Stationary for Stationery School challenge

Future Nation Schools is challenging Gauteng schools to keep education alight! The School Challenge is set to collect donations of school supplies for Cape Fire victims.

 

Future Nation Schools (FNS) in Gauteng are setting up collection points for donations of school supplies for the Cape Fire and Eastern Cape fire victims.

Sifiso Learning Group, the learning group behind Future Nation Schools is challenging kids across Gauteng to join them in bringing upliftment and relief to children and teenagers affected by these disasters. Schools and school children have lost learning facilities and their personal belongings, with hostels burnt, many learners have also lost their ‘home away from home’

“Donations can be made personal to the families and young children by including a special drawing, hand-written note or poem addressed to those children in need. FNS believe that for those who have been affected and are going through a difficult time, words of encouragement and well wishes will have immense personal significance. “These notes, drawings and hand-drawn cards will be a great surprise in each care-pack for the child that receives it.” 

“hundreds of properties were affected in the fires in Knysna, Port Elizabeth and Plettenberg Bay with several lives lost and people having lost hope and faith. People have lost their whole lives in the fires and many have nowhere to stay. Donations are welcome and will be appreciated.” – Mampho Langa, Spokesperson Head of Schools

Donations can include school necessities such as stationery items, books, school shoes, school uniform essentials and children’s toiletries. The school challenge will give children the feeling of helping out and creates real change for their peers.

Children who wish to assist and drop off donations and letters can do so off at the following points:

  • Future Nation School Lyndhurst
  • Future Nation School Fleurhof
  • Future Nation Pre-School Sandton
  • Future Nation Pre-School Parkview
  • Future Nation Pre-School Randburg

Sources: Supplied
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