Social Responsibility

We take our responsibilities to the wider community in which we live, work and do business very seriously

As part of our commitment to investing in improving the lives of others, we are actively involved in charities that focus on improving the lives of children and the elderly.

Improving the Lives of Children

The Teddy Bear Clinic

In 2003, James Clucas and his wife, Jacqui, were involved in setting up a charity called Touch, Love and Celebrate. Funds raised through the charity were given to the Teddy Bear Clinic, a charity in which James is actively involved; to improve the lives of abused children. To date the fund has risen in excess of R 3 million.


Royal Drakensburg Primary School

Paul Carter established a relationship with the Royal Drakensburg Primary School in 2012. The self-funded school was opened in 2007 to give underprivileged children in the area the necessary grounding to reach their maximum potential. ClucasGray are large participants in the schools fund raising events.


The Alexandra Education Trust

The Alexandra Education Trust is a secondary school bursary scheme as well as a support program for children in and around the Alexandra Township. ClucasGray started sponsoring children through the program in 2016 and hopes to build on this initiative over the coming years.


Improving the Lives of the Elderly

Rand Aid

Peter Clucas became a director of Rand Aid in 1999 and Paul Carter in 2015. Rand Aid provides retirement accommodation in and around Johannesburg for the aged in need and men with substance abuse.


Coronation Queenshaven

Peter Clucas served on the board of Coronation Queenshaven from 1999 until 2015 and James Clucas joined the board in 2011. Coronation Queenshaven is a retirement home in the South of Johannesburg for the indigent. Peter Clucas has overseen the homes investment for the past 40 years.