|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
FEED SA is extremely pleased with the building progress at Ivory Park, our first OWN little Community Centre.
Witnessing the progress and watching it come into being has been such fun, and we are very proud and excited to be able to implement this amazing building project - Come rain or shine, we do not waste our time - as we continue to feed hearts, minds and tummies.
A HUGE congratulations to the Dis-chem Foundation, who have launched their fabulous, delicious and nutritious vegetable garden yesterday.
Fresh veges first hand for our amazing beneficiaries, who were thrilled to receive this fresh produce.
The vegetable garden looks absolutely gorgeous, with flowers, veges, greenery and all.
What an amazing project that will not only feed those in need, but also create jobs for the farming of the produce.
An all round WIN for all !! WELL DONE Dis-Chem and thanks for sharing with FEED ...more
Huge thanks to Lego and their amazing lego training held at the offices on Friday.
We AND our teachers had such fun learning what a huge impact ALL the different ways to play lego has on teaching skills and for the children.
Way to Go.. LEGO - and thank you for the amazing donation!
...but a sandwich a DAY would keep hunger at bay...
FEED SA felt blessed yesterday, when we went to hand out sandwiches to Inkenkwesi Primary School in Soweto.
Bombarded with love and hugs, our day was made even better when we were able to treat these kiddies to a sandwich!
Thanks to Trinity College students, these children are given a sandwich every week... and we handed them out yesterday whilst visiting.
We would like to say HERE'S A SANDWICH EVERY DAY !!!
Please be so ...more