Publicis Machine team raises R60,000 to help top learners graduate

What could be more important than investing in the education of two bright youngsters who could well be among the future leaders of our country?
Photo L to R: Blessed Masunika with Monica Maloka and Roxanne Creamer of Publicis Machine, and Headmistress Helene Ullster flanking Ipithule Ndlovu on the far right.
Photo L to R: Blessed Masunika with Monica Maloka and Roxanne Creamer of Publicis Machine, and Headmistress Helene Ullster flanking Ipithule Ndlovu on the far right.

With a clear goal of helping two bright young students from the United Church School in Yeoville to graduate, the team at Publicis Machine organised a fundraising Golf Day at the Bryanston Country Club this year to raise money to get the girls through Grade 11 and Grade 12. This was done through the school’s fabulous Adopt a Child programme, which Publicis Machine supported in 2016.

A generous R60,000 was raised on the day, and the money will be used to ensure that two top learners, Ipithule Ndlovu and Blessed Masunika, will graduate in 2018, helping them to reach their dream of becoming doctors.

Says Teri Macduff, Talent Director at Publicis Machine: "We couldn’t be more proud to be able to contribute towards a brighter future for these two top learners. They have so much potential to succeed, and absolutely deserve this hand-up. We are privileged to be able to contribute to their future success."

5 Dec 2016 10:38

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