The Launch of Treble 99 NPC is Upon Us
To our valued partners, clients and friends, it is with immense pride that the Treble Group announces that it has established a Non-Profit Company (NPC) called Treble99 NPC. This has been years in the making and the desire to uplift previously disadvantaged communities in South Africa has always been at the forefront of the Treble Group’s vision.
Over the past few years, the Treble Group has received (and continues to receive) numerous requests from clients to identify and create Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives for inclusion in their brand activation programmes. While the Treble Group team actively assisted and delivered in this regard and has already worked with many worthwhile causes of varying scales, it identified that several initiatives and sports organisations did not have established structures in place to receive funding, manage, and market their CSR initiatives.
The Treble Group aims to harness all its expertise and experience to deliver holistic and professionally run CSR solutions via Treble 99 NPC. Therefore, Treble99 NPC has been registered as a NPC with Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) status that is focused on developing bespoke initiatives and supporting existing CSR projects that empowers communities through sport.
Treble99 NPC can act as an implementation solution to our partners in the promotion of sport and recreation by delivering all their CSR projects. As a registered NPC with PBO status, Treble 99 NPC is legally authorised to provide Section 18a tax certificates for any donation made to the company.
With the leadership, structures, vision, and operational team in place, Treble99 NPC is ready to go to market to secure partners in this venture and assist in developing focused and sustainable development projects, aligned with clear governance, developmental and marketing objectives.
If you would like further information, or to contribute to Treble 99 NPC, please contact Louise Otter (Treble99 NPC Project Lead)
Mobile: 082 906 9093 | Email: [email protected]
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