Braving a cool winter’s morning, Klein Spoortjies Pre-Primary School staff got to work outside Pick n Pay, Hutten Heights on Saturday morning, May 18.
No classroom or learners in sight, their determination for the job at hand speaks volumes of the school’s passion for the community. Today is about driving a cause which will impact scores of lives. Today is about creating awareness for Tekkie Tax Day.
International Tekkie Tax Day on May 31. A day which will see several non-profit organisations reach out to those in need.
Having started in 2013, Tekkie Tax Day is growing to become one of South Africa’s biggest charitable drives.
At present, there are 12 National Alliance Partners, representing scores of non-profit organisations. These include the various SPCA Organisations, SAVF, FAMSA, Lifeline SA, various Child Welfare organisations, SOS Children’s Villages, Childline SA, Epilepsy SA, Down Syndrome SA and CANSA.
How can you participate in Tekkie Tax Day?
Klein Spoortjies Pre-Primary School is selling a number of Tekkie Tax Day memorabilia for the community to purchase. These products include:
- Bring Hope stickers
- Tekkie Tax ‘hickies’ silicone laces
One of the highlights of Tekkie Tax Day is that participants can choose which charitable cause they want to support when purchasing any of the products.
As this is the first time Klein Spoortjies is participating in Tekkie Tax Day by supplying merchandise, the community is encouraged to support the school in its drive.
On Saturday morning, the Klein Spoortjies team sold boerewors rolls and Tekkie Tax memorabilia to shoppers. Thereby driving the charitable cause to make a positive impact on society. With Tekkie Tax Day taking place in a matter of days, will you be a part of this positive and impactful cause?