Four­ways Ge­or­ge sup­ports NGO

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The Land­mark Foun­da­ti­on is un­der­ta­king its an­nu­al Ka­roo trip with the le­ar­ners of G­len­wood Hou­se as part of a re­gu­lar en­vi­ron­men­tal a­wa­re­ness pro­gram­me. The foun­da­ti­on has been wor­king with the s­chool for 13 y­e­ars through an en­vi­ron­men­tal club that is acti­ve and well esta­blis­hed at the s­chool.

The foun­da­ti­on is a con­ser­va­ti­on non-go­vern­ment or­ga­ni­sa­ti­on (NGO) that works with part­ner com­pa­nies, the com­mu­ni­ty and in­di­vi­du­als. It fo­cu­ses on spe­cies and land con­ser­va­ti­on, tou­rism de­ve­lop­ment, de­ve­lop­ment of the lo­cal e­co­nomy and was­te re­cy­cling, as well as wa­ter and wet­land con­ser­va­ti­on and de­ve­lo­ping re­ne­wa­ble e­ner­gy i­ni­ti­a­ti­ves.

The Land­mark Foun­da­ti­on is re­gis­te­red as a cha­ri­ta­ble trust and al­so has a de­di­ca­ted le­o­pard pro­ject that fo­cu­ses on the Le­o­pard and P­re­da­tor pro­gram­me.

Half­way Toyo­ta has been ma­king vehi­cles a­vai­la­ble for the Ka­roo e­du­ca­ti­o­nal trip for so­me y­e­ars and sees it as part of their lo­cal com­mu­ni­ty out­re­ach pro­gram­me.

From left: H­ein­dré Keu­ler, B­ren­don Po­well, Mo­ni­ca Vac­ca­ro, Chris­to Bos­hoff, Jo­han Jan­sen, Bar­ba­ra Ec­kers­ley, Wi­um Al­ber­tyn and Mark Jo­nes (de­a­ler prin­ci­pal at Half­way Toyo­ta).

From left: Wi­um Al­ber­tyn, Bar­ba­ra Ec­kers­ley and Jo­han Jan­sen of the Land­mark Foun­da­ti­on re­cei­ve their keys to the vehi­cles sup­p­lied for the trip by Half­way Toyo­ta.

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