Payeton Fourie together with her respective awards.
The adage that actions speak louder than words rings true for the latest Toys R Us TRUper ambassadors whom demonstrate a pay it forward generation.
Ten primary school pupils from across the country were honoured and rewarded for simply displaying good behaviour, caring about the environment and displaying acts of kindness.
The competition, which extends to schools in Johannesburg, Cape Town and KwaZulu-Natal, is now in its third year, with a primary purpose of encouraging children to carry out more good deeds.
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TRUper 2018, calls for nominations from school teachers and peers to recognise a child, each month who exemplifies the qualities of a “do-gooder” for the duration of a five month period.
Heather Williamson, Tarushka Munyippa, Kaitlyn Croucamp, Esihle Majali, Kirsty Strydom, Khaya Mbhense, Payeton Fourie, Adrian Truter, Leah Germishuys, Alessandro Smit, and Gemma Labuschagne were selected as ambassadors for the month of October.
They each were rewarded with a R500 gift voucher, a certificate of honour and an official TRUper cap and badge.