Oryx sponsored the admission to our trampoline park and a goody bag with stationery and snacks for 40 children from Orange Babies Namibia, together with one of our tenants, Planet Aero Trampoline Park.We gave two photography students the opportunity to photograph the day. Oryx employees also dedicated their time to renovating the playground and getting involved with the community.
NAMIBIAN KIDDIES CRÈCHE
In November, Oryx teamed up with Urban Friction, one of our tenants, to treat 20 children from the Namibian Kiddies Crèche (a school for vulnerable children), to their first wall climbing experience, a breakfast at Wimpy Maerua Mall and a small gift. Again, we invited a photography student to capture the special moments.
WE CARE FOR NAMIBIA
Throughout the year, we offered free space in our malls for the Blood Transfusion Service of Namibia to contribute towards saving lives by providing a platform where blood can be donated.Oryx provided space at various malls and shopping centres to the Electoral Commission of Namibia to assist them with performing their duties during the Namibian Presidential Election.We also offered free parking in Maerua Mall to employees of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Windhoek.In this way we contributed towards the pivotal role they play in rescuing and assisting animals that are maltreated, abandoned and abused.We participated in and financially contributed to the Bank Windhoek Cancer Apple Project . The project raises funds for the Cancer Association of Namibia, which, in co-operation with the community, fights cancer and the impact thereof for the benefit of all Namibians by supporting research, health education and information, care and support services.
SPONSORED PROMOTION SPACES AND ADVERTISING
The installation of LED TVs in Maerua Mall has played a major role in the creation of awareness for several campaigns that Oryx holds close to the heart. By sponsoring the exhibition spaces as well as the advertising of over N$3,000, the campaign’s reach substantially increases as the initiative’s message is spread to shoppers.
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