Schools caring for the Earth
WESSA (the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) is one of South Africa’s oldest membership-based, non-governmental organisations. For nearly 90 years we have played a key role in the conservation of our country, working to help ensure sustainability for present and future generations through: environmental action; education programmes; and human capacity development to empower individuals and communities to make sustainable choices. By joining WESSA, you are making a valuable contribution to the significant role we play in the areas of education and conservation via our various projects.
WESSA School Membership Options
Rates valid 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016. All membership levels include e-communications and newsletters
Add-on magazines for school special memberships
EnviroKids (up to 5 subscriptions p.a.*) R104 per subscription p.a. (i.e. R26 per magazine instead of R32)
Environment (any quantity) R112 per subscription p.a. (i.e. R28 per magazine instead of R32)
Additional benefits for school members
WESSA School Members get to use a special logo on their stationery and website.
Learners, teachers and parents qualify for a reduced rate should they wish to become WESSA Members.
About our magazines
EnviroKids, WESSA’s award-winning publication, has informed and inspired the young at heart of all ages for almost 40 years. Full of fantastic facts and information about how to live more sustainably and care for the Earth, each issue has a different theme and supports the National Curriculum. EnviroKids is a valuable and reusable educational resource for children, parents and teachers. The easy-to-read articles are ideal for second-language readers and school environmental projects. Ideal for children aged 4 – 14 years.
Produced on behalf of several organisations, Environment: People and Conservation in South Africa magazine provides informed reporting on the country’s current environmental issues.
For more information contact:
WESSA Membership Office
Tel 031 201 3126
Private Bag X007, Howick, 3290