e4 leads in contribution to Pathways

Robyn BeckworthExecutive management at global technology services and solutions provider e4 have reiterated the technology company’s ongoing commitment to the non-profit organisation, Pathways.


Pathways was established 15 years ago to provide support, education and daily assistance to children with disabilities.


The organisation is based in Westville and has grown from a modest initiative into a multi-racial, multi-cultural facility that helps 37 special needs children in-house and conducts numerous outreach programs. Through these programs the organisation is able to help many more children.


Like all not-for-profit community-driven organisations Pathways relies on donations and support from both the public and private donors.


It is for this reason that e4 has come on board as a long-time Pathways partner. The company contributes R156 000 during the course of the year towards the running of the school and for any other expenses.


“We are very honoured to be a part of this very important and very determined organisation. It offers children the gift of hope every single day and is run by people who are compassionate, who want to ensure quality of life for those who have to cope with severe disability,” says Robyn Beckworth, Marketing Manager at e4.


The relationship between e4 and Pathways remains as strong as ever, and the reward is children who are cared for, loved and made to feel like they are bigger than their disabilities, so much more.