Trellidor actively considers sponsorship requests within the communities in which the company
operates. Trellidor Head Office projects are independent of Trellidor franchise initiatives, although
there are sometimes joint projects that we work on together.
In all cases it is vital that we maintain our independence and do not allow external partnerships to bring the name of Trellidor into disrepute. We also seek to ensure that the activities of organisations we work with are consistent with our organisational values.
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Complete the Trellidor Sponsorship Application Form (please read the Trellidor Sponsorship Policy before filling out the application form).
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Trellidor Lansdowne assists Vukani Educare Centre in Khayelitsha
Vukani Educare Centre in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, caters for children with disabilities. Sadly, it has become an easy target for burglaries. The centre has been supported by the Rotary Club of Newlands since Founder and Principal Lindelwa Madikane started setting it up in 2006. John Petersen,...
Trellidor pays it forward at the Sunflower Fund Ball
Trellidor Head Office has been a long standing supporter of the Sunflower Fund fundraising initiatives, including the annual fund ball held in Durban each year. The ball raises money to pay for the tissue typing of stem cell donors for inclusion on the South African Bone Marrow Registry. The more...
Trellidor Durban South secures Durban Child and Youth Centre
It seems that even a home sheltering destitute children isn’t immune to robbery. Trellidor Durban South recently came to the aid of The Durban Child and Youth Centre, a Non-Governmental Organisation that cares for children in need, securing their premises after a series of break-ins.
Trellidor secures Children's Village
Trellidor has completed a security installation to protect the children living at Ingane Yami Children’s Village in the Shongweni Valley outside Durban. It is the second time the company has assisted the village, which is home to children left destitute by the AIDS pandemic.
Working together towards a Non-violent society
Join in the international ’16 days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children’ campaign. It runs from 25 November to 10 December (Human Rights Day) and there many ways for us to contribute towards a less violent society.