Looking at 2017

Highlights of 2017 January: On the first trading day the kids delivered 4,5T. Monica’s designer dresses in stock. February: Huge group of Ticket to Ride volunteers, plus lots of Norwegian visitors. March: Clothing sale earned around R3,000. Visitors who hadn’t even see the project donated stock and are collecting more. Food Lovers commit to R2,000’s…

Last term of 2017

The last term of 2017 started off with a bang on Monday the 9th October with lots of things happening. The people of Hotspots2c donated 3 boxes of shoes to the project.. Thank you so much, Check them out they offer really nice adventures in the area.     We had a visit from the…

Annual art exhibition

You are invited to participate in the second Annual Art exhibition in aid of JBay Recycling Project, to be held on 22 Sept 2017. Last year the exhibition raised more than R15000.00, and we hope to better that this year. The theme this year is “THE FOURTH R” We are very excited about this theme,…

Celebrating 500 tonnes

On Monday 8 May 2017 the JBRP celebrated 500 tonnes of recyclables collected by the children of the Recycling Project. To commemorate the occasion, a tree (Ekebergia capensis), donated by The Supertubes Foundation, was planted by the special guest of honour, the Mayor of the Kouga region, Mrs Elza van Lingen. This was Mrs van…

Designer clothes for the JBRP

The children who participate in the JBay Recycling Project (JBRP), are now able to “buy” (exchange recyclables) dresses designed and made by Monica Zipper, fashion designer and twice winner of the British Designer of the Year award. This is something they have in common with the Princess Royal and Margaret Thatcher. Monica has been involved…