In line with its priorities of youth and community development, Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) has pledged its support to ten non-profit organisations working in the communities of Nelson Mandela Bay.
Through its Community Trust, the company has committed R1.2 million in support of these organisations over the next 12 months. Six of the organisations were previously beneficiaries of the Community Trust, with the partnerships being renewed recently. The other four organisations have been approved as new beneficiaries.
The organisations include:
“As the VW Community Trust, our priorities include the promotion of community and youth development,” said Nonkqubela Maliza, Director of Corporate and Government Affairs at VWSA. “The organisations we are supporting align with these priorities and play an instrumental role in uplifting the communities in which VWSA operates.
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