Young people getting involved in their community!

Learners from Brackenhurst Primary, over the past 18 months, collected millions of bread tags and plastic bottle tops to ensure that four brand-new wheelchairs could be donated to Stepping Stone Hospice On Thursday May 5, 2016. The "bread tags and plastic bottle tops campaign" is an Interwaste initiative.

A proud headboy and headgirl, Calvin Coetzer and Tshegofatso Modisetsi, here with our CEO of hospice, Tersia Burger, headmistress Anne Burger, hospice IPU Manager Sr Margi Bollman and Paul de Swardt and Johannes Molekoa from Bracken Primary. The school went one step further and also decided to donate their civvie day money. Collected on Friday May 6, 2016 to Stepping Stone Hospice.

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