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Click2feed campaign feeds hungry animals

The Click2Feed campaign by Montego Pet Nutrition has officially launched for the festive season. The project is aimed initiative at feeding hungry animals nationwide, which will run throughout December 2017.

With the aim to give away over 20,000 meals, animal lovers can choose any one of the 30 listed charities and Montego will then donate a nutritious meal on their behalf to that charity. The local premium pet food brand is starting its donation drive with 20,000 meals to give away, which is likely to increase throughout the campaign through the public donation platform.

From 4 December 2017, additional cash donations in increments of R100 can be made towards the overall ‘basket’ of clicks/meals – enabling South Africans to donate even more, which in turn will increase the duration and size of the charity campaign.

Following the success of the 2016 Click2Feed campaign that saw over R15,000 in cash donations, which accumulated to 27,650 Montego meals donated to a variety of animal charities, Montego says it’s determined to keep tails wagging.

“Montego proudly sponsors a number of animal welfare organisations and charities aimed at rescuing, rehabilitating and caring for vulnerable animals,” says Kelvin Westraat, marketing officer at Montego.

“The Click2Feed campaign, which is part of Montego’s overall CSI strategy, is another way to show how much we care, and encourage South African’s to give their support too.”

To take part in, donate to, or find out more about the 2017 Click2Feed campaign, visited the www.montego.co.za/click-to-feed-2017 dedicated page online. The campaign results will be announced in January 2018

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