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Happy 20th Birthday MySchool SA


It’s been 20 years since MySchool first started in South Africa – what a wonderful milestone!
To celebrate their 20 years of giving back and to thank YOU for your support, they’re giving away some amazing prizes! They’ve also generously asked me to choose a charity to which they will donate R5000 on my behalf and I’ve chosen The Domino Foundation, who work tirelessly to empower and transform individuals and communities with feeding schemes, baby homes, life & development skills and more.

Since 1997, the MySchool programme has raised over R500 million and in turn, allowed South African consumers to choose where their money goes, in order to support their own communities. A wide range of schools, charities and conservation organisations benefit to the tune of R6 million every month, with over 1.2 million South African supporting the programme.

The beauty of the programme is that it doesn’t cost you a cent to join and after signing up, you can nominate up to 3 schools, charities or conservation causes as beneficiaries. Then every time you swipe your card at the tillpoint in Woolies, or any other partner store, the retailer makes a contribution on your behalf, AT NO COST TO YOU – really clever!
If you didn’t know about MySchool and want to sign up, please visit their site here.

Ok so now for the good part – here’s how you could win big!

ENTER TO WIN:
To celebrate 20 years of giving back with your support, 20 lucky people will each win a R20 000 Woolworths gift card for themselves, PLUS R20 000 to donate to their MySchool cause!

To enter, all you have to do is post about the school or charity that matters to you on facebook or twitter and use the hashtag #MySchool20 to stand a chance to win.
For more details and T&Cs visit: https://goo.gl/gpCrxa

THAT’S IT! So easy!
Thank you to MySchool for making a difference and thank you to YOU for being part of the success story.

For more info on MySchool visit: website | facebook
For more info on The Domino Foundation visit: website | facebook 

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