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Constantia Park Primary helps Save Our Planet

The “Save our Planet – Plant a Tree” team spent the morning at Constantia Park Primary donating 1850 trees to the eager pupils and staff members as part of the ongoing project started by Charl Du Toit. The aim of this project is to donate 500 000 trees to various schools in the area in […]

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Waterkloof House Preparatory School receives 500 tree-gifts

The Success Academy and Willow Feather Farm spent this morning at Waterkloof House Preparatory School. We donated just over 500 trees, as part of the “Save our Planet – Plant a Tree” project, placed on display along the pool making for a beautiful sight, green trees contrasting delightfully against the blue pool. The boys sat on […]

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Hoerskool Uitsig receives 1000 trees to help save our planet

This afternoon the “Save our Planet – Plant a Tree” team visited Hoerskool Uitsig, donating over 1000 River Bush Willows and pushing the total number of donations to date just over the half way mark. The trees were still bare from winter, with only a few trees starting to shoot their leaves. Theresa from The Success Academy explained […]

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Atlas Copco donates trees to Isaac Makou Primary school

“Save our Planet – Plant a Tree” recently visited the Isaac Makou Primary school as part of our monthly greening initiative to plant trees generously donated by Atlas Copco. Companies and individuals who gets involved in donating trees to schools in desperate need of greening, help us drive the campaign to green our planet, one […]

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“Save our Planet – Plant a Tree” donates over 1000 trees to Cornwall Hill College

This morning The Success Academy and Willow Feather Farm teams had the privilege to spend the morning with the staff and students of Cornwall Hill College, who was celebrating their 18th birthday. We were invited to attend the festivities, and share our story about how they can help save the planet by planting trees and looking after […]

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Cornwall Hill College Primary receives 800 River Bush Willows

Today we spent the morning with Cornwall Hill College Primary. The students watched a short slide show on what trees do for the earth, and for people and animals. Theresa, from The Success Academy explained to them that when they start planting trees, they become superheroes because every tree planted gives oxygen two 2 people during […]

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CTR Protection Services donates 50 trees to Sinqobile Primary School

CTR Protection Services recently sponsored the planting of 50 trees to the Sinqobile Primary School in Soshunguve. Our aim with the “Save our Plant – Plant a Tree” project is to not only donate trees to schools in our area, but to also get companies and individuals involved in donating trees to under privileged and […]

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The students of Southdowns College helps save our planet

Today The Success Academy and the Willow Feather Farm teams visited Southdowns College for the second time during this project, donating over 700 trees to the staff and students. Three grade 9 students said a few words about why we should plant trees and care for nature and they also shared some instructions on how to plant and care […]

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Waterkloof High School pupils receive 2000 tree-gifts

‘Save our Planet – Plant a Tree’ was launched four years ago. This project, started by the CEO of The Success Academy, Charl Du Toit in conjunction with Willow Feather Farm has to date, donated over 75,000 trees, with the help of more than 42 schools in the area. The purpose of donating these trees to the children […]

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Pretoria Chinese School join “Save our Planet – Plant a Tree”

We arrived at the school, to the students eagerly waiting on the field for us. During The Success Academy CEO Charl Du Toit’s speech the children listened intently, laughing when Charl encouraged them to make friends with the tree, and even give it a name. When we give these trees to the students, we give […]

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