The Vencorp Foundation

Based on the Vencorp Groups’ principles of ‘people first’ and ‘doing things differently’, the Vencorp Foundation was founded at the same time as the main entity, with the purpose of putting 5% of their turnover to changing the lives of those less fortunate.

For the past 7 years, the Foundation has been quietly affecting change through direct contribution to uplifting lives – from helping just one person to working with schools and hospitals within the Western Cape, each project has an immediate benefit. Over 7 years, hundreds have benefited from their charitable donations, and now they are seeking to increase the number of projects through fundraising.

Every cent is used, with the Foundation’s only cost being the bank fees – no Foundation funds are used to cover time, overheads or salary. It is a purely a charity for giving out.

Utilising their contacts in the Medical Industry through their Vencorp Placement Medical Recruitment arm, a future initiative for the Foundation includes creating an online app to link patients with a doctor able to perform the procedure, to which a company can then donate the funds, enabling those in real need to receive the care they so desperately need to change their lives for the better.

The Foundation is able to provide measurable progress to all contributors and a financial open-book policy will be available on the site, showing funds raised and amounts spent on projects – all contributors will be able to see exactly where their money is helping, the how, the when and the why.

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Vencorp Group

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Vencorp Placements is a specialist healthcare recruitment service, dedicated to providing high quality staffing solutions to our world-class partner medical facilities across South Africa.