The Christmas initiative extended to the Ithlokomoleng Home in Alex, where we were able to provide new bedding (sheets and pillow cases), masks, sanitisers, toiletries, and some clothing for the 100 permanent residents of the home.

The Kirsty Watts Foundation and our Bryanston 2 CAN initiative has spent the last 6 months of 2020 supplying weekly either soup, bread, fresh fruit and vegetables, non-perishable foods, clothing and/or other essential supplies to the Zandspruit informal settlement as distributed by the 5 Tiger Foundation based at the community centre in Zandspruit, and to the Ithlokomoleng Home for the Aged in Alex with the incredible 90 year old Marjorie Manganye doing the honors there.

Despite a rainy December day, nothing could stop us from spreading the love to these precious children at Zandspruit informal settlement, with the 5 Tiger Foundation hosting the event with the Bryanston 2 CAN. We all believe the quickest way to find happiness is to help someone else find theirs. We hope our Christmas hamper initiative has brought some happiness to these children with the contents including clothing, toys, school stationery and toiletries.

Huge thanks Father Christmas, Jonathan Mokuena, who came all the way back from Nelspruit at first light this morning after a Super Sport Event.

We would never have done this without the support of our volunteers and sponsors who intentionally seek to add value and as a result, have made this season a little better for the children after a trying 2020.  We cannot thank you enough.

Avon Cosmetics
Dis-Chem Pharmacies
Aspen Pharma
Rise Against Hunger SA

Orange Apple
Pick ‘n Pay
Bene Natural Spring Water
HTA School of Culinary Art

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