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Get a card today and help us raise R100 million for schools in need across South Africa. With your help we can give every child in South Africa the best shot at a great education. The more you swipe, the more funds are raised – the more you can help make a difference to schools around the country.

Every Swipe Counts!

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Thanks to the support of card holders and partners, the MySchool fundraising programme already gives back over R1 million every single week to help schools and charities in South Africa. Imagine what we could do with R2 million every week...

Woolworths, our biggest fundraising partner, is committed to education and has set a challenge: to raise R100 million for education by Dec 2016! With your help we can give every child in South Africa the best shot at a great education. The more you swipe your card every time you shop at Woolies, the more funds are raised. The best part? It won't cost you a cent!

Get involved:

Sign up for your free MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card, choose a school and every time you swipe at Woolworths they will give back up to 1% of your purchases to your chosen place of education.

If you already have a Woolies card please link your Woolworths card to one of the schools listed on the MySchool programme. Remember that you can support up to three schools and charities! 

Make Every Swipe Count!

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Giving the gift of hearing
Join Pharrell Williams and Woolies in helping to raise funds for life-changing operations and equipment, to give the gift of hearing to kids this Christmas.
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Edible garden provides learners with meals
A 400m2 edible garden at Chapel Street Primary School in Salt River, Cape Town will provide fresh produce to help feed learners.
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MySchool donates R5 000 to needy charities in the Eastern Cape
MySchool in partnership with Algoa FM donated R 5000 to three needy charities in the Eastern Cape region.
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MySchool and the Woolworths Trust donates 5 000 lap desks to under-resourced schools
Schools in the Eastern Cape received 5 000 lap desks to assist with classroom desk shortages in the province.
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Pharrell Williams visits an under-resourced school in Soweto
Pharrell Williams visited Emisebeni Primary School in Soweto to see the positive impact his collaboration with Woolworths is having on schools and communities.
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