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Gweri Vintage joins fight for better housing

Gweri Vintage Collection is not just big on winning partnerships the brand has proven to be one that does not keep its riches to itself.

Namibia’s acclaimed collection of cultured products has partnered with Standard Bank for the Buy-A-Brick School campaign. 

Taking to social media Gweri Vintage official Twitter page announced the partnership to raise funds with Gweri socks. Buy-a-Brick themed socks and puzzles will be sold to primary and high school learners across all Namibian schools to raise funds for the initiative.

“We are proud to be part of the Buy-a-Brick School Campaign. Parents and guardians will be encouraged to buy a pair for their child and make a huge difference for Namibians staying in shacks as proceeds go to the Buy-A-Brick-Campaign. This is our most impactful collaboration to date,” read the tweet.

Sharing the news on social media as well Standard Bank revealed that the Buy-a-Brick School Campaign will give learners and schools the opportunity to help alleviate the plight of Namibians living in shacks.

“Funds will be raised through the sale of these socks and puzzles, and champions will be identified at primary and high schools across the country,” they stated in a tweet.

According to Standard Bank, the school that sells the most socks get N$20 000 whereas the gentleman and lady who sells the most socks will get N$5000 each. Socks will be sold at N$100 per pair.

Buy-a-Brick initiative’s aim is to raise funds yearly in order to build houses for low or no income-earning households.


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