Over the next few weeks, The #KrushGoodness Krew will be visiting schools across SA distributing school shoes to children in need. I am excited to be involved again this year, and it has just been announced that Bontle Modiselle, Dineo Langa, Clement Maosa and more familiar faces will be joining the #KrushGoodness Krew who will be playing their part in ensuring that 20 000 children across South Africa receive a brand new pair of Smart Steps school shoes for the school year ahead.
Some other familiar faces who are part of the #KrushGoodness Krew spreading goodness in 2020 are:
• Omuhle Gela
• Brent Lindeque
• Nompilo Maphumulo
• Minki van der Westhuizen
• Heather Hook
• Nina Hastie
This is all part of the #KrushGoodness project by Clover Krush – a brand synonymous with spreading goodness – which has already ensured that 30 000 school children in communities in need across South Africa have received a brand new pair of school shoes between 2018 and 2019.
The 20 schools which will be visited over the next few weeks are:
1. Roodepoort Primary, Gauteng
2. New Clare Primary, Gauteng
3. G R Harris Primary, Gauteng
4. Madume Primary, Gauteng
5. Eldorado Park Primary, Gauteng
6. Shari-Crest Primary, Gauteng
7. Laerskool General Beyers, Gauteng
8. Dirkie Uys Primary, KZN
9. Harrismith Primary, KZN
10. Aloe Park Primary, KZN
11. Acaciavale Primary, KZN
12. Acacia Primary, KZN
13. Lee Primary, KZN
14. Harry Bodasing Primary, KZN
15. Nonoti Primary, KZN
16. Missionvale Primary, Eastern Cape
17. Strelitzia Primary, Eastern Cape
18. Avian Park Primary, Western Cape
19. Worcester NGK Oefen Primary, Western Cape
20. Ebenezer Primary, Western Cape
All learners within these schools will receive a brand new pair of school shoes and by the time all 20 schools have been visited by the #KrushGoodness Krew 20 000 pairs of school shoes will have been distributed.
The shoe partner for the project is Smart Steps by Novita Shoes. In addition to being Proudly South African, Smart Steps are strong, reliable, tough and comfortable – the ideal shoe for young learners.
According to Stats SA, approximately 70% of learners walk to school every day, many of whom walk barefoot or with damaged shoes. The #KrushGoodness project will make a sustainable difference in the lives of a further 20 000 learners across South Africa, giving them the confidence to conquer the world – one step at a time.
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