Our social responsibility strategy determines to articulate our commitment in making people and communities part of our bottom-line.

The charitable objectives support of our social responsibility and sustainable development strategies focus on:

  • Environmental practises
  • People development
  • Community engagement

Together with the Thebe Foundation Trust we have journeyed together with three non-profits whose social contributions towards communal and individual welfare within their respective communities resonate with the country’s most urgent social issues. The contributions and social interventions of these nonprofits align with our own business ethos of caring for people as a responsible, purpose- and service-led business.

Maths Centre

Maths Centre

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s beloved statesman, believed that education was one of the most effective means of transforming the world. With this in mind, the purpose of Nelson Mandela Day is to inspire the youth and the next generation of leaders to take on the responsibility of leadership in addressing the social injustices prevalent in our communities.

The Maths Centre is committed to highlighting the importance of mathematics, science, technology, and entrepreneurship in education. It is crucial to establish that mathematics and science should spearhead the most advanced, up-to-date, and most relevant development of disadvantaged children, ensuring a level playing field within maths and science related fields and disciplines. The Maths Centre further develops their competency and performance in these curriculums from Grades R to 12 in South Africa.

Tears Foundation

Founded in 2012, Tears Foundation is a non-profit and public benefit organisation that uses technology innovatively in the scourge against domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. Among the future plans of the Tears Foundation, is a focus on strategic primary prevention interventions to curb GBV.

On Women’s Day in 2022 we partnered with the Tears Foundation to become a business that is better positioned in assisting the non-profit in providing access to crisis intervention, advocacy, counselling, and prevention education services for those impacted by domestic violence and other forms of GBV.

Responsible corporate practice underpins our model to be a socially accountable organisation when it comes to citizenry. Understanding the social plights of our communities, is one of the pillars of the group’s CSI Strategy.

LIV Village

The healthy development of children is crucial to the future well-being of any society. LIV Village provides residential care for orphaned and vulnerable children placing them in a family environment with a trained foster mother to love and care for them.

Our CSI strategy is committed to underpinning the LIV Village’s efforts to support the millions of orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa through the network of LIV Villages located in various parts of the country.

This partnership with the LIV Village has enabled us to make meaningful monetary contributions and donations annually towards the urgent social needs of housing children who need homes.

The collective impact of Empact Group as a business reinforces our social responsibility framework and commitment towards achieving sustainable developmental objectives. Communities are the cornerstone of our business and people are at the heart of what we do.

If you would like us to consider your submission for a social responsibility sponsorship or donation for future consideration, please ensure that your organisation meets the following criteria:

Provide us with the Foundation / NPO / Charity registration number.

Provide us with a specific overview that details your organisational and charitable projects and activities.

We will require you to complete a vendor form. (Available on request on the email provided)

Send us a Tax clearance certificate / Able to issue 18A certificate.

Provide us with a bank confirmation letter.

A BEE certificate / Affidavit
(must be at least 51% Black beneficiaries benefiting from any donation).

Get in touch with us with the relevant documentation at:

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