|At FEED SA we believe that a chance at a better life begins with a full tummy, which is why we’re committed to feeding the hearts, minds and tummies of South African children who are forced to go to school on an empty stomach. We are a non-profit organisation whose main aim is to establish feeding programmes within townships.These feeding programmes are aimed at those who receive no other forms of funding whatsoever.We also implement the building and setting up of crèches (from the infrastructure to operations), teacher training and teaching curriculum.FEED SA works hands-on in the townships on a grass roots level, sourcing their beneficiaries through prominent and reliable contacts within the communities.In the interest of transparency, reports are given at the end of each month with the status of each beneficiary. 87% of the funds in the FEED SA account are used for the feeding programmes and other projects.REG NO:
77015 PBO 930033678
Director/ Founder: (2000- 2009)
Lisa Jehoshafat Lowenthall
Selwyn Nathan, Linda Twala
Damon Hoff, David Sack, Francis Janish, Lisa Jehoshafat Lowenthal
|THE CURRENT ADVERT ON TELEVISION IS NOT FEED SA’S ADVERT. WE ARE A TOTALLY SEPARATE ORGANIZATION AND WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON THE WORK WE DO.
SNUG as a bug in a rug we shall be ! YAY for our brand new bedding and linen that we bought for Sithandiwe Home for the physically and mentally challenged. Beautiful, colourful and painted walls, and such cool linen !! Thanks ladies for do...ing such blessed and amazing work . FEED SA is so grateful to have such incredible, selfless souls as a beneficiary and that we could asssit - thanks to all OUR sponsors and donors ! x ...more
What an amazing, special and brilliant day we had - in the true sense of MADIBA spirit... we officially opened Ivory Park, fed all the elderly citizens, Moms and tots and gave warm woollies and goodies to EVERYONE.HUGE thanks to Joanne and the Bead Coalition, to the Avadya Berman foundation , to Leonard Rovetti and to our magical angels.. Gen and Rom. WELL DONE to Ndo and Menzi Twala for organizing the day.The LOVE and the gratitude was infectious. We're ...more
Earlier this week (and when we luckily had good weather in the Western Cape), we introduced the community of Zola Township in Somerset West to some authentic Thai food as part of our Mandela Day charity initiative. The facilitator of the soup kitchen, Fano Ngcobo, is a beneficiary of FeedSA – a non-profit organisation which we worked with in 2013 when we embarked on an in-store campaign in celebration of Songkran (Thai New Year). R5 of every Songkran meal ...more
Smiles and gratitude for the fire victims in Alex !
HUGE thanks to ALL of you, especially Dis Chem, Maxine Gray, Gen Nathan, Romi Levenstein and Kobus Myburgh (Impero Consulting) for ALL the TONS of clothes, blankets, shoes, socks and goodies for these amazing people. There are no words to describe the gratitude and joy from the recipients of these items. THANK YOU !!! As we continue to feed hearts, minds and tummies xxx