About MCI

Leading provider of software solutions to medium and large sized corporations

MCI recognises its responsibility as a corporate citizen and is committed to making a contribution to the economic and social development of South Africa.

MCI currently supports the following organisations:


The Hope Factory

The Hope Factory employs an innovative process of guiding, supporting and equipping the grassroots entrepreneur through the survivalist, subsistence phase of his or her business towards the small business of the future. The Hope Factory has equipped more than 800 individuals with the skills needed to achieve their highest level of independence with a track record which speaks for itself with 76% of Hope Factory graduates from the past 5 years still financially sustainable.
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SOS Children’s Villages

The SOS Children’s Villages Association of South Africa is a member of SOS – Kinderdorf International, the largest private welfare organization for children in the world. Over 200 000 children benefit from the various residential, educational and developmental programmes operating in 135 countries.
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Little Eden

Little Eden is an organisation which cares for persons with intellectual disabilities. Many of the children at Little Eden have been abandoned by their biological families. Based in Edenvale, Little Eden has two residential homes where children and adults with profound intellectual disability enjoy a loving, permanent home for the rest of their lives.
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Santa Shoebox Project

The Santa Shoebox Project collects and distributes gifts at Christmas time to underprivileged children throughout South Africa and Namibia. The Santa Shoebox Project originated in Cape Town and has grown in leaps and bounds, with the number of Santa Shoeboxes growing from a humble 180 boxes in 2006 to a record 118 274 in 2013. The boxes are distributed to more than 1000 recipient facilities, through more than 60 satellites around South Africa and Namibia.
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