Boitumelo benefits from PPO support


As part of its commitment to making sustainable improvements within the local community, Project Portfolio Office (PPO) is supporting the Boitumelo Children’s Home in Soshanguve, Pretoria.

For the past 14 years, the home has provided a safe environment for children who have suffered extreme hardships and poor living conditions. Today, it supports 42 children, aged from one to 19 years, and the founder of the home, Sophie Msiza, is assisted by six caregivers who generously and selflessly volunteer their time to love, care and educate the residents of the home.

As the first step in its pledge to provide assistance and support to the residents of Boitumelo Children’s Home, the PPO team hosted an Easter event, which saw children and volunteers alike enjoy festivities, a meal and treats.

In addition, the company kicked off a “towel drive” for the home, so that every child receives a new bath towel. PPO also provided sustainable products, such as three months’ supply of baby formula, along with nappies, chairs, tables, educational materials, and various toiletries and cleaning products.

With the winter months on South Africa’s doorstep, the company has initiated a blanket drive for the home to help the children weather the chilly nights, inviting both clients and partners to participate. Interested parties can contact PPO by e-mailing

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