Compuscan renovated, re-opened and adopted the Village Kids Nursery School in Garden Village, Somerset West in 2004 after the company became aware of the need for a nursery school in this area. Further to funding its teachers’ salaries and the overall maintenance of the school, Compuscan provides daily meals and regular support to the staff. At Compuscan, the annual shoebox project has become so popular that donations are filled within ten minutes after applications open.

Making a difference to the lives of those in our local community has always been an integral part of Compuscan’s greater mission. The company has been involved The Village Kids pre-school, for a number of years and once again, Compuscan employees were given the opportunity to pledge their gift boxes to the children at the Somerset West based nursery school.
It was with great joy that the little people at The Village Kids greeted Father Christmas as he arrived with a big bag full of presents. Excitement filled the air and it was evident that they were expecting their guest as their Christmas tree was beautifully decorated.

Father Christmas and his helpers brought cupcakes and juice and the children showed their gratitude through singing a special song and eventually smothering their hero with hugs.
The non-profit organization aims to improve the lives of less fortunate children by giving them a decent education at no cost. Coming from a community that is impoverished and ridden with social problems such as alcoholism, drug addiction and crime, these children often have to face difficulties beyond what one can image.

The non-profit organization aims to improve the lives of less fortunate children by giving them a decent education at no cost. Coming from a community that is impoverished and ridden with social problems such as alcoholism, drug addiction and crime, these children often have to face difficulties beyond what one can image.

The school has seen more than 150 children off to school since it was founded. With three permanent staff members and a class of about 24, these children are getting the attention they need to learn and become prepared for a bright future.

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