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Plan to Eradicate Poverty in Centurion

13 February 2014 No Comment

Centurion is a business hub in South Africa and yet it remains poverty stricken.
Perpetual social programmes has often attracted donor funding from different organisations.
By deploying proper management of this social funding we can create a better and safer future for all.
Feed a Child is pioneering the development and deployment of innovative solutions to ensure project and programme delivery to community based organisations and to donors alike.
Businesses are called to participation in the Centurion Prosperity Forum.
By combining efforts it will ensure a better future for all that reside and work in Centurion.
In the event that the business community take hands we can ensure a lasting impact is made.
A single donor to beneficiary fund management portal was long overdue and the system that now has become available and will be used in is available online at www.EasyAid.org.
The Centurion Prosperity Forum will be launched on 17 February 2014 at 09h00 by Feed a Child a well-known and established national charity organisation in South Africa with its head office in Centurion.
Nelson Mandela said “Poverty is not an accident. Like slavery and apartheid it is man-made and can be removed by the actions of human beings.”
This effort will be to combine the programmes of businesses in Centurion and together all can achieve so much more.
Contact the Centurion Prosperity Forum for more information on cpf@feedachild.co.za or contact Arnau van Achterbergh, managing director direct at arnau@feedachild.co.za.
For more information visit the website www.feedachild.co.za

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