I don’t know about you, but I’ve been absolutely smashing chocolates during lockdown! I try to be good, but just knowing it’s there has become all the more attractive since I don’t have outside stimulation! (Excuses, excuses!) I really just LOVE CHOK (as I call it).
We’ve also all become acutely aware of how many South Africans are suffering during lockdown, whether it’s from starvation, managing to pay rent, educating their kids – it’s been a lot.
But, there have also been amazing South Africans who have been stepping up to the plate and trying to make a difference. Now we can ALL chip in, in the smallest way, thanks to Cadbury‘s Glass & A Half Project.
Buy Chok, Help a Child
For a limited time, when you purchase one of five 80g or 150g Cadbury Dairy Milk variants, wrapped in special edition sleeves, you will help give the precious gift of childhood by contributing towards R1-million worth of educational toys, books and games, to orphaned and vulnerable children across South Africa.
Human potential and parenting expert Nikki Bush notes,
“Play is the language of childhood and the kindest and least stressful way to create a lifelong love of learning and we need to provide children with a rich multi-sensory environment of experiences and tools with which to do so.”
Nikki adds that orphaned and vulnerable children across the country are now confined with limited access to stimulation. That’s why it’s now more important than ever to provide the engaging materials like educational toys, books and games that children need to fuel their thirst to learn.
Buy a Chok & Make Help Our Children
Look out for the participating Cadbury Dairy Milk variants, in both 80g and 150g, including Milk Chocolate, Top Deck, Mint Crisp, Whole Nut and Fruit & Nut, which have started to filter into major retailers nationwide. Available while stocks last.