A retailer with a heart of gold

2016-04-14 06:00
Photo: supplied Rogany Ramiah - human resources director, Mark Turner – marketing and customer director, Elisabeth Ric Hansen - marketing, PR and CSI manager with Musi – resident of LIV, Chester Koyana and Tich Smith – founder of LIV.

Photo: supplied Rogany Ramiah - human resources director, Mark Turner – marketing and customer director, Elisabeth Ric Hansen - marketing, PR and CSI manager with Musi – resident of LIV, Chester Koyana and Tich Smith – founder of LIV.

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RETAIL giants Game is committed to serving the community by catering to the needs of the less fortunate and advancing the cause of South Africa’s social development agenda.

There are over five million orphaned and destitute children in South Africa who are in need of love and care after being struck by the tragedy of losing their parents.

Lungisisa Indlela Village (LIV) is a non-profit organisation that was created with the sole purpose of providing holistic residential care for orphaned and vulnerable children.

LIV has once again been the fortunate recipient of a generous donation of R120 000 from Game as their contribution to LIV’s “Child Sponsorship”.

This donation covers the full living costs - food, medical, clothing and educational outings of 10 children for 12 months.

Not only does Game donate to LIV, but they also generously donate 1 percent of their after tax profit to philanthropic causes within the spheres of disability, stationery and feeding.

Game’s phenomenal Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programme reflects their selfless commitment to giving back to the communities in which they operate by filling the bellies and souls of the less fortunate and dressing them with love.

For more on Game’s CSI projects visit http://www.game.co.za/get-to-know-us/game_csi/

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