Team CN&CO was joined by friends and family on Saturday morning, 14 July 2018, to pick up a few (gazillion) bags of rubbish around the Corlett Park area.
“It was great to spend time with a couple of friends and family, giving up an hour and a bit on their Saturday morning to make a difference,” says CN&CO’s Kurt Solomon. “Not complicated, not massive planning, just getting out there and making a difference.
“My highlight was the local homeless people who joined us and got very involved.”
Here’s what some of the other participants had to say on social media:
JHB is filthy at street level! Congrats to the team @cnandco for making it their mission to make a difference @BlakeCTN @emilianadriano and everyone who took the time out too. pic.twitter.com/mvzzM63NwA
— Charles H Savage (@CharlesHSavage) July 14, 2018
Have you driven past Corlett drive this morning? Have you noticed it being considerably cleaner? This is what a group of volunteers can do in one hour. Amazing to be part of this! @Advicement_SA @browniepointsSA @Shoprite_SA @cnandco @UNEnvironment#ActForChange #goodcleanfun pic.twitter.com/fADdBwD772
— Igor Rodionov (@Igrod5) July 14, 2018
Look that the @ststithians leadership making a world of difference by participating in the #ActForChange clean up! That’s the chair of council, deputy chair of council, and the head of the Girls’ College. #Epic #GoodCleanFun @cnandco @Shoprite_SA @browniepointsSA @UNEnvironment pic.twitter.com/u5yuqAkuKM
— IG: Thabsizzle (@Thabsizzle) July 14, 2018
— Sally James (@SallySallyj1) July 14, 2018
— Josh Nuttall (@NuttallJosh) July 14, 2018