MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet pays it forward with a total of R200 000 up for grabs; both supporters and their chosen cause can win big!
South Africa (29 April 2021) – MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet, South Africa’s leading community loyalty programme, announces its new ‘swipe to win’ campaign, which will not only incentivize supporters to continue swiping in order to give back to causes that need it the most, but this competition will also reward supporters for their continued commitment to making a difference. Ten winners will stand a chance of winning R10 000 cash each. Because giving back and making an impact is at the forefront of all MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet initiatives, supporters who win will also be able to nominate their chosen beneficiary to receive a further R10 000 donation.
MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet, which has committed R200 000 in prize money, kicks off its new campaign on Thursday, 29 April 2021. It will run for eight weeks, during which time supporters who register to take part in the competition will increase their chances of winning every time they swipe when making a purchase at any of the retail partners, including Woolworths, Builders, Loot.co.za, Engen and more.
At the end of the competition, 10 lucky supporters will take home R10 000 in cash, and also get the incredible chance to boost a cause close to their heart with a further R10 000. Causes can be selected from the long list of organisations that are listed on the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet database.
And if you don’t have a MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card, there’s still time to sign up here.
“We feel very humbled to be able to give back to our supporters who make our very important work possible. We hope that this campaign sparks even more support for these organisations,” says Pieter Twine, General Manager of MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet.
To join MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet and select up to three beneficiaries that mean something to you, simply visit myschool.co.za or download the app. Every time you shop at one of their retail partners, including Woolworths, Engen, Loot.co.za, Bidvest Waltons, Builders and more, a portion of your spend will be given to a school or cause of your choice – at no additional cost to you.