Worth Fighting For
CCJ takes its environmental responsibilities very seriously. There are ongoing initiatives for water conservation, energy saving and waste recycling to reduce the club’s environmental footprint. There are safeguards in place to minimise our potential of polluting the natural environment. We monitor the latest environmental legislation and ensure the Club is legally compliant.
However, one of our key objectives is to enhance biodiversity through the protection of indigenous flora and fauna on Club property. The outcome is environmental havens at both Auckland Park and Woodmead which can be enjoyed by members and their families for generations to come.
Sponsor a Living Gift
For as little as R250
CCJ is committed to planting indigenous trees at both Clubs. Invasives such as Euclaypt and Black Wattle are continually being removed which then creates space for the planting of indigenous trees.
Whilst the Club funds a great deal of this, we invite members to sponsor a tree as part of our indigenisation program or make the sponsorship a living gift.
- You sign up at reception to sponsor a tree/s. You choose a straight sponsorship (R250ea) or a gift sponsorship (R500ea)
- If it’s a living gift sponsorship, state who or what the tree gift is for: A new baby, a birthday, a wedding, or any other special occasion.
- The Club will provide you with a certificate after the planting is completed. The certificate will contain the following information: The name of the recipient, the name of the sponsor, the year, the type of tree and the location of the tree (GPS co-ordinates will be provided if possible).
Contact Cathy on firstname.lastname@example.org | 011 202 1631
The Woodmead property is home to our two superb golf courses and a vast array of wildlife. The natural resources have been blended to create a harmonious balance between nature and the urban development surrounding the estate.
Auckland Park Gardens
You may have heard of the majestic gardens at Auckland Park. You may even have stood on the club’s patio and admired them from afar. But to truly appreciate them, you need to take a walk.