The kids at Hornlee Primary School had something to smile about recently. Knysna FM with partners Seeff, Knysna Round Table and Toys for Africa handed out a 1000 toothbrushes to the youngsters. Pieter Cloete, Drivetime presenter on Knysna FM and Toys for Africa local ambassador said that it is important to instill a culture of looking after one’s health and well-being from a young age. Toys 4 Africa provides the platform to reach out to the kids and teach them about these lifestyle choices.
Mr Weber, Hornlee Primary School principal was delighted that his school was chosen. He asked the kids to use their creativity and draw a picture that would symbolise a1000 Smiles. “It was really difficult to choose a winning picture because all of them are so unique and pretty” Pieter Cloete Said.
Knysna FM would like to acknowledge and thank their sponsors Seeff and Knysna Round Table for donating the toothbrushes. For more information about the project visit the Toys for Africa Facebook page: www.facebook.com/toysatheart