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This month, with the kind and generous support of our donors we have been able to deliver much needed food parcels and education packs to our children and their families. This assistance extends not only to our current families, but also to our past children and their families, twenty in total.

The children have missed being at school enormously during lock down! Two mothers in each community have offered to supervise the children while they work through the educational activities that Teacher Nushfeekah has organised for them. Bread, jam and juice are packed in for the moms to make a snack for the children while they work. In this way we aim to uplift and empower the parents in the three communities. After her visit on Tuesday Nushfeekah said that there is sense of accountability amongst the mothers now, because they are feeling well supported by the Educare staff.

Please see below how you can help us with our Covid-19 support project.

Wish list for Covid-19 support project

  • Disposable gloves
  • Disposable masks
  • Plastic aprons
  • 5L sanitiser 70-80%
  • Sanitiser spray bottles
  • Paper towels
  • Wet wipes

All donations can be dropped off at the school every Tues 10h00 – 13h00. You do not have to get out of your car, just email info@colt.org.za to let Devi know what time you will deliver.

Cash donations will be used to cover petrol for distribution of goods, and to buy food and cleaning products. Twice a month each family receives the following items @ R600:-

  • Milk x 4litres
  • Cake of soap x 2
  • Cake flour 2.5kg
  • Sugar 2.5kg
  • Mealie meal 2.5kg
  • Rice 2kg
  • Baked beans x 4 tins
  • Tea bags x 100
  • Lollipop sweets
  • Cooking oil x 2litres
  • Bag apples, bag of potatoes
  • Cabbage, butternut, gem squash
  • Bleach and dishwashing liquid
  • Ace instant porridge 1kg
  • Sugar beans

Please visit our Donate page http://colt.org.za/donate/ for donation options.

Teacher Nushfeekah, Asim and Juliet packing bags to deliver to our children and families living in Hadji Ebrahim, Pook se Bos and Flamingo Crescent informal settlements.

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