MyProperty and Entegral Technologies give back

During these cold winter months many neglected children go to school hungry and cold, making it hard for our future generation to take up their rightful place within our society.

With this in mind Entegral Technologies, holding company of MyProperty, has joined forces with the Potato Foundation to give back to our community.

What is The Potato Foundation?

The Potato Foundation’s, which was established in 2007, focus is on the neglected and forgotten children of our society. The name of the organisation was adopted around the growth concept of a potato.

Giving is very much like a potato - its roots are hidden and the growing effect thereof is not visible until the potato is harvested. The Potato Foundation aims to be exactly that - the roots within our community sustaining and nurturing assistance to uplift and empower children and give them an opportunity to take their rightful place within society.

Food from Heaven’s Kitchen

On the first of June 2012, the “Food from Heaven’s Kitchen” project was launched at the Gen Beyers Primary School in Danville, Pretoria.

The school has a 110 children on their feeding system and during lunch break they receive a sandwich, some days the only spread they have is a bit of butter. For some of these children this merge sandwich is the only food they will have the whole day.

The “Food from Heaven’s Kitchen” aims to provide a home cooked meal during the second break and will do so four days a week as they already have a generous benefactor who will provide a meal on Tuesdays.

They will be using the kitchen of the NEA playgroup on the school premises and will subsequently also provide to the 58 children in this group.

The feeding project will cost R9000 a month to run, including the R500 which will be paid to two mothers who will be cooking the meals.

What are we doing?

MyProperty and Entegral Technologies will be donating R1 for every “like” on the MyProperty Facebook page in the next 30 days. We are aiming to receive 5000 likes in the next month on this page.

We urge you to please click on the page and like it, ensuring that the deserving foundation receives support to run this amazing project.

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