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My School

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It has never been easier to change a life... Make a difference with MySchool and the University of the Free State:

Sign up for a MySchool Card and choose the University of the Free State as your beneficiary. Every time you
swipe at official partners, they donate money to the university on your behalf. If you have an existing MySchool
card, you can add the UFS as a beneficiary, because you may have 3 beneficiaries.
(Visit www.myschool.co.za to add us online as a beneficiary.)

Will it cost you anything?
No, not a cent. All you have to do, is swipe your card at partners every time you shop.

How will the funds be used?

The funding will go towards the No Student Hungry Bursary Programme which have managed to change more
than 650 lives since 2011 by assisting students who are food insecure with a food bursary. These students have
good academic records, even though they come from very challenging social backgrounds.

For more information on NSH contact:

Where can I sign up?
Visit www.myschool.co.za to sign up or contact Vicky Simpson for further details.
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