CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT

SCHOOLS CLUB

Lucky Star are proud partners of the Pick ‘n Pay School Club. Started 15 years ago, the School Club supplies a mix of 3250 urban and peri-urban schools across the economic spectrum, reaching 2.5 million learners, and 16 500 teachers with workbooks aligned to the national curriculum (CAPS). With material for grade 1 – 7 and grades 8 – 12, the School Club’s books cover a range of subjects. Lucky Star is part of the Lifestyle, Health and Nutrition curriculum which teaches students about the benefits of a healthy diet and the importance of canned fish, a government recommended essential food group.

  

KOMMUNITY DESK

With Archbishop Desmond Tutu as its patron, the Kommunity Desk programme has been supplying the country’s most desperate schools with much needed equipment. The project audits the needs of impoverished schools in the Eastern Cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal and Limpopo, and approaches corporates for assistance. For 8 years, Lucky Star supplied 52 Schools and with 5000 lap desks and nutritional teaching aids each year – creating a better learning environment for the country’s next super generation.

  

CONSUMER STUDIES OLYMPIAD 

The Consumer Studies Olympiad is a national event that sees +/- 4500 of the top Grade 11 & 12 students competing against each other in various Consumer and Catering related academic areas. Lucky Star are proud to be a partner in this initiative, having changed the Olympiad for the better by opening the event up to the less privileged schools of South Africa. Lucky Star subsidises the entry fee for these schools and, with our allegiance to SA Chefs programme and Chef Kabelo, inspires young adults who are interested in entering the world of catering and hospitality.

Are you a Grade 11 or 12 learner that loves Lucky Star? Then you may have what it takes to take part. Contact Fransie Van Tonder at vanTonderFJ@ufs.ac.za to find out how you can apply for an entry into the Consumer Studies Olympiad.

  

PENINSULA SCHOOLS FEEDING ASSOCIATION

Lucky Star provides the Peninsula Schools Feeding Association with tasty and healthy Lucky Star product at a subsidised price. This helps the PSFA to provide school feeding to the approximately 325 000 children in the Western Cape PSFA schools that do not receive the NSNP subsidy.

Through this subsidised price, Lucky Star is also a key sponsor of the Blister for Bread Big Walk event, which takes place in Cape Town every year. The event sees thousands of South African’s walking for this crucial cause and proceeds from this event go toward the Peninsula Feeding Schemes initiative of feeding.

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SCHOOLS CLUB

Lucky Star are proud partners of the Pic ‘n Pay School Club. Started 15 years ago, the School Club supplies a mix of 3250 urban and peri-urban schools across the economic spectrum, reaching 2.5 million learners, and 16 500 teachers with workbooks aligned to the national curriculum (CAPS). With material for grade 1 – 7 and grades 8 – 12, the School Club’s books cover a range of subjects. Lucky Star is part of the Lifestyle, Health and Nutrition curriculum which teaches students about the benefits of a healthy diet and the importance of canned fish, a government recommended essential food group.

  

KOMMUNITY DESK

With the Archbishop Desmond Tutu as its patron, the Kommunity Desk programme has been supplying the country’s most desperate schools with much needed equipment. The project audits the needs of impoverished schools across the country, with a focus on rural schools in the Eastern Cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal and Limpopo, and approaches corporates for assistance. For 8 years, Lucky Star supplied 52 Schools and with 5000 lap desks and nutritional teaching aids each year – creating a better learning environment for the country’s next super generation.

  

CONSUMER STUDIES OLYMPIAD

The Consumer Studies Olympiad is a national event that sees +/- 4500 of the top Grade 11 & 12 students competing against each other in various Consumer and Catering related academic areas. Lucky Star are proud to be a partner in this initiative, having changed the Olympiad for the better by opening the event up to the less privileged schools of South Africa. Lucky Star subsidises the entry fee for these schools and, with our allegiance to SA Chefs programme and Chef Kabelo, inspires young adults who are interested in entering the world of catering and hospitality.

Are you a Grade 11 or 12 learner that loves Lucky Star? Then you may have what it takes to take part. Contact Fransie Van Tonder at vanTonderFJ@ufs.ac.za to find out how you can apply for an entry into the Consumer Studies Olympiad.

PENINSULA SCHOOLS FEEDING ASSOCIATION

Lucky Star provides the Peninsula Schools Feeding Association with tasty and healthy Lucky Star product at a subsidised price. This helps the PSFA to provide school feeding to the approximately 325 000 children in the Western Cape PSFA schools that do not receive the NSNP subsidy.

Through this subdivised price, Lucky Star is also a key sponsor of the Blister of Bread Big Walk event, which takes place in Cape Town every year. This event sees thousands of South African’s walking for this crucial cause and proceeds from this event go toward the Peninsula Feeding Schemes initiative of feeding hungry children.