Durban-based Executive Consultant from TrueNorth Recruitment Nikki Williamson joined the self-funded ELEPHANT IGNITE EXPEDITION in September 2016 for two weeks in Zambia and Malawi.
She has been an integral part in the fundraising and awareness for this project. Nikki’s background in conservation and tourism was fundamental in establishing her love for Africa’s animals and her people.
The Expedition has four aims which are, elephant awareness, community upliftment, fundraising and education.
TrueNorth Recruitment wishes everyone a happy, healthy festive season and 2016.
Crusaders Club junior hockey section would like to extend a huge thank you to TrueNorth Recruitment for your support of our annual prize giving. As a club we like to reward our players and coaches for not only their sporting talent but also their dedication. We strive to be inclusive of all that have taken part in the hockey season. Without your generosity and support of the Durban North community this would not be possible.
At the prize giving and on our social media, your company was acknowledged for your contribution to another successful 2015 season.
Thank you for donation.
Junior Hockey Committee
TrueNorth Recruitment sponsored a breakfast for +-70 trainee Accountants part of ABASA (African Black Chartered Accountants of South Africa) and AWCA (African Women’s Chartered Accountants). The conference was held at Standard Bank in Durban and the main speakers included Senior people in finance from a leading Auditing firm, a multinational and a subsidiary of a large listed group.
TrueNorth Recruitment donated money to DUCT (Dusi Umngeni Conservation Trust) through the Charity Batch for this year’s 2015 Dusi Canoe Marathon. Our director, Carl, completed his first Dusi. DUCT’s vision is an ecologically healthy and biologically diverse uMngeni-uMsunduzi river system that provides sustained ecological goods and services for the communities that depend on them for their survival.
TrueNorth Recruitment donated money via the Midmar Mile charity to the “Save the Rhino” fund. We sponsored a swimmer, Delme Linscott, as he was competing in the Midmar “8 mile”, which he completed.