To celebrate Nelson Mandela Day, B2B advertising pioneers Motsepe Advertising spent Monday with a fun and exciting day of entertainment, dance, food, gardening and painting at the Anglican Children’s Home (COACH) in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.
The day started with a dance performance by the coach boys who kept Motese’s team moving, planting fruit and vegetables, painting their playground and getting on with authentic South African braai. “We have a soft spot for the youth of this country,” says Boitumelo Mothepe, founder and director of client services at Motsepe Advertising. “We will work as hard as we can to be the innovators that drive this economy forward and impact the lives of young people across the country,” he added.
The Anglican Children’s Home Alliance is a not-for-profit organization comprising three children’s homes: St George’s Home, St Nicholas’ Home and St Joseph’s Homes. The Children’s Homes have over 100 years of experience providing residential and medical care to children placed in their care by the Children’s Court.
Despite the creative minds and beautiful campaigns that drive everyday business goals, Motepe Advertising also advocates for children’s rights by empowering youth and creating opportunities for initiative.
Mandela Foundation He announced that the 2022 theme will highlight the problem of food security and climate change, “Do what you can, where you are, where you are.” Before the outbreak, an estimated 30 million people in South Africa were food insecure. This number has increased significantly during the lockdown and due to the current global food inflation.
“Growing companies like ours should be the change we want to see. We are truly honored to have the opportunity to add value to our South African women and the youth of this country,” said Boitumelo.
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