Easter Egg Boxes
Photo Credit: Screenshot from video; Craig View Veterinary Clinic 

The Easter Bunny has come to town in the nick of time for Dr Bull and his veterinary clinic! What was a mere dream last week quickly turned into a reality with 3000 Easter Egg boxes successfully collected for charity:


East Rand, South Africa (27 March 2024) — Exactly a week ago, Good Things Guy shared Dr Clifford Bull’s big plan to collect 3000 Easter Egg boxes for charity—a mission that comes around every year for the vet and his practice.

Since 2018, Craig View Veterinary Clinic have played Easter Bunny to various charities and people in need; delivering thousands of eggs throughout the years and unexpected kindness to those who otherwise might not have had an Easter surprise.

Last year, Dr Bull and the community that always understands the assignment, managed to collect 2400 boxes of Easter Eggs. So for 2024, eggs marked the spot at a mighty goal of 3000 boxes.

Look! Last Year’s Easter Egg Goodness

“Please help us give something small this Easter to the less fortunate children, those fighting cancer, the elderly who are often over looked, minorities at squatter camps and local caravan parks, little animal heroes and children with special needs,” the practice shared; adding that this year, they were the most behind they’d ever been on their Easter Egg mission.

In fact, just yesterday, Craig View shared their distress at being hundreds of boxes away from their goal.

But, thanks to several Easter Bunnies who hopped into action in the nick of time, we’re beaming with joy to report that the 3000 boxes goal has successfully been achieved—right on time for the upcoming Easter long weekend. And we can already envision the chocolatey smiles on the faces of all those whose Easter will be a little brighter thanks to the thoughtful effort.

Craig View Veterinary Clinic shared that they have so many unsung heroes to acknowledge, and they’ve already begun spotlighting those who made the mission possible (and their 2024 video is on its way!) From schools to families and other animal heroes— the many hearts that made this eggstravaganza possible are enough to inspire us all to do a little more this Easter.

Sources: Craig View Veterinary Clinic 
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Ashleigh's favourite stories have always seen the hidden hero (without the cape) come to the rescue. As a journalist, her labour of love is finding those everyday heroes and spotlighting their spark - especially those empowering women, social upliftment movers, sustainability shakers and creatives with hearts of gold. When she's not working on a story, she's dedicated to her canvas or appreciating Mother Nature.

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