Christmas Box Campaign

Stewarts & Lloyds is well known for going above and beyond when it comes to giving back and doing charity, and the festive season is an opportunity to bring that extra special cheer to those who need it most.

This year, continuing from the much-loved Christmas Box campaign of 2021, the branches of Stewarts & Lloyds went the extra mile again to bring some cheer and put smiles on faces all over the country.

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The Bloemfontein Branch chose to support Heatherdale Diaconal Services

for their Christmas Box. They were able to gift 80 balls, 80 colouring-in books and

pencils, as well as 194 boerewors rolls. The branch also received monetary

contributions from their staff which amounted to R540.

Epping and Wetton

The Epping and Wetton branches chose Lofdal School for their Christmas Box. The children were

treated to presents and a visit from Santa.


The Kimberley Branch chose to treat the children of Barkley Wes Children’s Home.

The children received a sweet packet, a boerie rolls and a cooldrink. The branch also

spent some time with the children and donated Christmas decorations, decorating

their tree with them. Each child also got a picture taken with Santa and his elf,

which they will get to keep.

Pipes & Fittings

Pipes and Fittings chose Die Anker Tehuis for their Christmas Box. The elderly

residents recieved a thoughful care package with some necessities as well as some

treats for the festive season.


The Pretoria Branch chose Blymoedig Clinic for their Christmas Box. Blymoedig Clinic is

a Psycho-Geriatric Clinic, specialising in Alzheimers and other long-term psychiatric

care. The Pretoria staff displayed great teamwork, raising a total of R15,000, which

was used towards the purchases of toiletries, art supplies, snacks, etc. for the



The Robertville Branch chose to do something a little different this year for their

Christmas Box, deciding to give back to their own. The branch bought presents for all

the driver’s and warehouse staff’s children this year, giving back to their own family.


The Vaal Branch chose the Lochvaal Emfuleni Lochvaal Emfuleni Welfare,

Family Care, Shelter, Development & Training Center for their Christmas Box. The

organisation, whose resources were almost depleted, desperately needed the help. The

Christmas donation was able to assist 121 people in total, of which 41 were assisted.


Vereeniging chose Plekkie in die Son, a home for the elderly in Arconpark, for their

Christmas Box. The residents were each gifted a lovely present full of sweet treats

and a few necessities and got to enjoy some snacks while they opened their presents.


The Wadeville Branch chose to gift the children in the Oncology Ward at the Charlotte

Maxeke Hospital for their Christmas Box. From the dedicated employees to the generous

customers, the branch managed to raise an incredible R29,000, providing the children

with heathly sweet packs, soft toys, arts and crafts goodies, colouring-in books, socks,

blankets, pillowcases, and cupcakes.


The Wynberg Branch chose to support the Frida Hartley Shelter for their Christmas Box.

The branch raised money to buy 30 presents for the children at the shelter and were

also able to donate feminine products to the women in need.