This year, in celebration of the late Tata Madiba’s birthday, the staff at marketing services company, Graffiti, opted to muck in and support The Society for Animals in Distress (SAID). The day kicked off with a tour of the facility with the non-profit’s Business Development Manager – Candice Swart – but quickly changed gears when the 15-strong team got down and dirty in the paddocks.
In between some horsing around – Graffiti coated the paddock poles with creosote oil – a task that must happen ahead of the rainy season. Best known for its striking automotive vehicle wraps, Graffiti is currently finalising some vehicle branding for SAID’s mobile units which visit the various townships they service. Having supported several orphanages and children’s homes in the past, the general consensus was that the #DoGoodDay should be for the benefit of our furry friends in 2016. It made even more sense to support a charity that’s based on Graffiti’s doorstep in Kyalami.
All in all Graffiti invested three hours of muscle to help maintain and make a difference at SAID, giving plenty of pets and cuddles to the animals on site in between. A grateful Candice Swart said, “Thank you Graffiti – you are an amazing organisation. You have big hearts and do amazing work for our animals.” #67minutes #MandelaDay