Every raindrop counts

2017-12-05 06:00

FOR the past six years Crow has been the beneficiary of the Compass Cares calendar campaign.

This has brought in more than R1 000 000 to assist Crow with the rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured, orphaned or displaced indigenous wildlife throughout KZN.

Chandré de Bruyn Crow marketing and communications manager said: “Due to the extensive damage to the centre as a result of the recent storm, the Crow team have been working around the clock with recovery efforts.

By supporting the Every Raindrop Counts Campaign, Kloof Senior Primary pupils can do their little bit to help in a big way.

“The driving force behind this campaign is to instil the ideal that if everyone does their little bit, collectively we can make a huge impact, reinforcing the concept that one person cannot save the world alone, but together we all can.

“Each pupil will only be allowed to sell one calendar each, providing a great opportunity to inspire pupils and creating an understanding of collectiveness and caring for the planet.”

She said through various schools participating in the campaign to represent their area, Crow is determined to teach the youth how to care for the environment. In the Upper Highway area, Kloof Senior Primary will be part of the campaign.

It is a proud eco-friendly school in beautiful surroundings of Kloof, and provides a safe and happy environment where each child can learn, play and grow.

The school is run under the leadership of principal Bernice Love with highly qualified staff dedicated to ensuring each pupil receives the best possible education. Kloof Senior Primary participates in the environmental task of recycling ink cartridges, which can be dropped off any day of the week.

THEIR WEEKLY RECYCLING:

TUESDAY: GLASS

WEDNESDAY: CANS AND CLEAR PLASTIC

THURSDAY: CARDBOARD AND MILK BOTTLES

FRIDAY: PAPER

Crow is appealing to all the parents of Kloof Senior Primary pupils to assist them in educating the youth by purchasing one calendar during the campaign.

“It is important for all of us to work together to show our youth how they can make a difference by working together,” says De Bruyn.

“Crow is very excited to welcome Kloof Senior Primary School on board of their Every Raindrop Counts campaign, an initiative created to raise awareness of how each individual can collectively make a difference in protecting and assisting wildlife.”

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