|Catholic Welfare and Development Programme: Women in Need Programme||South African black, destitute and homeless women and their pre-school children who are living on the streets of Cape Town||www.cwd.org.za|
|The Oranjia Jewish Child and Youth Care Centre||Jewish children “at risk”||www.oranjia.com|
|Gift of the Givers Foundation||Largest internationally acclaimed non-governmental, humanitarian, disaster relief organisation of African origin, on the African continent.||www.giftofthegivers.org|
|The Emma Animal Rescue Society (TEARS)||Pro-life non-profit animal rescue society, whose core aim is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, abused and neglected dogs and cats||www.tears.org.za|
|The Cancer Association of South Africa||In remembrance of those who have passed away with Cancer||www.cansa.org.za|
|St Luke’s Hospice||The heart of this specialised category of nursing, known as palliative care, is in giving patients whose illness is not curable, optimum quality of life – by working to keep them as pain and symptom free as possible, as well as emotionally, socially and spiritually supported; and also drawing in those people in their circle of nearest and dearest.||www.stlukes.co.za|
|SAICA – We Care Project||This unique mentorship and social responsibility programme aims to unite all Woman Chartered Accountants in South Africa in making a meaningful difference to the lives of children and orphans struck by the anguish of poverty and HIV/AIDS||www.saica.co.za|
Save The Children’s Fund and The Italian Motorcycle Owners Club of Cape Town
We are also very proud of our long standing associations with the Save The Children’s Fund and The Italian Motorcycle Owners Club of Cape Town trading as The Toy Run ( www.imoc.co.za) , as both organisations have earned world wide respect for their contributions to and upliftment of the children of socio-economic communities.
Jason Coetzee Benefit
We supported the Jason Coetzee Benefit held in 2007 to help raise funds for his Chemotherapy treatment. Jason is a close friend of Winston Kriel, an ex-employee of MD.