Glasshouse feels strongly about our environmental impact. Through an effective blend of environmental protection, respect for people and cultures as well as dedication to saving energy and natural resources, we are able to develop meaningful sustainability.







 In line with this, Glasshouse has supported the following CSI projects:


Corporate governance

 Adept at corporate governance, Glasshouse operates in complete transparency, encouraging employees to be involved in the company’s affairs and to obtain a sound understanding of its activities.  Empowerment is encouraged through participation and information sharing. All aspects of our policies are non-discriminatory as regards to race, colour and creed.



Enterprise development

 We encourage the capacity building of smaller suppliers, giving them the ability to do larger deals and improve their profitability, by partnering with Glasshouse to grow their business.



Development programme

 Committed to introducing black candidates to the PR industry and growing the skills they require, Glasshouse supports a programme through the University of Johannesburg, which includes the placement of a third year PR student for experiential training.




 Glasshouse encourages future growth by supporting initiatives that enable the growth of children through education. In line with this Glasshouse has supported the CSI projects below.



Nelson Mandela Day, 18 July: Working with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Glasshouse has been assisting the NMF with this international awareness day for the past 8 years.  This annual project is sanctioned by the UN.


Nicarela Charity: It is an organisation that supports a number of institutions and organisations including:


  • Marang House - Provides medical care for seriously ill children
  • Eeufeesoord Old Age Home - State-run old age home for state pensioners
  • Park Care Home - Affordable 24-hour nursing care for 320 aged and physically frail patients
  • Sinenhlanhla - A support group for HIV positive people
  • Bethany - A refuge for about 54 women and their children
  • Little Saints of Bethany - A playschool established for the children sheltered at Bethany
  • Jordon House Old Age Home - This home caters for pensioners living on R1200 per month
  • The St Columba Soup Kitchen - Provides 35 street people with hot soup and bread
  • The Pantry - The pantry feeds 40 people per month by providing a box of groceries
  • Princess Alice Adoption Home - A residential home and place of safety for abandoned babies
  • Frida Hartley - A shelter for destitute women in distress
  • The Rahima Moosa Hospital - Formally Coronationville Hospital Children’s ward
  • Agape Inner City Project - This school is for abandoned children
  • St Giles - Accommodation and care for 50 disabled adults from the age of 18 onwards
  • Guild Cottage - A home for orphans and children in distress


The Parkview Charity Christmas Market is now in its 10th year. All funds raised from the fun-filled market go towards the Nicarela Charity, a registered PBO. We have been involved with the co-ordination and marketing of this localised event for the past nine years. Last year's event attracted over 12 000 visitors and raised over R800 000 for the Charity.

Glasshouse is committed to the Advertising, Communication and Marketing Transformation Charter (MAC) re-gazetted in September 2015. We strive to improve on our transformation scorecard (B-BBEE).  Glasshouse has been rated as a level 2 BEE contributor.

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