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Woodrock Animal Rescue Testimonial
On behalf of Woodrock Animal Rescue, we would like to thank Kwikbuild Cement for Kwikbuild Cement’s ongoing sponsorship of numerous pallets of cement plus Kwikbuild Cement’s generous recurring cash donation per month. Every Rand and bag of cement that Kwikbuild Cement contributes is deeply appreciated by Woodrock Animal Rescue. Kwikbuild Cement’s sponsorship was designated inter-alia to the screeding of 45 kennel runs in The Main Kennels, to the construction of 2 new Bungalow wings (28 kennels and runs), to the screeding of our Cattery floors and Mini Woodrock floors and towards the construction of our Sterilisation Clinic.
Over thirty years ago, when Woodrock Animal Rescue was first founded in the Sandton suburbs of Woodmead and Khyber Rock, we vowed to create the very best animal rescue centre in South Africa, to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome those animals without a voice, who would otherwise be euthanised due to over population or perish from neglect and lack of proper care, and to address the root causes of their overpopulation, namely sterilisation. Today, with the sponsorship of Kwikbuild Cement, we have created a magnificent Shelter on 8.5 hectares of land in the beautiful Hennops River Valley, caring for over 300 animals on site and numerous others off site. We work with a comprehensive approach to breaking the cycle of over population, animal neglect and abuse — through direct health care delivery as well as community-based interventions in the form of education, vaccinations and nutrition, providing kennelling, dipping, de-worming, sterilisation and feeding. We work to disseminate our model to others; we seek to raise the standard for what is possible in the delivery of pet health care and responsible pet ownership in the poorest corners of the formal, informal settlements, rural areas and suburban areas.
It is Kwikbuild Cement’s generosity and belief in our Mission that enables us to perform this work on an ongoing basis, and we are deeply grateful for Kwikbuild Cement’s partnership. Kwikbuild Cement’s generous contribution has helped and is helping to make our vision a reality! Kwikbuild Cement are truly appreciated.
Nestled in the Hennops mountains is the most remarkable sanctuary, for dogs who have lost their families or have been rescued from dire situations. Every day the dedicated team at Dogtown provide individual care to each of these dogs in a peaceful, tranquil setting while they wait for their forever homes.
www.barkingmad.co.za | Elanza – 076 044 1979 / Marna – 073 092 7800
GRASSLANDS NUSERY SCHOOL
Grasslands is a private, parallel medium nursery school for babies and toddlers. The directors and staff aim to create a natural and child-friendly environment
www.grasslandsssa.co.za | Marlene 083 270 1443
Irwin Animal Rescue
Our community service covers the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of abandoned, neglected and abused animals. We serve as a ‘halfway house home’ for these animals until they have recovered and a suitable re-homing arrangement can be made.
firstname.lastname@example.org| Anne 0829504368 | John 0784307315
Oliver’s House is a non profit organisation operating from Benoni on the East Rand. Oliver’s House was founded in April 2001. We started out running a soup kitchen in the Benoni CBD. In August of the same year, we formed a “partnership” with Nomthandazo Children’s Care Centre who were based in the Zenzele informal settlement in Daveyton. In 2004 we purchased the old Benoni Home Affairs building at 73 Woburn Avenue and re-located to these premises. That same year we opened our education and computer training centre at our offices in Woburn Avenue. In 2006 we took the first step towards creating a socially self-sustaining project (Oliver’s Village) when we purchased 11 acres of property in Putfontein, next to the Zenzele informal settlement. Since then we have moved all our operations to the village.
www.olivershouse.co.za/ |011 748 6500
Charity for uunprivileged South African Children based in Johannesburg South Africa
email@example.com | 011 440-2808/083 702 0056
Soul Provider Trust
One of the most important ways to develop a country is to help it develop competent capable leaders who are able to negotiate the complexity of operating in a rapidly changing economic and social world. Studying at University level for a Bachelor’s degree also build analytical skill and the ability to think critically about problems. These are important skills for the leaders who are going to be able to make a difference and take South Africa forward.
www.mysoulprovider.org | 011 886 0987
THE BABY HOUSE
The Baby House is officially a place of safety for abused and abandoned babies and toddlers… our style of care however is far beyond what you would expect in a typical children’s home. We value one on one attention, loving touch and good quality nutrition, medication and therapies to assist our little ones in healing from trauma and returning to a safe world of self-discovery.
Robin 082 322 3485
a Non-Profit Organization that aims to improve the quality of life of many disadvantaged people through education, entrepreneurial development, psycho-social support and community participation. Their focus on children’s education and all-round wellbeing and development really makes them a charity worth supporting. The Children of South Africa are gifts and our future.
www.thuto-khumo.co.za | 072 102 9640
Tshwane SPCA covers approximately 6200 km2 and it stretches as far as Centurion, Bronkhorstspruit, Temba, Soshanguve and Hartebeespoort. Our mission is to maintain a high profile within the community through visibility and interaction. We strive to do so by deploying competent personnel who project enthusiasm and commitment, supported by education and community outreach programmes.
Woodrock Animal Rescue
Woodrock Animal Rescue provides assistance to unfortunate, homeless, abused, neglected, stray, injured, ill, geriatric and unwanted animals (predominantly canines) that would otherwise have miserable lives and premature deaths.
Tel 082 431 1333