KW Explore helps Randburg SPCA

Craig Rudman (in grey) thanks Kellar Williams Explore for their time and their donation.


More than 40 volunteers from Kellar Williams Explore jammed into Randburg SPCA  to spend their day helping out however they could.

The Kellar Williams Explore team have lots of fun while they volunteer at Randburg SPCA.

‘RED Day’ is their annual day of giving back to make a difference in the KWSA communities. Over 155000 associates around the world spent 11 May Renewing, Energising and Donating (RED) towards their local communities.

Avi Bhika, Steve Roberts and Zolani Ngumbela mix up cement to be used on the SPCA Randburg wall.

SPCA Randburg in North Riding was treated to a full day of cleaning, organising, building and maintaining. The food storage container was unpacked and reorganised, so that feeding the animals in their care is as easy as possible.

Volunteers climbed up ladders to cement pieces of glass on boundary walls to beef up security. The welcome gardens in the front of the SPCA had some much needed tending too. Flower beds were aerated, cleared and new soil was put in place for the upcoming winter months.

The 40 plus volunteers from Kellar Williams Explore team donated R12 740 to Randburg SPCA.


The broken bits of glass will help prevent break-ins at Randburg SPCA.


Morgan Zulu makes sure the broken pieces of glass are properly secured.

Not only was the volunteer work extremely helpful, KW Explore donated a whopping R12 740 to the organisation.

General manager Craig Rudman said, “We are so thankful that KW Explore thought of us to not only volunteer their time to general maintenance but for the huge donation that will help us further our work in preventing animal cruelty.”

Volunteers from Kellar Williams Explore hard at work at the Randburg SPCA.

Details: Randburg SPCA, 011 462 1610.

Ashtyn Mackenzie

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