StreetSmart Stellenbosch has launched a month-long Stationery Collection Drive aimed at empowering the town’s most vulnerable children by helping them stay in school. Until September 30, the much-needed school items can be dropped off at the premises of fundraising partners of StreetSmart Stellenbosch.
The organisation’s chairman, Zaid Adams indicated that it is important to have the right tools to build a house and the same can be said about education.
“Your support of this Stationery Collection Drive, in partnership with our Stellenbosch fundraising partners will help young minds to continue their education with these essential tools,” Adams said.
Adams added that the stationery wish list includes jumbo wax & rollup crayons, thick paintbrushes, craft glue, glitter, finger paint, glue sticks, A4 copy paper, blank A4 exercise books, erasers, pens, pencils and flip files.
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