Food For Thought Campaign
Educational packs for children in need
during the COVID-19 Lockdown
BK Publishing is calling on all South Africans and our friends around the world to help provide our educational reading resources to disadvantaged children under lockdown. We are partnering with local NGOs who are already involved in food delivery to deliver 2000 reading resource packs to families in impoverished areas.
We are creating these packs in order to make sure that children can continue to learn while under lockdown.
For our part, we’ve marked-down all the items in the pack below cost price and we’ve created home-schooling tips and additional activity sheets. Now, for the rest we need your help.
We’re asking you to sponsor a pack for a family in need for only R90 per pack and help share this message far and wide.
Included in the pack:
- 1X Supernova magazine (for kids and the whole family)
- 1X High Five magazine (2-6 years old)
- 1X Highlights magazine (6-12 years old)
- 1X Metz and Bop (short story book)
- Colouring-in sheets and home-schooling tips
How they will be distributed:
We’ve had requests from Ya Bana Village in Winterveld, who are supporting 340 families in their community. They will collect and distribute the packs on our behalf. Infinite Hope Foundation has also requested 300 packs to distribute and we are inviting other organisations who can help distribute the packs to contact Siya Simelane on email@example.com.
If you would like to purchase packs for families that you are supporting privately, you can send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to sponsor a pack:
Sponsor a pack for those who need it for only R90.00 (5.00 Euro). Please sponsor as many as you can!
Make a direct deposit to:
FNB Current Account
Account Number: 62534983920
Branch Code: 250-655
Branch: Menlyn Maine
Please use your name and surname followed by “FFT” as the reference.
Or use one of these payment methods:
A message from our founder:
“We believe that reading is not a luxury, it is fundamental to human development. It is the most important tool in creating an educated, empowered and empathetic society. We all know this.”