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Hope to Heal Foundation, bringing HOPE to the residents of Belhar, Western Cape.

Due to the challenge faced to get support for food hampers for the Community Support Centre in Belhar, Western Cape, we decided to take the next step and that is to feed the children. We started with 300 children and the demand has increased beyond means of this poor communities, we are now feeding over 1000 adults and children. 
The food hampers will keep the community safe at home but being home safe with no food is a crisis, many are faced with. In the interim, we will continue to feed the community ensuring safety measures are applied.

We cannot do this on our own and need your support. This programme desperately needs financial support and sponsors to sustain the programme. We are welcoming corporate, people in the private sector and Faith Based Organisations, to come on board by sponsoring / donating to sustain the feeding programme. Donations of groceries, eg rice, pasta, vegetables, mince, meat, bread etc. 
Kindly contact Seema Naidoo on 078 906 7461 or the Community Support Centre Manager, Marisha Kannemeyer on 083 426 5938 should you wish to contribute to feeding the vulnerable.

Remember, this is the only meal they have for the day. You will be giving them HOPE through your kind contribution. 
Thank you kindly for your support
Yours in Hope
Seema Naidoo 
Founder and CEO

#hopetohealfoundation #feedingthevulnerbale #SouthAfrica #lockdown #coronavirus #team 3 givinghope

www.hopetoheal.org.za
Seema Naidoo 078 908 7461 
Marisha Kannemeyer 083 426 5938
info@hopetoheal.org.za
Hope to Heal Foundation, bringing HOPE to the residents of Belhar, Western Cape. Due to the challenge faced to get support for food hampers for the Community Support Centre in Belhar, Western Cape, we decided to take the next step and that is to feed the children. We started with 300 children and the demand has increased beyond means of this poor communities, we are now feeding over 1000 adults and children. The food hampers will keep the community safe at home but being home safe with no food is a crisis, many are faced with. In the interim, we will continue to feed the community ensuring safety measures are applied. We cannot do this on our own and need your support. This programme desperately needs financial support and sponsors to sustain the programme. We are welcoming corporate, people in the private sector and Faith Based Organisations, to come on board by sponsoring / donating to sustain the feeding programme. Donations of groceries, eg rice, pasta, vegetables, mince, meat, bread etc. Kindly contact Seema Naidoo on 078 906 7461 or the Community Support Centre Manager, Marisha Kannemeyer on 083 426 5938 should you wish to contribute to feeding the vulnerable. Remember, this is the only meal they have for the day. You will be giving them HOPE through your kind contribution. Thank you kindly for your support Yours in Hope Seema Naidoo Founder and CEO #hopetohealfoundation #feedingthevulnerbale #SouthAfrica #lockdown #coronavirus #team 3 givinghope www.hopetoheal.org.za Seema Naidoo 078 908 7461 Marisha Kannemeyer 083 426 5938 info@hopetoheal.org.za
Today marked our second outreach and food drive for the month of April 2020 for Riverlea. Since we collectively made it our mission to flatten the curb and soften the blow from the impact that Covid-19 is taking our world, communities and this financial year at hostage. 
We are grateful, through the support from Waverly CAN, our team has managed to reach 50 families with much needed food aid and 25 mums with babies in Riverlea.  With us, there is always room to do more and reach a broader mass of people. With a larger scale of aid and resource, this will be possible. 
The parcels of food we donate, aim to provide a two-week relief buffer, in order to keep families indoors, safe and healthy. Rather than outside scouting for their next meal or committing crimes to feed themselves and their families. Through support, we would also like to extend our parcels to include, sanitary and household items and not just limited to the basic of food items. Babies still need nappies and formula, teenage girls still need sanitary wear, clothing and dishes still need to be washed. Children and family pets alike still need to eat. In short, life goes on despite this lockdown or lack of finance to deal with the most basic requirements of everyday life. That is where we come in, to try and bridge the gap and restore human dignity as best we can through one outreach mission at a time. 
Thank you kindly to Waverly CAN for your partnership and giving HOPE to the vulnerable people. 
#video #foodparcel #distribution #SouthAfrica #humanrights #foundation #lockdownsa #coronavirus #sponsored #team
Today marked our second outreach and food drive for the month of April 2020 for Riverlea. Since we collectively made it our mission to flatten the curb and soften the blow from the impact that Covid-19 is taking our world, communities and this financial year at hostage. We are grateful, through the support from Waverly CAN, our team has managed to reach 50 families with much needed food aid and 25 mums with babies in Riverlea.  With us, there is always room to do more and reach a broader mass of people. With a larger scale of aid and resource, this will be possible. The parcels of food we donate, aim to provide a two-week relief buffer, in order to keep families indoors, safe and healthy. Rather than outside scouting for their next meal or committing crimes to feed themselves and their families. Through support, we would also like to extend our parcels to include, sanitary and household items and not just limited to the basic of food items. Babies still need nappies and formula, teenage girls still need sanitary wear, clothing and dishes still need to be washed. Children and family pets alike still need to eat. In short, life goes on despite this lockdown or lack of finance to deal with the most basic requirements of everyday life. That is where we come in, to try and bridge the gap and restore human dignity as best we can through one outreach mission at a time. Thank you kindly to Waverly CAN for your partnership and giving HOPE to the vulnerable people. #video #foodparcel #distribution #SouthAfrica #humanrights #foundation #lockdownsa #coronavirus #sponsored #team