Corporate Social Investment

Corporate Social Investment is ingrained in our company culture at Tipp Focus. CSI helps build customer loyalty, improves employee dedication and creates a reputable and legitimate image for businesses of all shapes and sizes.

But more than that, CSI is vital to the economy.

At Tipp Focus, we understand that corporate social responsibility is not a mere compliance exercise but that it’s our moral and ethical obligation to make a positive impact on society, our staff and the environment.

We are constantly on the look out for opportunities that not only hand over goods and services but also drive long-term impact.

We are passionate about developing future generations through training and practical exposure and we recognise the need to take this to grassroot levels.

We support Lindokuhle, an orphanage feeding scheme in Witbank.
The orphanage provides meals to children before and after school. This may seem insignificant to those who have never had to teach hungry children but these meals go a long way in ensuring that children from underprivileged communities are motivated to stay in school.

Tipp Focus understands the vital role Lindokuhle plays in keeping children’s tummies full so they can concentrate and excel at school. That’s why we refurbished the facility by providing a new ceiling, plumbing, flooring, air-conditioning as well as an extra room for the children to play in. We also donated R20 000 towards food and brought in R6 000 worth of groceries.

Some of our other CSI activities include putting up fencing at the Londolani School, donating R5000 to Botshabelo NPO and collaborating with Eskom to make a difference to the learners of Allandale High School by recognising their high performers.

Featured Projects



Ubuhle Bezwe Child Care Centre was founded in 2002 by Barbara Mthimkhulu, providing services to disadvantaged children and senior citizens. Ubuhle Bezwe is situated in Tembisa, South Africa, Gauteng.



Othandweni acts as a place of safety where children are placed until suitable families have been found, either through adoptions or foster care. hose children who cannot be immediately placed stay at Othandweni for as long as is necessary.