Shoprite Group steps up to help NGOs save ahead of 15% VAT increase

The Shoprite Group has launched the ActForChange card, which is tailormade for NGOs and charities.

The card comes with an automatic 5% discount on all purchases made by NGOs from all Shoprite Group brands.

This is according to assistant CSI manager at Shoprite, Lunga Schoeman.

Our CEO all the time pushes us to find ways of opening up our business to help communities and to assist those who act for real meaningful change.

Lunga Schoeman, CSI Manager at The Shoprite Group

There is no admin and application fee. NGOs can even put money on the card if they want. As VAT is going up we want to make sure that NGOs do not get the worst part of the deal.

Lunga Schoeman, CSI Manager at The Shoprite Group

To hear how the Shoprite ActForChange card works, listen below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Shoprite Group steps up to help NGOs save ahead of 15% VAT increase


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