Conservation & Education

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Conservation & Education

Post by PennyinSA » Sun May 20, 2012 8:27 am

Posted by Penny on Sat May 19, 2012 8:14 am

Our son Gareth attended Indaba with their whole new concept of fighting rhino poaching with products that have a purpose. Please could you all go onto FB and like their Pages Brands for Change and Flops for Change. The book Bongi's Quest is at the forefront of the whole drive and they can be purchased outright for R10,00. However if they are bought for R20,00 the same book translated into Cantonese and Mandarin will be made available in Asia. The braclets will ensure that money goes into a trust fund dedicated to stopping rhino poaching as will the sale of the braded flip flops. With the flip flops for every pair sold at R195,00 a needy child will get a pair of Proudly made in SA school shoes in a drawstring bag with the Bongi's Quest book. Along with all the books is a pledge signed by every child to take care of our rhino and when there are enough of these pledges they will be delivered to our illustrious Mr. Zuma. These are wonderful initiatives by caring young people who are driven to make a difference in this dreadful scourge but they can only do so with the help and support of everyone else. Right now I am trying to get the Rhino Anti Poaching Cause to be accepted by the top private pre-schools in the Durban area which will mean a huge start can be made. If you can help in any way please contact either myself or Gareth on their Brands For Change site and we will get you going in whichever area you live in.

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Re: Conservation & Education

Post by Toko » Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:07 pm

Bongi's Quest is the first in the series and is an "awareness creator" of the ridiculous slaughter of Rhinos in Africa and with this, the series has begun.

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