Centurion Christian School Community Involvement
(Corporate Social Responsibility)

CCS is a Non Profit Organisation and we can provide a tax deduction certificate for donations.

Would you like to become involved in our outreach program. You can make a difference in the following ways:

  • join our Prayer Worriers and receive all the prayer request so that you can pray while driving to work or having a break over coffee
  • assist with any of our outreaches during the year by contributing financially, with your expertise, with contact info for people who may be able to assist or who would like to be involved, etc.;
  • become part of any fundraising events aimed at raising funds for our outreaches;
  • financial contributions to our Outreach Fund.

For more information on any of the programs please contact Zelda Savopoulos at school or via e-mail (principal@ccschool.co.za)

  • 2018

    During 2018 Centurion Christian School was involved in various outreach events in our community:

    Abba House

    Abba House is a faith-based (FBO), non-profit organisation (NPO). They are a ministry of "SA Cares for Life" which provides a caring facility for babies and children. They provide support to orphans and other vulnerable children ensuring that they have shelter, clothing, food to eat and that their basic needs are met. The Daniel Learning Centre took some necessities to the shelter. They played with the little ones and help with the feeding.

    Winter Warmer Project

    During a cold winter one realize how privileged we are to have warm clothes and blankets. The CCS Servants collected blankets and with the help of PEN the blankets were distributed in the Pretoria area were it was needed most.


    A few of the CCS learning centres reached out to the community of Mooiplaats again this year. They took some provisions and had a lot of fun playing with the little ones. CCS also help with donations for the staff to buy new uniforms.

    Mooiplaats Christmas Project

    Mooiplaats Christmas

    It was a real privilege this year to once again bless the children at the Mooiplaats Crèche through the Christmas Box project. From the Samuel to the Joshua Learning Centres the students decorated the boxes and the parents contributed to the gifts. Mooiplaats is an informal settlement on the landfill area and most of the parents try to make a living from the waste and rubbish or are unemployed. The ages of the children at the Crèche range from 3 to 6 and the 65 little ones thoroughly enjoyed the Christmas Boxes and their fun day. CCS has been actively invoved at the Mooiplaats Crèche the past 5 years.

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  • 2013