Scooters Pizza promotes educational development through youth fundraising initiative


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Scooters Pizza promotes educational development through youth fundraising initiative
In light of Youth Day which was on June 16th, Scooters Pizza has taken on an exciting initiative which aims to assist schools nationwide to help them with their own fundraising initiatives and ultimately make a substantial contribution towards educational development in the country.
With education being a critical foundation in building the youth of South Africa, Scooters Pizza has implemented a school discount card initiative. The goal of this concept is not only for the schools to raise funds to develop and improve their daily environment, but ultimately encourage personal acknowledgement and self-worth in achieving something for the greater good.
Scooters Pizza recently assisted Laerskool Impala in Kempton Park raise funds,  where a cheque of R40 000 was handed over to the school. The significant funds will be utilised in the construction of an extra set of classrooms.
Christo Calitz, CEO of Taste Holdings Food Division, says that Scooters Pizza welcomes initiatives to   help schools realise their long-term fundraising goals.
“We encourage schools to contact Gabrielle Calitz who heads up this initiative so that we can assist in making their goals a reality. Whether the funds raised will be used in development and refurbishment of school property, acquiring new equipment and books, or even for sports tours, Scooters Pizza would like to make a difference in the lives of the youth,” says Calitz.
With a footprint of 131 stores nationwide, Scooters Pizza recognises the importance of assisting schools within their communities and hopes to become involved with many of the local schools.
If you would like your school to become involved with the Scooters Pizza initiative in raising funds, please contact Gabrielle Calitz on 011 608 1999.

 
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