Sunday, 21 February | 13:15 – 17:00
A conference in South Africa offers a special legacy opportunity! Get involved, leave a little of yourself behind and take the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of those less fortunate than yourselves.
A home for the elderly in Cape Town’s Samora Machel neighbourhood seeks to develop a drought resilient garden which will aid implementing a soup kitchen in the community.
To achieve this, delegates are invited to plant Wicking garden beds for the residents. After a brief introduction on how a Wicking garden bed works, participants will assist with creating this water-efficient and self-sustaining garden! You will meet the residents and interact with them while preparing the garden. This interaction is vital as it allows residents to take ownership of the garden which contributes to the upliftment of the community.