WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAD TO SAY...
"Over the past few weeks we have seen first-hand the incredible power of the Cangro project, not only in terms of its impact on local school children but on the local community. N1 City Mall has also gained incredible exposure via its association and involvement with the project.
During the various school planting sessions N1 City Mall has managed to reach five hundred and fifteen school children and in turn, five hundred and fifteen local households. Each of the participating grade 3 children currently have their branded N1 City Mall Cangro plant at home and are working with friends and family to try and grow the largest plant possible. At the same time the children are learning about various elements of the grade 3 curriculum, such as soil, bugs, photosynthesis, pollination and seed dispersal, in a fun and creative way. They are also learning about various essential values such sustainability, responsibility, respect and caring.
During the planting sessions the children’s excitement at the thought of being able to grown their own tomato plant was infectious. One of the Grade 3 teachers from Ruyterwacht Pre Primary even mentioned that she had brought cherry tomatoes to school the day before, so her students could see what they tasted like. The idea that these children are now learning how to be sustainable, and have the ability to regularly grow their own food using the Cangro can, is invaluable. We also found many children coming up to us during the planting sessions to discuss their favourite N1 City Mall stores. Tenant favourites included Spur, Wonderland and Reggie’s."
– N1 City Mall, Goodwood, Western Cape -