Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment is a necessary and valuable tool used by government to stimulate economic growth to redress past inequalities. However, it can be a complex process to understand and follow. Even though most businesses have just tied up their financial year in February, there are still some businesses that have yet to close. If that’s you there’s still enough time to get your scorecards in order. We can help simplify and streamline the B-BBEE process for your business, helping you with your rating and scorecard.
The Domino Foundation offers a range of options to assist you with your B-BBEE ratings.
Socio Economic Development
This is an easy and straightforward way to obtain full points for this category. Any donations are ploughed directly into our programmes that include Feeding, Life Skills, Early Childhood Development and our two Babies Homes.
Our entire Early Childhood Development Programme follows an enterprise model. This programme empowers crèche owners with the skills to successfully run their own businesses and over the years we’ve seen huge successes. Our heart is to help provide a solid learning foundation for children through assisting crèches to be holistically successful.
Skills Development Provider
We’re excited to announce that in the coming 2016 financial year we can assist you with the third element of the scorecard we couldn’t previously assist you with – Skills Development. Through The Domino Foundation’s Bursary Programme we provide learners with bursaries and place them into tertiary education. As per the ‘category A’ skills development matrix we can assist with points in the skills development scorecard. Feel free to contact us for more information to obtain the highest possible points.
We’d love to talk to you and chat through what the best B-BBEE solution is for you. For all three of these categories we have the valid documentation including affidavits, loan and ED agreements, loan and grant agreements, as well as offer SED and Section 18A tax certificates. Contact Tarin Stevenson on email@example.com or 031 5639605.