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Makro Cares


Makro is aware of the serious challenges which face our country. As a business, we recognise the responsibility we have to contribute generously to the upliftment and care of South Africa and the people who live here. Makro believes that education and early childhood development plays a central role in creating a better future that will not only benefit our children, but the future of South Africa.

To this end, we have adopted a strict policy for our Corporate Social Investment (CSI) funds, a policy that specifically focuses on education-enabling initiatives that deal with early childhood development, early sport development and school nutrition. Below are the CSI organisations with who Makro is proud to partner with:


Hope Worldwide – SUCCEED


Hope Worldwide’s SUCCEED program is a Makro flagship project. Launched mid-2012 in partnership with Makro, it supports Early Childhood Development Centres and the caregivers that that work within them.

The SUCCEED program (which stands for “Supporting Centres and Caregivers in Early Childhood Development”) seeks to help these caregivers and centres meet the requirements for registration with Department of Social Developments.

Once registered centres are able to access much-needed funding to enable them to fully serve their function to help South African children reach their full potential.

Kommunity desk company


Makro supports the Kommunity desk company, an organisation which directly addresses a range of critical challenges in basic education such as the lack of basic equipment like school desks. The project seeks to alleviate the challenges which are experienced by underprivileged learners and associated communities.

African Children Feeding Scheme – ACFS


Makro assists the African Children’s Feeding Scheme (ACFS) in their endeavour to uplift and empower communities in Soweto, Kagiso, Alexandra, Thembisa, Daveyton, Kwa Thema and Tsakane.

The ACFS was started in 1945 in Sophiatown by the late Bishop Trevor Huddleston and works tirelessly to improve the quality of life for those hardest hit – in particular orphans and vulnerable children in child-headed households or children in the care of elderly grandmothers.

Tomorrow trust


Makro works with the Tomorrow trust on the Saturday and holiday school programme which helps children improve their academic performance. Makro supports the Junior and Senior Saturday and Holiday School Programme that provides integrated education and holistic support to children from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Makro continues to provide support to the Tomorrow trust to provide academic and integrated support to 75 children.




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