SHARE TOP 30 • April 2015 – March 2016
1 e’Thekwini Municipality 434 692
2 Massdiscounter* (see breakdown below) 342 077
3 Standard Bank 123 721
4 First National Bank 109 979
5 Nedbank 56 993
6 ABSA 53 415
7 The Hub 38 661
8 Hirsch’s 28 820
9 Saky Hariban’s Rading 27 553
10 Spar Natal 24 147
11 Foschini 23 791
12 Mr Price 23 457
13 Toyota SA Motors 23 000
14 Woolworths 19 785
15 Umgeni Water 19 034
16 Engen 14 962
17 Franke Kitchens 14 667
18 Playtex 13 075
19 Durban University of Technology 12 619
20 Muthande Society for the Aged 11 343
21 Durban & Coastal Mental Health 11 092
22 Relyant Retail Limited 9 598
23 Hibiscus Coast Municipality 8 036
24 Beacon Sweets 7 668
25 KwaMashu Child & Family Welfare    7 616
26 Mondi 7 211
27 Issy Geshen Lamont Home for the Aged   7 020
28 Grant Thornton 6 019
29 Bosch Holdings 6 000
30 University of Kwazulu Natal 5 486
 
Congratulations.The SHARE fundraisers thank all employees of our donor companies for their support.

 

* Monies Paid out to other Provinces

 

Western Cape R 40,412.00 Northern Cape R 7,240.00
Eastern Cape R 16,183.00 Pietermaritzburg R 27,004.00
Free State R 8,936.00 Gauteng R 45,549.00
Mpumalanga R 7,365.00 North West R 14,449.00
Limpopo R 9,109.00 Durban R165,778.00

 

Workplace Giving

The backbone of the Community Chest movement is ordinary employees who make an affordable, regular monthly contribution to their community by means of the Workplace Giving Programme, referred to as SHARE or Give-As-You-Earn.

 

Our Thanks

We thank the staff of the companies listed here as well as those of the other companies who support their community through the Community Chest.