Msogwaba Day Celebration
This is an annual event that honours the presiding Chief. A cash donation was made to the local community as well and a donation of food/drinks was made for those in attendance on the day.
Ngomane Family House Renovations 2020
The Ngomane Family were identified by Emoyeni Mall and the ward councillor as a #ChangeforGood beneficiary. They were living in unsafe conditions with a leaking roof, damaged doors and broken walls. The centre stepped up to help the disadvantaged family.
The mall renovated the house and bought groceries in partnership with their tenants and the ‘Billionaire Mamas’, a local charity organisation. Groceries and clothes were also bought for the family.
COVID-19 Food Parcels and Mask Giveaways
Toegther with Roots Butchery, Emoyeni Mall donated food parcels and masks to the community.
Priority was given to the most vulnerable in the community, particularily the elderly.
Mandela Day 2020
In honour of Mandela Day, Emoyeni Mall identified 40 disadvantaged families that were struggling to put food on the table. In partnership with Roots Butchery 40 food parcels worth R500 each were donated.
Back to School 2021
In February 2021, Emoyeni Mall identified four primary schools to recieve school uniforms, shoes and bags. A total of 75 pairs of school shoes and school bags were handed out.
2021 Emoyeni Mall Grant Days
220 fruit packs were donated to the SASSA pension recipients waiting at Emoyeni Mall in April and 433 packs were handed out in May. 467 cups of tea and scones were handed out in June and 519 portions of bread and soup were distributed in July.
2021 Dignity Pack Donation
Maminza Primary School, Vukasambe Primary School, Somcuba Primary School, Sicelalwati Combined School, Tentele Disabled Centre and Sizakele Stimulation Centre each recieved dignity pack donations from Emoyeni Mall. 470 packs were donated in total that included toothpaste, a toothbrush, a wash cloth and sanitary towels for girls or roll on deoderant for boys.
2021 Mandela Day
Community leaders, ward committee members and the councillor identified two local families as the beneficiaries of the Emoyeni Mall Mandela Day campaign.
The Mdluli family and the Sithole family were both living in shacks that were not structurally sound. Emoyeni Mall built each family a single bedroom house and provided curtains, blankets and mattresses.