Who we are
HCI Foundation is the corporate social investment arm of HCI, a black empowerment investment company that has its origins in the Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union. Our primary concern is the upliftment of all people in South Africa so that all may share in an improved quality of life.
We aim to bring about change and make a sustainable impact in underdeveloped and underprivileged communities through interactive partnerships with other stakeholders.
In 2013 Musiquelaine South Africa launched the “Music Education for Life Transformation Programme” at Steenberg High School in Cape Town.
The main objective of the Steenberg High School Music Project is to establish long term sustainability
and music development that will impact positively on school learners from Grades 8 to 12.
eMedia Investments and HCI Foundation COVID-19 relief fund reaches over two hundred thousand people in need
In a time of enormous inequality, desperate need, and a call for assistance, South Africans rallied together to help eliminate hunger for countless vulnerable communities countrywide. The nation opened its heart to deliver an amount of R19 million to the eMedia and HCI Foundation COVID-19 Relief Fund.
In addition to our three major focus areas we also fund:
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