15 National welfare organisations have joined forces under one BIG national fundraising campaign called: Tekkie Tax. Altogether we represent way over a 1 000 NGOs all over the country.
The first Tekkie Tax campaign took place in 2013 and a whopping R2.4 million was raised. More than 180 local NGOs participated. The message was clear; everybody loved the campaign and Tekkie Tax is here to stay!
After a successful audit in October, all proceeds were distributed in November 2013.
How does it work?
Members of the public are asked to get a Tekkie Tax sticker for a R10 donation. There are 5 different stickers, each representing a beneficiary sector.
Depending on where your heart lies, you can choose which of the 5 sectors you would like to support when buying your sticker/s (and YES, you may choose more than one)
Basic Family Care,
On Tekkie Tax day, you wear the big sticker on your lapel and put the small one on your cell phone to stay there for the rest of the year. Whatever your outfit is for the day, wear your tekkies!
You can even spiff up your tekkies by getting a pair of our funky shoelaces called “Tekkie Tags”
(R30 including your sticker of choice)
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