Amazing news, EE has been provisionally approved as a MySchool beneficiary. It is a fantastic means of fundraising. For final approval to become a beneficiary, we need to get at least 200 people to sign up for MySchool cards.
HOW IT WORKS:
- Apply for a MySchool card and name EE as the beneficiary, at no cost to you. To get application forms, please contact Jess Lewis: email@example.com or tel: 021 387 0022
- Send your forms back to us: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: 086 771 4396 and we will do the rest!
- Once we have our 200 – we start reaping the benefits. When you swipe your MySchool card a small portion of the sale value goes to EE, at no cost to you.
Swipe your MySchool card at the following shops:
Woolworths, Engen, Quick Shop, Kalahari.com, Waltons, Bargain Books, Toys R Us, Reggies, Altech Netstar, Toner Town, MySchool Travel, Jacks Paint & Hardware, Evalunet, Club Travel, Cartridge Recycling: Mzansi and greenOFFICE
For more information on MySchool, visit: http://www.myschool.co.za/
If you already have a MySchool card, you can allocate EE as your beneficiary and if you have a Woolworths card, you can link this to a MySchool card too.
Help us raise money, by swiping your card!
Note: many other retailers support the program on a regional and local level, with a total of 2 500 locations nationwide, where the supporter cards can be used. Look out for the MySchool/MyVillage/MyPlanet signage at pay points to identify local and regional business partners.