EngenWow! There are over 300 Engen stores across the country with QuickShops or Woolworths Food stores that accept the MySchool card. Every time you shop at these stores, remember to swipe your card. You will help raise valuable funds for your school or charity.So, next time you travel and stop for fuel and snacks, make sure you fill up your tank and your tummy at Engen, because they give back.  

PamWhen Lisa Bensch married Pieter Visagie in Stellenbosch in April, it was definitely a family affair. Lisa walked down the aisle with her mom. And when the pastor called for the ring Lisa’s younger sister led the other member of the family down the aisle – Lisa’s beloved guide dog, Pam whose role was that of ring-bearer.

We have booksHaving raised over R21-million for charities across the country this past financial year, the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet fundraising programme offered a helping hand this past festive season through their national Spirit of Giving campaign. A collaboration between MySchool, Woolworths, kalahari.net and Evalunet, plus the MySchool cardholders, the initiative’s aim was to mobilise the public to donate 10 000 meals, reading books and education software to four worthy recipients across the country.

QuoriWiseman Ndwandwe can attest to the fact that it’s not always easy travelling with a guide dog. Wiseman is in charge of public relations at the Association for the Deaf and Blind in Durban, and each day he travels between his home in Kwa-Mashu and the city with his guide dog, Quori.