Engen has confirmed that to date it has collected more than 200 tons of waste for recycling, following the joint launch with partners Woolworths and Nampak of a recycling pilot project at 12 Engen service stations in Cape Town in 2009.

One Voice,  a non-governmental organisation which uses innovative and creative ways of involving high school students in HIV, AIDS and TB prevention, recently became the recipients of a R10 000 donation from Toys ‘R’ Us Amanzimtoti, in association with the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet fundraising programme. This was the result of the a Spirit of Giving campaign, held over the festive season, aimed at raising awareness of the importance of giving back to those in need.

Last December, the independent fundraising initiative MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet in association with kalahari.com challenged the public to donate books as part of its ‘Spirit of Giving’ online campaign. The result saw The Shine Centre, a volunteer driven NGO in the Western Cape that provides literacy and language enrichment support to second language learners in Grades R to 3, receive in excess of 284 books and a R20,000 donation from MySchool and kalahari.com.


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.