“We have designed a project on community upliftment where they have to set up a three-hour challenge on the site and raise funds themselves.”
Kruger and two Selborne pupils, head boy Bradley de Kock, 18, and Sebastian Taylor, 17, completed a six-day 300km run from Gqeberha to East London on Wednesday July 6.
At the time of going to print, the campaign, known as Ubuko300, had raised R65,001.
Kruger has also developed the TFL Academy, which donated a piece of land for sports outreach with rugby legend Siyabonga “Tiger” Mangweni, 42, from Newlands Nxaruni.
The former Border Bulldog teammates started the Field of Dreams where they hope to host the Tiger Festival sports tournament in October.
Kruger said: “We want to run as a multifunctional facility and build a hall where we can set up a rugby school in the future.