Un altro anno di sponsorizzazione e sostegno ai bambini in Sud Africa.
Peugeot Sud Africa è ancora una volta presente nel sostenere il benessere dei bambini, con il Fondo dei bambini delle Beeld.
Come premio una macchina nuova di zecca come per la craccolta annuale di fondi.
Quest'anno, Peugeot fornirà una nuovissima Peugeot 208 1.2 VTi Accesso hatchback come il premio principale.
Peugeot South Africa is once again supporting child welfare by providing the Beeld Children’s Fund with a brand new car as the key prize for the fund’s annual fundraising competition.
This year, Peugeot will supply the Beeld Children’s Fund with a brand-new Peugeot 208 Access 1.2 VTi hatchback as the main prize. The five-door, manual-transmission model is valued at R189 500.
While the Beeld Children’s Fund’s fundraising activities began in 1977, this is the seventh year in a row that Peugeot has donated a car as the winning prize.
Last year, the competition ran for a period of 22 weeks and money raised for the fund’s various charities was just over R1-million. Close to 50 000 entries were received through the selling of tickets as well as the SMS-based entry option.
The Beeld Children’s Fund supports various child-focussed charities with the proceeds of the competition, including several children’s homes, shelters, day care and after-school care centres, and counselling services.
At a ceremony to kick off the competition, managing director, Francis Harnie handed over the vehicle to the fund’s ambassador, Zelda la Grange, author of ‘Good Morning, Mr Mandela’.
The Beeld Children’s Fund Car Competition is now open for entries. Tickets can be purchased from various welfare organisations at the cost of R30, or you can enter by sending an SMS with the word PEUGEOT to 41511. Alternatively, you are able to donate R30 or more directly into the Beeld-Kinderfonds bank account at ABSA / acc. No: 4050654867. Please include your name, surname and cell number. In both instances, you will receive a SMS to confirm your entry into the competition.
Entries close on 4 November 2015, the winners will be drawn on 5 November and will be announced in the Beeld newspaper the following day.