Corporate Social Responsibility

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Providing opportunities to less privileged youth is part of PMT’s mission to shape the future of South Africa. We are passionate about children, and we are grateful to be able to offer a helping hand through the Benjamin Generation childcare centre.

Benjamin Generation Child Care Centre depends entirely on the support of individuals, churches, and businesses to remain operating. Government funding is not provided to the centre. Benjamin Generation Child Care Centre receives all funds directly to support the children in its care.

Benjamin Generation Child Care Centre

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The Benjamin Generation is a registered Non Profit with a mission to provide lifelong homes and families to orphaned children in South Africa.

Benjamin Generation Child Care Centre is totally reliant on the support of individuals, churches and businesses to keep it in operation. We do not receive any governmental funding. All funds go directly to supporting the children in the care of Benjamin Generation Child Care Centre

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Thank You Letter from Benjamin Generation Child Care Centre

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To Precious Metals Tswane

From all the children here at Benjamin Generation and from ourselves, we thank you for your generous donation. The cash donation will go a long way in helping us feed and house the children. This year and last year have been especially difficult for everyone and donations have been drastically low, so your contribution has come at the perfect time. We have 21 children in the main home at present and 10 babies in the new baby home, so we certainly have many mouths to feed. Your donation will go a long way in helping us keep their little tummies full, a roof over their heads and smiles on their faces.”Please keep the children, the situations that they came from, the staff and the general well-being of the Benjamin Generation in your prayers and thoughts. Along with your support Benjamin Generation will continue to impact and change the lives of the less advantaged and vulnerable within our community.”