Hungry Lion brings KING-SIZED smiles to the Grade R pupils at local Primary School
Author: Hungry Lion
There were KING-SIZED smiles and joyful singing all around when the Grade R pupils at Simondium Primary School were treated to a yummy Hungry Lion lunch on Tuesday 3 November to kick off the last school term.
Proudly South African Quick Service Restaurant Hungry Lion treated the Grade R learners to juicy KING-SIZED chicken and also supported their annual fundraiser raffle project. “Supporting school projects is of high priority to us and we take pride in supporting our communities’ youth in any way”, explains Hungry Lion External PR and CSI Manager Denise Neethling. “There is nothing better than giving joy to a child and we're thrilled to help these young scholars kick off term 4 with a massive smile and a full tummy”, Neethling concluded.
YOUNG FOOTBALL STARS REWARDED WITH KING-SIZED PRIZES
Local Kayamandi Football Club, Sunday Spurs FC hosted the first Melck Mahlengele Tournament at the Kayamandi Sports Grounds on Saturday 14 November, and Hungry Lion proudly supported the young Football Fanatics. The players from Gugulethu based club, Belinda Kings FC were crowned the Kings of the Game with victories for both their U13 and U15 teams, with the young sportsmen from local Kayamandi club, Young Stars FC coming in second on the day.
Hungry Lion proudly supported this fun-filled day of football and rewarded the players with drawstring bags and meal prizes after having worked up a King-Sized appetite on the field. “We are committed to supporting and empowering the youth in our communities and were thrilled to be a part of this day.” said Senior PR and CSI Manager for Hungry Lion, Denise Neethling. “The benefits of sports are not just physical, kids who take part in sports learn valuable social skills like cooperation, teamwork, self-confidence, and perseverance,” Neethling concluded.
Hungry Lion brings KING-SIZED smiles to local NGO Christmas Party
There were KING-SIZED smiles all around when the kids at Isiqalo Performance Trust in Ceres were treated to a yummy Hungry Lion lunch Saturday 28 November to make their Christmas party so much more merry!
Proudly South African Quick Service Restaurant Hungry Lion treated the kids to juicy KING-SIZED chicken as well as buckets and spades as gifts. “Supporting our communities’ kids is very important to us, and there really is nothing better than bringing joy to a child,” explains Hungry Lion Senior External PR and CSI Manager Denise Neethling. “We were thrilled to help make this joyous Christmas party even more merry with toe donation of food, gifts and balloons”, Neethling concluded.