corporate social investment

Charity begins at Home This proverb was first recorded in English, in slightly different form by John Wycliffe Of Prelates in 1383 – “Charity should begin at himself” – meaning that family members are more important than anyone else – one’s own people come before any other responsibilities. By South Africans for South Africans is embedded in the cashkows.com ethos where we are committed to contribute in a meaningful way to society at large. Founded in Hermanus in 2009, we at cashkows.com believe Charity begins at Home by starting with our local community. cashkows.com and its employees are committed partners of the Hermanus Rainbow Trust with the purpose to enable social development and building a better future for all members of our society.   hermanus-rainbow-trust

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