Corporate Social Responsibility

At Baker's Inn, Corporate Social Responsibility is central to our core values. We believe that business is not just about making profit, but it is also about investing in communities.

Community Development

Community Development

  • $20000 worth of bread is donated to vulnerable communities monthly.
  • 2 x 5000 litre water tanks were fully installed at Mauya  Adventist Primary School in Karoi
  •  In partnership with Peter Lobel, fire engines were donated to Hwange Municipality, Victoria Falls Municipality, Gwanda Municipality and Chipinge Municipality.
  •  Food for 300 households was donated in Jambezi (Chief Shana) and Kezi (Chief Malaba) areas.
  •   20 refuse bins were mounted at Harare Central Hospital.
Education and Youth

Education and Youth

  • In collaboration with the Zimbabwe National Army Charities, the construction of a Baker’s Inn classroom block in Mbalabala nears completion.  
  • 3 classroom blocks were refurbished at Huyo Adventist Primary School in Karoi and in addition to that; soccer and netball kits were also donated to the school.
  • The business assumed main sponsorship for the 2016 Harare Merit Awards and Mashonaland East Merit Awards.
Community Health and Welfare

Community Health and Welfare

  • Facilitated financial assistance for 2 children that required medical assistance in India; Manqoba Mabhena and Anopaishe Matambanashe. 
Sports and Recreation

Sports and Recreation

  • Fully sponsored the 2016 Mashonaland East Under-20 soccer tournament.
  • Partnered the Zimbabwe Sevens Rugby Team to introduce the sport to Grade 6 and 7 school children from around Zimbabwe.   This programme recruited 900 children during the six-month partnership.
  • Our collaboration with the Zimbabwe Cricket Association awarded 18 Cricket Scholarships to Chipembere Primary School first team cricket players. Full tuition fees and sports equipment that included the kit and transport money to fixtures was sponsored. Additionally, a bowling machine which is used by several high density schools around Harare was acquired.

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