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Support homeschooling when you buy power

You can now support the Association for Homeschooling when you buy pre-paid electricity from Power24.

The Association for Homeschooling has promoted the recognition of the right of parents to educate their children within the family in South Africa since 1992, and keeps the homeschooling community informed by operating the most comprehensive website on home education is South Africa.

If you would like to support the Association, just follow the easy steps given below:

  1. Get a MySchool card. Go to the Myschool Website and apply online.
  2. When you apply for the MySchool card, enter “Association” in the search box and select “Association for Homeschooling” as your beneficiary.
  3. You will receive a MySchool card number immediately via email, and receive the physical card via normal mail a few days later.
  4. When you have a MySchool card number, you can visit the Power24 website and register. You must provide your MySchool card number when you register.
  5. If you have already registered with Power24, you can add you MySchool card by sending an SMS. Click here for detailed instructions.

You can also support the Association if you swipe your MySchool card at retailers such as Woolworths, Kalahari.com, Jack’s Hardware, Reggies, ToysRUs and many more.

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