Pink Torque aims to create a space to grow mechanics/technicians especially women to have access to tools of the trade. This will assist in having the confidence to carry out the work they have been trained and have qualified. A mechanic/technicians’ journey is one that requires a variety of tools and if they work outside a dealership they do not have access to the same level of quality equipment due to the price of the tools. This limits creating quality engagements outside of traditional employment and they cannot maximise on the skill they have trained for by being self-employed should they wish to. Tools are not limited to those found in a toolbox; this also includes safety apparel such as PPE. #BuyHerATool requests you donate to either in the form of a voucher to our preferred suppliers, a letter of intent or deposit to our account.
Woman are the largest untapped reservoir of talent in the world.— Hallary Clinton
#BuyHerATool is not only a call to action to donate towards female mechanics/technicians, but towards building a space in the form of a workshop where they can work from. We seek to open a service/repair workshop and hire a staff compliment of 70% black females. Our application for funding has been received by the Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism. #BuyHerATool aims at offering hope especially in unemployment of qualified mechanics/technicians.
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Send an email to email@example.com and we will send you our identified supplier list for the following areas:
- Toolbox sets
- Service & Repair Equipment
- Car Wash Equipment
- Generator / Backup
- Furniture/ Stationery Consumables
- Inventory/ Parts
Contact Kamo Maaba 076 719 3656 and Siyanda Mpambani 083 413 3616