Public Relations

Bagging the future for South African learners

Supa Quick has donated 500 bags and startup stationery to schools in the Free State, Gauteng, North West and Eastern and Western Cape as part of its Youth Month outreach.

Each bag also included a stationary kit with a scientific calculator and everything the learners would need to help support them on their education journey.

The schools which received the donations include:

Technical Highschool Welkom in the Free State
Brakpan High in Gauteng
Kganya Naledi in the Eastern Cape
Freedom Park Secondary School in the North West
Salt River Secondary School in the Western Cape

“Through the donation we hope that learning becomes just a little bit easier for these learners as they aim to make a success of their school career under extremely difficult circumstances and the current Covid context,” says Mathapelo Motaung, Supa Quick Marketing Coordinator.

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