EOH Coastal & Environmental Services were one of the proud sponsors of the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists, Grahamstown Regional finals, sponsoring a prize for the best Environmental Management Project. The Eskom Expo for Young Scientists is South Africa's leading, and only existing, National Science Fair that affords learners the opportunity to enter a project to exhibit their own scientific investigation. This national competition aims to inspire and develop young scientists who are able to identify a problem, analyse information, find solutions and communicate findings effectively. Anna Jones and Chiara Williams-Wynn from Diocesan School for Girls were the winners of the EOH CES Environmental Management prize for 2017. Their project topic: "Turning down the volume".
Image courtesy of Thandi Bombi.
Appreciation letter to acknowledge Coastal & Environmental Services' contribution to the Phoenix Dog Project initiative.
The Centre for Social Development would like to thank you for your generous donation of office furniture. As a self-funded NPO, we are not able to afford infrastructural supplies. Having the opportunity to receive furnishings, notice boards and files, allows us to improve the appearance of our working space and improves the working lives of our staff. The second-hand files are invaluable for our ECD practitioners who do not have the means to afford office stationary but have to produce a Portfolio of Evidence (PoE) as part of their assessment on their courses.View Centre for Social Development PDF
We would like to thank you most sincerely for the wonderful gift of two desks. We have been in need of these desks for so long, but just have not had the funding to purchase them. They will be used daily and thank you for your generosity in contacting NGO’s in Grahamstown to inquire about their need for office furniture.View Lebone Centre PDF