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In the midst of promoting entrepreneurship and sustainable SMME development in Botswana, LEA also engages in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects with the intention of uplifting the livelihoods of the beneficiaries. 

FRANCISTOWN BRANCH DONATE TO MANDUNYANE, BOROLONG AND MATER SPEI COLLEGE IN FRANCISTOWN

Francistown Branch donated dustbins to the community of Borolong and Mater Spei College. Borolong, a village of the outskirts of Francistown was given a total of 5 bins which were placed at the Kgotla, clinic, primary school and the old Kgotla. LEA also donated 10 bins to Mater Spei College which showed to be in great need for this dust bins. This was a good gesture by LEA Francistown Branch Staff who contributed towards the procurement of the bins. The event was to show that LEA does not only care about entrepreneurship and SMME development, it also cares for the community in which it operates. The initiative was to show love to the environment in which it operates. Studies has shown that a clean environment is a conducive place for one to be mentally fit to work and live within. 

LEA Francistown Branch also donated 20 chairs and 4 tables on behalf of the organization to a Reception class of 2017 which comprised of 33 graduating pupils. The pupils performed exceptionally well academically and their performance was a clear indication of the tremendous amount of learning which has taken place during the year. The students have demonstrated great character, growth and capability to do better. LEA extended their hand to recognize the outstanding work of staff and the parents. Our efforts is to show emphasis on the importance of education as the greatest treasure which no one can steal away from you. LEA continues to urge parents to inculcate the spirit hard work and of entrepreneurship among our children at an early age. 

LEA GANTSI BRANCH DONATES TOILETRIES TO GANTSI PRISON

The LEA Gantsi Branch on 12th December 2017 made a donation of toiletries to inmates at the Gantsi Prison. Considering that it was towards Christmas time, a season when gifts are normally exchanged or given out to those deserving, the LEA Gantsi Branch had selected inmates to be recipients of this donation.

KASANE BRANCH DONATES SCHOOL UNIFORM TO KASANE PRIMARY SCHOOL

The Kasane Branch lived to the biblical principle that says ‘blessed is the hand that gives’ when they committed themselves to contribute money to buy full school uniform for a standard six pupil of Kasane Primary School. As a team, the Kasane staff realised that as the winter season approached there are those who are underprivileged and cannot afford school uniforms. The team strongly believed that every child, irrespective of economic status, has the right to education. With that in mind, there is no greater travesty than children being denied education, not because they are unwilling, but because they cannot afford uniforms.

By sponsoring a child’s education, you do not only give the child a future, but you also help reduce illiteracy and increase the child’s quality of life. When you sponsor a child’s education, you educate a child and all the future generations yet to come.

LEA MOLEPOLOLE BRANCH DONATES A STANDPIPE

In an effort to support the community that it serves, the LEA Molepolole Branch embarked on a project to assist a visually impaired citizen, to connect a stand pipe in her yard so that she can easily access and fetch water. The Molepolole Branch identified an elderly lady aged 106 years in Letlhakeng through the Social and Community Development Office. The branch also helped to seal the cracks and painted the beneficiary’s house with the help of the business community. The project was financed by staff contributions and business owners in the village.

LEA SOCIAL CLUB DONATES GROCERIES TO TLOKWENG FAMILY

In an effort to further extend a helping hand on behalf of the LEA Social Club (LSC), the LSC EXCO, both the new and outgoing, visited the family in Tlokweng. Both teams joined hands, to donate groceries to the Family through the Tlokweng Social and Community Development office. These included food hampers, toiletries, clothes and money. The Social Club further conducted a general cleaning exercise at the beneficiary’s homestead.