Feeding Scheme

Sri Sri Feeding Scheme

140 bunnies was prepared by volunteers in the Soup kitchen and donated in Clayfield, Northcroft, Stonebridge and Greenbury in KZN.

(Bunny chow, often referred to simply as a bunny, is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed-out loaf of white bread filled with curry).

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Donation to Hope for all Foundation

Hot and delicious meals were prepared and donated to Hope for all Foundation. Meals were also donated in other arears in Brooksfarm in KZN.

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Acknowledgement and Thank you letter from Wembley Primary School, Phoenix

“On behalf of the Principal, Staff Learners and Members of the school Governing Body. I wish to place on record my sincere thanks and appreciation to the organisation for proving 25 Hampers for our indigent learners.

Your magnanimous gesture brought a smile to the faces of our learners. We appreciate and look forward to your on-going support in the future.

We wish the members of the Sri Sri Feeding Scheme good health and prosperity”.

Food hampers were also donated in Amouti. Bambayi, Phoenix and Waterloo in KZN.

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Our First Bike Run; 1 January 2022

New Year’s Day saw the jumpstart of  our Bikers With Purpose campaign – a monthly ride from Cape Town to a rural destination to support initiatives that address the root causes of violence, inequality, corruption, hunger and climate change. On 1 January, bikers from Cape Town, Switzerland and Swellendam drove along Route 62 to raise funds for Net Vir Pret, the only registered NPO in Barrydale. Net Vir Pret works to aid the development of 150 children who live in Smitsville.

Over 20 bikers came together at Lloyds on Route 62, who opened their beautiful restaurant for the event. The bikers opened their hearts and pockets to raise over R10,000 that will fund education programmes for children in Smitsville.

Children from the community danced and drummed their way into the hearts of the bikers, volunteers and guests, showcasing some of the important work that Net Vir Pret does in the area. After lunch, the bikers were treated to a tour of Smitsville by Conroy Williams, local policeman and active community member. Bikers visited the Net Vir Pret headquarters, where they discussed plans to plant trees and provide the community with resources for vegetable gardens. Net Vir Pret chief Peter Takeolo and manager Derek Joubert were recently awarded Gold Medals by UWC for their commitment to the youth of Barrydale and surrounding farming communities.

The 2nd ride of the year with monthly excursions planned from Cape Town to Barrydale. Our first event was on 1 January 2022 at Llyods on Route 62 where we raised over R10 000 for the support of education of rural children.

Date: 05 February 2022
Time: 09:00 – 16:00
Venue: The Country Pumpkin, Barrydale
Cost: FREE

More info: The Country Pumpkin Restaurant in Barrydale Western Cape offers a varied menu of breakfasts and exciting lunches, gift shop, farm stall, biltong and ice cream shop. With great indoor and outdoor seating, it’s rated one of the best stops on the R62.

Date: 05 February 2022
Time: 09:00
Venue: Engen N1 City, Cape Town
Cost: free

More info: Riders shall meet at the Engen Garage along the N1 and ride in convoy to Barrydale.

Bike Run 1 January

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Fresh cabbages at Waterloo | Sri Sri Gardening Project

Our volunteers for the Sri Sri Gardening Project have been taking great care of the lovely fresh cabbages growing at Waterloo, KwaZulu-Natal.

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United Technical Equipment Co. (Pty) Ltd. – Hamper Project in Gauteng

This project in Partnership with United Technical Equipment Co. (Pty) Ltd. (UTEC), Mr.Vernon Kistan the CEO of UTEC runs a Food Hamper Campaign every year.

1000 boxes of food hampers are packed and distributed to those in need.  UTEC distributes the food hampers to various Church groups, shelters and for the destitute in Lenasia, Eldorado Park, Soweto and many other surrounding areas.

Previously volunteers assisted in packaging of the hampers, but due to Covid 19 the packaging was outsourced.

The Ikageng Itireleng People’s Centre in Orlando West, Soweto, was one of the beneficiary to receive the food hampers.

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Thank you!! From hearts filled with joy and gratitude

On behalf of Ikageng, I would like to extend a heartfelt sincere, gratitude for your support and dedication to our cause, your support has not gone unnoticeable, we appreciate and value you! Thank you for always joining us in making a difference in the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children and youth.

I would like to acknowledge receipt of 200 food hampers on 13 November 2021. Your donation has impacted the lives of over 800 beneficiaries, every time we distribute a food parcel, we are filled with gratitude that we could be an instrument at a time like this, where we can extend HOPE to the hopeless, we say this from the hearts of our families and households, who struggle daily with food security.

Thank you so much to you and the team which made this donation possible. Please know that this could not have been possible without your generosity.

200 families or 800 vulnerable children, orphans, women, disabled, and elderly people have food on the table. Thank you so much!!


Yours sincerely,

Ellen Maseko, Acting Programme Manager, Ikageng Itireleng

Website: www.ikageng.org.za

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Sri Sri Feeding Scheme

Hot and delicious meals prepared by volunteers + 25 food hampers and face masks distributed in Margate, Chatsworth, Waterloo and Verulum, KZN.

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Vredendal Mandela Day 2021

We had a great response to this year’s Mandela Day Fundraiser to gift 3rd Wave Family-Packs to 100 kids and families in Vredendal, a community in the West Coast of Cape Town who are part of the James House Child & Youth Care community.   A special Family-Pack would assist them during the 3rd Wave of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Despite the pandemic being a difficult time for everyone, it is heart-warming that so many donors were willing to help another family, despite their own circumstances.

Each 3rd Wave Family-Pack included a combination of groceries, winter warmers, hygiene items and educational material:

The James House Board, management, staff and beneficiaries of Vredendal have expressed their heartfelt gratitude to all involved. The Family-Packs were well-received with much appreciation and they are forever grateful for the continuous support and donors who make a difference in the lives of the underprivileged communities.

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Stand for Humanity – KZN

A wonderful collaboration of IAHV, The Nelson Mandela Communitee Youth Center, The Revolution Motor Bikers, The SAI organization and a few community member giving us approximately 50 Volunteers.
Everyone just gelled and worked gracefully on Saturday and Sunday, morning into the night. It was great to have some experienced volunteers who helped with procurement, logistics and advising on the workflow. Great learnings in the process. Thank you to everyone that clubbed in to put this together.
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