We spent the day distributing bread to clinics, schools, quadriplegic centres, and families in need.
We were blessed with the donation of 4800 bread rolls, which will be appreciated by many! From clinics to creches to schools to soup kitchens; bread is always a much needed staple.
As part of our day-to-day projects, we distributed non-perishables in our local area to a primary school, (+-800 pupils) an underprivileged creche, (40 little ones) and Andries Olivier Quadriplegic Centre. Here you can see Mike with a few of the residents of Andries Olivier. (Within an hour of delivering the goods we received this sweet, grateful letter.)
A box of cereal Sauces Pasta Meals Juice Each one of 620 people from the Klipheuwel township received these items, as well as a smile and a “Jesus loves you!”
As part of our Christmas projects we dropped off food, toys, and chocolates to the residents of two centres for women and children in crisis.
The men and women who care for the disabled children of the Sive Nathi Care Centre are just amazing. Always smiling, singing, and so positive; they care for these young cerebral palsy patients with so much love and patience that we felt honoured to present them with a “love box” full of Christmas treats and presents. (Love boxes donated by a local company) Upon opening the boxes the ladies broke into an impromptu song and dance, which was a real treat for us all!
As well as our many Christmas projects, we still continue the distribution of fresh fruit and vegetables, bread, and other food items to feeding schemes and several institutions.
A local school with 800 pupils, a center for severely disabled children, and several other centers and feeding schemes were blessed with fresh rolls and milk this week. Thousands of rolls and hundreds of litres of milk were donated to us for distribution, and this food was often enjoyed on-the-spot, as you can see from these pictures.