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Schoolboxes boost for Midlands school pupils

Love Howick Project

If you’re looking for a meaningful way to make a difference in a young life this festive season, please consider donating to Love Howick’s Santa’s Schoolboxes drive.

Funds and school stationery/essentials can be donated and will benefit a needy and deserving pupil in our community.

This gift will not only warm hearts but will give underprivileged pupils the means to make their school year successful by getting off on the right foot. Love Howick aims to distribute 300 schoolboxes to under-resourced schools in the KZN Midlands at the start of the 2021 school year.

2019 Santa’s Schoolbox drive

The organisation said, “Many of these learners start their school year with little-to-no stationery, thus making it difficult to reach their dreams. Through your generous partnership, we hope to change so many young lives by giving them the right start.”

Video: Santa Schoolbox 2019 video

You can partner with Love Howick on this project in the following ways:
1. Purchase a SANTA SCHOOLBOX by donating R200 via Zapper or EFT:
Account Name: Love Howick NPC
Account Number: FNB 62774727039
Branch: Howick, KZN
Branch Code: 220725
Reference: Santa’s Schoolbox

2. Donate items on the Santa Schoolbox list below (see flyer in this web post), and Love Howick will make up a schoolbox on your behalf.

Donations, which will be collected until January 4, can be dropped off in the Santa Schoolbox trolleys/boxes at the following drop off points:

*Greendale Spar
*Pick n Pay DJ’s CBD
*Pick n Pay St Johns
*Pick n Pay Fairways
*Merrivale Spar
*Notties Spar

School profile: Yarrow Intermediate School (beneficiary school)

Yarrow Intermediate School is situated on a farm in the Karkloof. The school premises is home not just to Yarrow pupils, but to Gartmore Primary pupils too. Gartmore’s school premises was badly damaged in a storm in 2014 and Yarrow generously took the pupils in, even though Yarrow too is battling with resources.

All kids deserve an opportunity for a quality education. You can help. File picture: Tetbirt Salim on Unsplash

Some of these pupils have to walk more than 10km from home to school and back, every day. They use a multi-grade, multi-phase system as there is a shortage of space and teachers available to cater to each grade and phase individually.

Yarrow Intermediate is a no-fee paying school, as most parents are farm workers earning minimum wage. This school has a big heart and a big vision – so let’s join together and support them.

Visit the Love Howick website if you require more info

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