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Spread the love with a simple swipe

8 Feb 2013 09:43
As you plan how best to show your love this Valentines Day, remember to give a piece of your heart to a worthy cause by simply swiping your MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card. Love is in the air and hearts are aflutter as lovebirds shop eagerly for the perfect gift.
Spread the love with a simple swipeKeep spreading the love with a quick swipe of your MySchool card and a percentage of your purchase will be donated to your beneficiary of choice, whether it's a charity caring for children or the elderly, an environmental or wildlife cause or a school. The best part? It won't cost you a cent since the donation will be make on your behalf by the partner store. There's a great variety of beneficiaries from which you can choose to support a cause close to your heart.

Remember you can present your card at kalahari.com, Toys R Us, Engen Quickshops, Waltons and Woolworths. For more info including beneficiary choices, plus how to select up to three causes to your card, go to www.myschool.co.za or phone +27 (0)860 100 445.
    
 
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