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Join the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet programme and effortlessly donate to the NSRI – for free!

There is a reason the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet programme was voted Best Loyalty Program and Best Loyalty Community Campaign in 2023, and has received similar accolades every year since 2013 – it’s one of the most convenient ways for South Africans to support causes that they believe in.

Every time you swipe your MySchool card at any Woolworths store, a percentage of your spending is donated to your chosen beneficiary at absolutely ZERO additional cost to you.

This means that if the NSRI is one of your MySchool card beneficiaries, you will raise funds for the organisation by simply shopping and without spending one extra cent of your hard-earned cash.

It is that easy!

Don’t have a MySchool card? Click here to apply or download the MySchool app and join the programme.

Did you know that you can have up to three beneficiaries linked to one card? This means that you don’t have to choose between your favourite causes and charities, you can just login and add the NSRI as a beneficiary.

Your generous donation will go towards the running of the NSRI, which includes personal protection equipment, rescue vessels, training and more to help keep everyone safe on South African waters.

For any further information or assistance with registering, please contact Renee@searescue.org.za for assistance.

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