Plastic Bubbles has supported Kwasa College for many years. Kwasa College is an independent, non-profit Anglican school for pre-primary (ages 3-6) and primary-aged children (grades 1-7) located in Springs, Gauteng, South Africa.
Kwasa College: A founding vision from humble beginnings
‘Kwasa’ is Zulu for ‘the light after the storm’.
16 years ago, Sharron Dinnie, an Anglican rector (now retired), had a vision to break the cycle of poverty she witnessed in an informal settlement called Daggafontein.
Kwasa’s mission is to educate the students of Daggafontein, equip them academically and socially, safeguard them, and improve their health and nutrition. Only then will they be able to escape the cycle of violence, poverty, and poor health in which they currently live to lead valued and economically independent lives.
Sharron’s drive is for the young people of Daggafontein to experience the light after the storm, and to participate fully in the new South Africa as skilled, ambitious, independent, enterprising, and well-rounded young adults.
The Plastic Bubbles Contribution
Plastic Bubbles donated basins and household plastics to assist the school with their feeding program to the learners.
Our Ambassadors, Grace and Wilson (our driver) made sure all the deliveries were done with strict Covid regulations being followed and adhered to.
What this means to Plastic Bubbles
As our factory is based in Springs, its community is important to us and for this reason we also choose to support initiatives that focus on uplifting our surrounding area first.
To get involved or donate visit https://www.kwasacollege.org/get-involved