GLOBAL ONLINE COOK-A-LONG
MANDELA DAY global
ONLINE COOK-A-LONG FUNDRAISER
this mandela day MONTH
helP Feed, nourish & grow the children of South Africa!
DONATIONS OPEN TO 31 JULY
WE ASK THAT AS A MINIMUM YOU PLEASE SUPPORT ONE CHILD (R180 OR THE EQUIVALENT IN YOUR CURRENCY)
South African Payments: Payfast (Mandela Day 2021)
International Payments: PayPal (Mandela Day 2021)
Your donations will feed, nourish and grow children across South Africa:
Western Cape: UJW Kensington Creche: You will be growing a child, by helping to send them to school. 20 Children will receive a 1-year bursary to help their parents with creche fees. The Union Of Jewish Woman founded Kensington Educare Centre in 1942, bringing 80 years of educational excellence to children in Kensington & Factreton! The Creche had to temporarily close its doors in 2020, but now with your help, it will start to thrive again, serving this community.
Gauteng: Feed SA. You will be Feeding 400 children from 2 creches with nutritional food, monthly for 1 year. Feed SA sets up feeding schemes and community development projects in vulnerable communities around South Africa. Their goal is to not only feed tummies but also hearts and minds. >>> Read more
Eastern Cape: Ripples for Change: You will be Nourishing children from 60 Creches by enabling 120 principals and 120 cooks to provide better, healthier food options for 4200 children who are allocated just R5 from their government schooling grant for food daily. The programme also provides tools and indicators to monitor the children’s health and growth.
Ripples for Change strives to end the malnourishment of pre-school children from rural communities by training early childhood development practitioners and cooks about good nutrition and health indicators. >>>Read More
A big thank you to Robinne Collie of Cook for Good who has developed the recipes and will once again be our head chef on the day. ‘Cook for Good’ is a UK based social enterprise rooted in cooking and sharing food. We run virtual and in-person corporate team building experiences, and invest our profits into food-focused community projects.