a feeding scheme run by volunteers, funded by south africans



The kitchen is nearing completion, and while there have been numerous people at the community center, the decision was made to carry out a few improvements. These pictures show you the new paint, the new kitchen, the patio, the Bok support and our brand new billboard.

A quick note to say thank you to Marcelle Arnold who donated the startlingly orange shirts that the Vukuza Mamas are wearing.

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The Kitchen

The first stages of the new kitchen proved to be a little difficult. The foundations were not quite correct, and alternative plans were made. What follows is a few photographs showiung how things improved, and how the progress. More photo's are to follow.

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Fourbas Farming

For many years, each week, Manny and his son Tony have supplied Lula Isandla with 5 pockets of cabbages and 5 pockets of carrots, fresh off their farms, a truly huge donation.

Bonginkosi kindly accompanied me early one morning on my trip out to the Dargle to collect the farm fresh vegetables. On our behalf he handed over presents to Manny as acknowledgement of their enormous contribution.

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Craft Workshop

As described in our October Newsletter, Mandy (Makgoti #1) travelled down to Mphophomeni to conduct a craft workshop.

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You get a feel of what you are contributing to. Getting to the community centre is pretty spectacular. Mphophomeni is in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands; it also forms part of the Midlands Meander.

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