Positive Impact 2017
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Highlights

Motivating young women with Deutsche Bank employees sharing their stories during Women’s month

August  2017 | Sandton

 

 
“Choosing a career you are passionate about will help you to progress easily as you will always give your best, “ said Kerry-Ann Nair from Compliance. She went on to say: “Remember that in your journey you may fall, what is important is that you pick yourself up and continue to grow by learning from those mistakes.” more

Youth Citizenship Action Programme’s record: 600 South African schools participate in 2017

July 2017 | Durban
 

   

Diverse projects, ranging from environmental to social drug awareness issues were presented by the nine Provincial school finalists competing in the national championship under the Youth Citizens Action Programme (Y-CAP), a Deutsche Bank Born To Be education project partner, on Saturday July 29, 2017. more

 

Take Action and Inspire. Make every day a Mandela Day

July 2017 | Orange Farm
 

Mandela Day: a global call to take 67 minutes action to change the world for better through volunteering and community service. The official date is July 18 and it is in honour of the legacy of Nelson Mandela and his 67 years of service to humanity.

This year, Deutsche Bank Johannesburg employees were encouraged to make a difference through two Plus You initiatives: an off-site house build and an on-site food parcel packing marathon. more

"Master Chef" Volunteers prepare meals for underprivileged pre-schoolers

June 2017 | Diepsloot

 
The Johannesburg team of volunteers cooked up a storm preparing and serving healthy meals for 250 pre-schoolers at Afrika Tikkun in Diepsloot, one of South Africa’s largest informal townships, on Wednesday June 21, 2017. It was an opportunity for employees to experience first-hand the day to day realities of the behind-the-scene operations of ensuring that each child receives a nutritious meal which may be their only meal for the day. more

 

 

South Africa Deutsche Banker’s positive impact in Tembisa Township community

May 2017 |  Tembisa
 
Friday May 19 2017 saw a Plus You team of Johannesburg Deutsche Bankers, with strong representation from the DBSA Finance team go into Tembisa Township community to plant twenty fruit and shade trees for a greener, healthier environment at Tebogo Kids Pre-school and Reagile Primary School. more

Deutsche Bank SA volunteers helping to unlock learners’ potential

March 2017 | Mellvile

 
Friday March 3, 2017 saw Deutsche Bankers return to school for a morning to give back to the Sparrow Foundation School that provides remedial and special needs education. The volunteers participated in a range of fun education activities from science laboratories and chess games through to creating 3D art pieces. “It was humbling to see how cheerful and positive the kids were despite the challenges that they have to face on a day to day basis” commented Jo McClure from the Financing and Solutions Group, who went on to say: more

Deutsche Bank South Africa’s Charity Trading Day exceeds expectations

November 2016 | Sandton

 

 
Deutsche Bank South Africa’s 17th annual Charity Trading Day, a recognised market event, raised over ZAR 3 million for the bank’s charity partners on November 16, 2016. Thanks to the energetic, determined equities team, backed up with two local sports celebrities - Joel Stransky and Louis Meintjes - the bank continues to drive positive change in its local communities – all made possible with the incredible loyalty and support from clients. more 

Deutsche Bank South Africa Staff Charity lunch raises funds and hope for charity

September 2016 | Sandton
               

 
Over ZAR160,000.00 was raised through the participation of Deutsche Bank South Africa staff at the charity lunch – a fun, fundraising event where senior managers turned waiters competed to raise the most tips, serving staff a decadent three course meal which was followed with a fun interactive auction – the proceeds, which are matched by the Deutsche Bank South Africa Foundation, are going to one of Deutsche Bank SA’s Born to Be education partners: Brainwave Careers. more

2016 Mandela Day: Deutsche Bank volunteers pack food parcels for pre-schoolers with Stop Hunger Now.

July 2016 | Sandton

 
On Monday, July 18, the date which is also known as the annual international day in honour of Nelson Mandela was celebrated by SA Deutsche Bankers volunteering their 67 minutes packing food parcels for pre-schoolers with Stop Hunger Now. About 65 staff members participated reaching the target of 15,000 meals ensuring at least 57 pre-schoolers receive one solid meal a day for a year. more

2016 Youth Citizenship Action Programme Championship

July 2016 | Pretoria

 
On Saturday, July 23, 2016, Deutsche Bank South Africa Foundation`s Born To Be project partner, Empowervate, hosted their seventh annual Youth Citizens Action Programme (Y-CAP) national championship. The final competition is a culmination of smaller provincial competitions where eighteen finalist Primary and Secondary Schools are selected out of 400 participating schools, one from each of the nine Provinces in South Africa. more

Kemang Wa Lehulere is Artist of the Year 2017

 April 2016 | Germany

 

 

South African artist Kemang Wa Lehulere is Deutsche Bank's new "Artist of the Year" 2017. He will present his first institutional solo exhibition in Germany at the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle in Berlin in spring 2017. “Kemang Wa Lehulere is a refined artist of the highest order. He explores the relevance of the artistic gesture in post-Apartheid South Africa. more

2016 Little Artists School Exhibition

May 2016 | Sandton

 

Deutsche Bank South Africa, through its foundation, once again co-hosted the Little Artists School exhibition at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Over 150 artworks were on display, and between the opening night exhibition and auction, over R300,000.00 was raised, through the generosity of clients and employees, in support of the artists and the school. more

2016 Winter Drive
June 2016 | Diepsloot

 
On June 10 2016, South African Deutsche Bankers, together with the Deutsche Bank South Africa Foundation partner Brainwave Careers, distributed over 1,200 school winter warmer sets to children at Diepsloot's Basa Primary School as part of its local winter drive. Thanks to the generosity of Deutsche Bank staff pledges, matched by the foundation, Sparrow Schools will also receive the beanie, gloves and scarf sets. more
 

 

 

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