Lyoness Child & Family Foundation Opens Nelson Mandela School In South Africa
About the Lyoness Child & Family Foundation
According to the CSR and sustainability efforts of the internationally active shopping community, Lyoness, the Lyoness Child & Family Foundation was founded in 2008 as an independent charitable organisation, which supports national and international aid projects under the motto "Education. Opportunities. Future." Each Lyoness Member contributes actively to the Foundation's social projects with a part of their purchases. These are mainly educational projects for children and teenagers in economically deprived countries worldwide. You can find further information at http://www.lyoness-CFF.org.
Lyoness is an international sector-spanning shopping community as well as a Loyalty Programme for trades. It is active in 32 countries throughout Europe, as well as in the USA, Canada, Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and South Africa and in the Asian Pacific region in Hong Kong, Macao, Australia, Thailand and in the Philippines. Currently, more than 2.7 million Members use the Lyoness Benefits at 29,000 Loyalty Merchants worldwide. You can find further information at http://www.lyoness.com.Press photo: Opening ceremony of the "Nelson Mandela No-Moscow Primary School" in Qunu: Lyoness CEO Hubert Freidl (front left), Luvuyo Hlanganani Mandela (middle) and Meme Mable Kgagara (front right) cutting the barrier tape. Credit: Lyoness.TV More photos can be provided on request. Contact: Silvia Weihs Lyoness Management GmbH Tel.: +43-664-85-55-241 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SOURCE Lyoness Management GmbH
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