The Ewing’s Charitable Division
The Coronavirus has once again brought out this nation’s seemingly limitless capacity for generosity, our charitable impulse runs as deep as it ever has, crossing traditional dividing lines.
Using social media as a marketing tool has become very popular amongst many charitable organisations, including large-scale organisations like Greenpeace, UNICEF and PETA.
Despite the Charitable Sector continuing to face the challenges presented by a stagnant economy along with rising inflation, NGO’s are becoming more resilient.
I would like to begin this newsletter by paying tribute to the founder of our Charitable Division, Andrew Ewing, who very sadly passed away on 20 November 2016
2017 saw the first Mandela Day fundraiser held at Ewing Trust Company. The staff all enthusiastically participated
The campaign for this month was about Human Trafficking. We see and hear that women and children are abducted every day
It has been an exciting quarter for the Charitable Division. We have been privileged to see some our smaller trusts gain some wonderful exposure
“I see a Fish!” Mlungi shouts through his snorkel. His face is pressed into the blue water above Limestone reef
The Jock of the Bushveld Premiere in Durban was held as a fundraising initiative for the Rhino Anti-Poaching unit of the Magqubu Ntombela Foundation
When Precious learned she had been selected to go on a five day Wilderness Trail, so was more than a little apprehensive
The “Ewing Twinkle Stars” took part in the 2011 Midmar Mile Corporate Challenge event on the 12th February 2011.
Working in the Charitable Division of Ewing Trust Company is an incredible experience. There is never a dull moment! My next experience was Freediving with Sharks!