Fund and the easiest initiative for all the people of South Africa to support, having raised a record amount of over R2.8 million last year.

For more information on Sunflower Fund and Bandana Day click here (http://www.sunflowerfund.org.za)