The campaign will run until Friday, 06 January 2023, whereby the public are encouraged to donate their pre-loved Matric Dance items such as suits, dresses, shoes, and accessories for upcoming dances in 2023.
This momentous occasion can be costly to less fortunate school learners and through this initiative, both KT Wash and Burger King® Springs have joined forces to help learners in the surrounding areas of Springs and Nigel.
How can you help? All you need to do is drop off your items at one of the donation bins located in Burger King®, Springs CBD. At the end of the campaign, the donations will be handed over to learners in identified school for 2023.
“Events such as Matric Dances are an important milestone for a lot of Grade 12 pupils, and we do acknowledge the unfortunate circumstances that not every family can afford to foot the costs. So, we decided to partner up with one of South Africa’s biggest fast-food franchises to do our bit in ensuring that learners who cannot afford this occasion don’t get left out. Of course, we heavily rely on public participation and the willingness for the success of this campaign,” says Mika Mbiza, Communications Officer for KT Wash.
KT Wash, a Nigel based SA detergent manufacturer with international standards of excellence and has been a major market player for over 10 years. KT Wash has a tower capacity of 8 000 tons per month, with state-of-the-art packaging facilities. Our commitment to excellence has led to contract manufacturing and packaging for various leading market multinational corporations, including KT Wash’s own brand Sky.
Established in 2006 as a small powder detergent company, that has since grown to become an 8,000-ton production facility that exports to five countries with a portfolio that ranges between toll manufacturing and in-house brand production, and still growing both on portfolio and geographically.
We at KT Wash take pride in our uprising brand Sky, a brand that cares and stands by its community, that cares for the environment and a brand that empowers the underprivileged.