Corporate Social Investment
Dekon Projects (Pty) Ltd takes its responsibility to the communities it serves seriously. We are a company of passionate, community-minded people, and each year, we ensure our social responsibility projects reflect the causes close to our hearts.
National Sea Rescue Institute
Sea Rescue is the charity that saves lives on South African waters, through Education, Prevention and Rescue. Donations and sponsorship cover annual running costs. The rescue crew, technical experts and board of Directors are all unpaid volunteers. (via www.nsri.org.za )
The Restore Trust
The Restore Trust was setup by Stirling Baptist Church in 2009 in response to the growing need in Buffalo City, South Africa. The heart behind the Trust is restoration of those in need, developing innovative responses to social problems which treat the people of our city with dignity and respect. A Job Creation program was started in 2011, including a woodwork centre and two pre-owned goods shops. (via www.restoretrust.co.za )
POP-UP Nelson Mandela Bay
POPUP Nelson Mandela Bay is a People Upliftment Programme in Sidwell, Port Elizabeth.
POPUP was established in 1999, with a holistic approach to uplifting underprivileged communities. POPUP operates a fully-fledged skills training and development centre to ensure independence, restoration and true upliftment of individuals through market-related, cost-effective training. POPUP provides services to any person living in Port Elizabeth and surrounding areas, regardless of race, culture, gender or religion.
At Dekon Projects, we believe that a wise investment ensures continuity and long-term growth. We believe that access to opportunities is vital to professional and individual growth.
People are often our wisest investment.
Dekon Projects Bursary
The Dekon Projects annual bursary programme gives deserving candidates the opportunity to continue their studies in Construction Management, to build their careers in the exciting world of construction.
For the 2018 academic year, we have invested in three young women on the cusp of promising careers. As beneficiaries of the Dekon Projects bursary scheme for 2018, the three students are recipients of financial support towards the completion of their qualifications, giving them a hand up and setting them firmly on their respective paths within the construction industry.