Love To Live Awards Evening 2008

LOVE TO LIVE 

DONATES R310 000 TO CITY SCHOOLS 

 

Love, Love & more Love! That was the overwhelming spirit of another very successful Love to Live campaign that was held from the 16th to 18th May 2008 at the Protea Sports Centre. The response from the public was unbelievable. Thirty five local schools enthusiastically embraced the event by participating in various talent contests, in which a strong message on suicide prevention, HIV/Aids and drug awareness was sent out to the community. The Glamorous Gran & interschool Sari Contest was a huge success.

The campaign recorded the highest number of entries in all categories. Over 4000 submissions each were received for the essay and poster competitions. The Crerars donation of R10,000 was awarded to schools that demonstrated dedication, support & commitment in various categories. Sobantu Secondary School entered for the second time and scooped several awards including 1st position in the Sketch contest. Some 7000 entrants participated in the fun run on Sunday, 18th May, making this race one of the biggest fun runs in the city. Proceeds from the fun run reached an unbelievable R320,000. Schools were presented with up to 90% of funds raised at the Love to Live Awards Evening which was held on 18th June 2008 at the Eddels Sports Club. 

All principals and educators of participating schools must be complimented for encouraging active participation from pupils and staff. Without the support of school children and the public at large the campaign would not have been a success and we thank them heartily for this. 

Be a winner & reach the stars. It’s easy – Love, Love & more Love! 

 

 

Fun Run Winners

Runner pushing child in wheelbarrow

Sari Queen Contest

Poster Contest Winners

Essay Contest Winners

© Love To Live

The annual Love To Live Awards Evening held on Wednesday, June 18th at the Eddels Sports Club was a very successful and entertaining evening.  Sketches were presented by Union Park Primary, Marion High School, Sobantu Secondary and Silver Height Secondary School.  Almost R310,000 was donated to schools that participated in the Love To Live campaign held on the 17th and 18th May 2008, at the Protea Sports Centre.  Trophies were presented to Deccan Road Primary and Greenhill Primary for maximum partipation in the campaign.  Kharina Secondary School and Deccan Road Primary were awarded presentations for maximum essay and poster submissions.  A floating trophy was presented to the Msunduzi Municipality for the substantial grant-in-aid.  Public Eye was awarded the runner-up business support trophy.  Appreciation awards were presented to Omega pharmacy, Eddels Sports Club, Midlands Medical Centre and Nitebeat Powerhouse for their support of the campaign. Learners who won the essay and poster competitions were rewarded with cash prizes.  Special awards were presented to Raksha Udaeraj (Omega Pharmacy), Pam Pillay & Cookie Manikum for outstanding contribution to Love to Live. Dharm Singh received the Principal of the Year Award and the 1st floating trophy for School of the Year was awarded to Deccan Road Primary School for continued outstanding enthusiasm & dedication to the objectives of Love to Live.

 

Talent Show Contestants