An Innovative Approach to Giving Back Submission Details
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Note to the editor
Pledge-a-Portion makes use of donations from business, communities and individuals to raise funds for various charities, non-profit organisations and schools in South Africa.
We have assisted the following organisations: Headway, Little Eden, Choc, Gray College, Love of Christ Ministries, Bedfordview Community Policing Forum (BCPF) and Deloitte’s Polar Race Charity Challenge for LEAP Science and Maths School.
Pledge-a-Portion has also partnered with the Bead Coalition Company (www.thebeadco.co.za) in South Africa – a philanthropic company that identifies specific causes, creates awareness and designs themed, bespoke, beaded bracelets like the Rhino Force, Ocean Force and Earth Force bracelets.
Pledge-a-Portion is a registered Public Benefit Organisation and donations larger than R5 000 will receive an 18A Donations Certificate, which is deductible in terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act.
For more information about Pledge-a-Portion or to arrange an interview, please visit www.pledgeaportion.org; watch our video at https://vimeo.com/220321084; email firstname.lastname@example.org; or contact Bryan Smith on 083 300 8888.
Have a look at the online visibility from 11/13/2017 to today for An Innovative Approach to Giving Back:
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