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Our core value of caring extends to our communities. Our staff and clients are connected and part of our communities and our communities are part of us. As a firm we support various community and charitable initiatives and encourage our professionals and staff to in their own right get involved with and contribute and support where they can.

A prominent community initiative of the firm is its New Breed Art Competition, an annual first-of-its-kind Free State visual arts competition aimed at discovering new and emerging Free State-based artists and showcasing contemporary art from the province. Established in 2016, the competition has grown tremendously to become one of the pre-eminent South Africa art competitions and a recognised feature on the national arts calendar. With over a R100,000 in prize money on offer annually and national recognition for the winners, the competition provides an important platform for emerging artists to launch their careers. For more information on the competition, visit the competition website at www.newbreedart.co.za.

We have also established the Phatshoane Henney Foundation, a non-profit trust, registered as a Public Benefit Association and as a Non-Profit Organisation to organise socio-economic development initiatives by our firm and member firms of the Phatshoane Henney Group, annually investing sizable amounts in key socio-economic development projects and bursaries.

For more information on our Group socio-economic development activities, view our Group Transformation Report 2020/21.

Our core value of caring extends to our communities. Our staff and clients are connected and part of our communities and our communities are part of us. As a firm we support various community and charitable initiatives and encourage our professionals and staff to in their own right get involved with and contribute and support where they can.

A prominent community initiative of the firm is its New Breed Art Competition, an annual first-of-its-kind Free State visual arts competition aimed at discovering new and emerging Free State-based artists and showcasing contemporary art from the province. Established in 2016, the competition has grown tremendously to become one of the pre-eminent South Africa art competitions and a recognised feature on the national arts calendar. With over a R100,000 in prize money on offer annually and national recognition for the winners, the competition provides an important platform for emerging artists to launch their careers. For more information on the competition, visit the competition website at www.newbreedart.co.za.

We have also established the Phatshoane Henney Foundation, a non-profit trust, registered as a Public Benefit Association and as a Non-Profit Organisation to organise socio-economic development initiatives by our firm and member firms of the Phatshoane Henney Group, annually investing sizable amounts in key socio-economic development projects and bursaries.

For more information on our Group socio-economic development activities, view our Group Transformation Report 2020/21.

How We Give Back

How We Give Back