Private Property LIV’s for change

Private Property South Africa
Taryn Isaac

Private Property headed back to LIV Village to help do their part in maintaining the organization’s supportive community and holistic environment.

Spring is the season of new growth and new beginnings, which is why Thursday, the first of September, came as a perfect time for Private Property to give back to the community and reiterate the importance of team work and togetherness.

The company rolled up their sleeves, gathered their necessary tools and headed back to LIV Village in an effort to contribute to an organization that is dear to their hearts.

LIV Village is a part of Private Property’s ongoing CSR initiatives that are integrated into the company’s daily business routines. The company is always on the lookout for new ways to further enhance the lives of people in a tangible and meaningful way.

As a business who values integrity and transparency - two particular values that the LIV Village mirrors, Private Property felt it was up to them to once again be the change they wish to see in the world.

Private Property's team photo at LIV Village for their CSR initiativePrivate Property at LIV Village

Private Property’s previous involvement with LIV:

With more than 6 years of commitment and dedication, Private Property has a long history with the LIV Village organization.

In an effort to help the village grow, Private Property makes a monthly contribution of R12 000 to fund one of the home’s on LIV Village.

Some of the company’s previous involvements with the village include:

• Hosting a Mother’s Day pamper spa day for the mothers of LIV Village.

• Participation in the annual Spar Women’s Challenge in Durban to raise funds for the village.

• Participation in the Midmar Mile to raise funds for the village.

• Donation of old computers to the kids learning centre at the village.

• Décor renovation of the village homes.

LIV Village children's feet photography

Background information of LIV Village:

LIV Village is a non-profit organization which provides holistic residential care for vulnerable children, raising the next generation of leaders in South Africa. The organization places parentless children into a family environment that not only meets their basic physical needs, but also provides unconditional love, care and spiritual discipleship. Most importantly, the village offers an on-site remedial school which provides a solid education and extra-mural activities for the kids of LIV Village.

Private Property’s latest contribution to LIV Village:

In an effort to make another earnest contribution to the vision of the organisation, the company’s latest involvement at LIV Village included the installation of 40 new washing lines, as well as the making of a 5-km-long hiking trail.

The Private Property team installing new washing lines at LIV VillageThe Private Property team installing new washing lines at LIV Village

To conclude the company’s visit, the staff members of Private Property surprised the representatives of LIV Village by donating the equipment that was purchased for the completion of the two activities.

Private Property is proud to put their name behind an organization like LIV Village and is excited to continue paving the way towards the realization of the village’s future dreams and aspirations.

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