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Corporate social investment (CSI) is not a project or a programme that Goscor feels obliged to do. It is an activity that is woven into its day-to-day activities. “In the business of creating value for all our stakeholders, we are mindful of the need to help uplift and sustain the communities in which we work,” says Goscor Lift Truck MD, Darryl Shafto.
One of the central vehicles for raising money is the successful Goscor golf days held annually in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. Through the generosity of Goscor customers and other stakeholder’s substantial funds for CSI use are raised.
One of the beneficiaries of Goscor’s CSI programme is the JB Matabane School in Tembisa, which has been able to make meaningful improvements in infrastructure and equipment following Goscor’s significant contribution.
Over the past two years the Goscor golf days alone have raised over R400 000 for CSI and, apart from the JB Matabane School, other beneficiaries include CANSA, children’s sanctuary Baby Moses, children’s care centre COMPASS and more.
It is not coincidental that Goscor’s main focus is on education and the young. The youth and their education is the foundation of all development in South Africa and this is where Goscor’s management feels the money is best spent.
Baby Moses: Neil Wilson CEO Goscor Group, Lani de Klerk from Baby Moses Sanctuary and Debby Marx Goscor Group Marketing Manager.