UBUNTU

Ubuntu is the Zulu word for “compassion and humanity” and we like to think that we reflect exactly that. Manor Homes is committed to investing in the communities where we do business through social responsibility and community engagement initiatives.

TINY BUBBLES CRECHE


The crèche – ‘Tiny Bubbles’ was established 10 years ago, and Sandra Manuel, the principal, saw the need within the community and set up the crèche with minimal assistance.

LWANDLE RUNNING CLUB


Manor Homes has decided to team up with the JAG Foundation (started by former SA athlete, Elana Meyer) and provide sponsorshop to the Lwandle Running Club on an ongoing basis.

THE FUTURE KIDS


Another initiative proudly supported by Manor Homes – We do this by ensuring we give back to the community as often as possibleand we are extremely proud to be associated with The Future Kids.

RAISE THE BABY RHINO


We also support this campaign run by eleven-year-old school boy Hunter Mitchel who has been raising awareness and funds for rhinos around South Africa.

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TINY BUBBLES

The crèche – ‘Tiny Bubbles’ was established 10 years ago, and Sandra Manuel, the principal, saw the need within the community and set up the crèche with minimal assistance. Their needs were great, but their only request was help with the leaking roof.

After inspecting the roof and seeing the need for greater assistance, the decision was made to try and upgrade all of the crèche’s facilities, with the help of staff, contractors and business associates, who met the task with great enthusiasm.

LWANDLE RUNNING CLUB


Manor Homes has decided to team up with the JAG Foundation (started by former SA athlete, Elana Meyer) and provide sponsorshop to the Lwandle Running Club on an ongoing basis. The idea is to find future South African athletes that might otherwise not have had the opportunity.

We are excited about the prospects of being able to give back to the community, and will watch closely for any rising stars to come from the Lwandle Running Club.

THE FUTURE KIDS


In December 2017, Warren Parkin was approached by Rocco Da Silva, a 9 year old Somerset West kid, who pitched his idea about a club he wanted to start for kids, to create awareness about plastic pollution, the main aim for the club is for kids to join up and attend monthly beach cleanups, create awareness about the amount of plastic on our beaches and for kids to start making a difference.

The Future Kids is a free club and when kids join the club they receive a goodie bag, which contains a branded reusable bag, branded t –shirt to be worn at cleanups, sticker page and two badge.

Manor Homes jumped onboard to assist this great initiative and we have donated funds for the goodie bags, helped get the club started, and also donated a gazebo which assists the club in being visible on clean-up days.

Warren and the Parkin families have attended all the hosted cleanups to date. The Future Kids was one of the three recipients of the Manor Homes June 2018 fundraising imitative, and received R30 000.00 of which they have donated R10 000.00 to SANCCOB to save the sea birds.

We are proud to be associated with a youth conceptualized and aimed initiative which is creating awareness and a positive contribution to society and the planet.

RAISE THE BABY RHINO


We also support this campaign run by eleven-year-old school boy Hunter Mitchel who has been raising awareness and funds for rhinos around South Africa.

https://www.facebook.com/RaisethebabyrhinowithHunter/