The non-profit, non-governmental welfare organisation, Engo, has taken hands with OFM and Bloemfontein Courant to present the first ever Omgie project and the first Engo Omgie Day will take place on Friday 29 October as a special civvies day in aid of Engo.
According to a statement from Engo, Omgie is Engo’s official mascot and ambassador at schools and his dream is to show others that he cares. “We want to cultivate this culture, not only among children of all ages but also among adults, by making them aware of “caring for others”.
The theme for this year’s project is Colour Me Crazy! Colourful Civvies Day. Each person who pays, receives a colourful Omgie sticker, which can be worn with their colourful civvies on the day. In addition, Engo requests schools, businesses, and the public, to post some beautiful photos of their colourful outfits on Facebook on Omgie Day, and to “tag” Engo Free State.
Cost for participation: R10 for children and R20 for adults. Stickers will be available at all Engo offices, houses, centres and houses.
or any further inquiries or to buy stickers, please contact Marinique du Plessis on 073 566 0078 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, contact 060 548 5543 or email email@example.com.