ZMS CSI–Mohlakeng Randfontein 2013
ZMS was at it again spreading the spirit of giving and sharing to those that are less fortunate. ZMS together with the office of the Gauteng MEC, embarked on a housing project in the Mohlakeng township. The MEC’s office built houses for the elderly and ZMS provided for tiling, plumbing and furniture for the houses. The basics for the houses, viz. beds, wardrobes, lounge suites, stoves, fridges, just to name a few, were presented to the elderly ladies who were delighted by the good gesture.
ZMS puts a smile on children’s faces
Zonke Monitoring Systems (ZMS) embarked on a CSI drive on the 1st October 2010 at the Nomthandazo Children’s Home in Mina Nawe Township in Putfontein. ZMS distributed much needed blankets and comforters to the children at the Childcare facility. The occasion was attended by ZMS personnel, the CEO of the Gauteng Gambling Board, the caregivers at the Childcare facility and the Oliver’s House management.
Nomthandazo Children’s Home is a facility that caters for orphans and children in and around the Mina Nawe Township whose guardians are not able to afford childcare. Ms Nomthandazo saw the need to start such a facility. The facility caters for 196 children, with ages ranging from two to six years. The facility relies on donations from the private sector. It falls under the Oliver’s House Non-Profit Organisation.
Oliver’s House is based in Benoni, under the leadership of Mr. Terence Ferreira. The organization also offers other services to the less fortunate. These are computer lessons for the youth, extra Maths and Science lessons amongst others.
Zonke contributes over R 124, 000 to communities
Zonke Monitoring Systems has donated over R 124, 000.00 during the current financial year starting 1 July 2009 to the following organisations:
- Salvation Army – Carehaven (Cape Town – Western Cape)
- Somerset Hospital (Cape Town – Western Cape)
- Ithuteng Caring Institute (Soweto – Gauteng)
- Izulu Orphan Project (Empangeni – KwaZulu Natal)
- Gift of the Givers – Haiti Disaster Fund (Haiti)
Project1, 2009 – ‘Rejuvenation and a Brush of Kindness’
“On behalf of the ZMS Board and shareholders, please accept my sincere thanks for the time graciously offered that you could have spent with your friends and families. It is caring and unselfish gestures like these that demonstrate the dedication, kindness and commitment of our ZMS people. I trust that you were all touched and blessed by what you saw at the centre and hope that this will not be the last time you partake in this kind of initiative,” said CEO of ZMS, Mr. Hosea Malope.
Below, the ZMS staff making a difference: