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Food for Life KwaMashu

FoodForLife : May 17, 2020 12:15 pm : kwamashu, Uncategorized

During the first week of May, Food for Life KwaMashu kept busy by preparing freshly cooked homemade meals for hundreds of needy people in the community.

On 4 May nutritious, wholesome meals were distributed to over 400 patrons of KwaMashu Sections D, E and F.

On 5 May 500 underprivileged residents of the different sections of KwaMashu were served a hot plate of vegetarian breyani.

This project relies primarily on donations and the generous support of sponsors. You too can partner with us in alleviating poverty and helping to create a hunger free South African nation. Please feel free to contact the Foodforlife KwaMashu team by contacting Arkeev Gareeb on 0826786356 or arkeev.gareeb@fflsa.org and Ash Mohan on 0836762246 or kwamashu@fflsa.org should you wish to participate in this project.

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Food for Life KwaMashu

FoodForLife : April 30, 2020 10:54 am : kwamashu, Uncategorized

Amidst the global Covid-19 pandemic, Food for Life KwaMashu continues aiding the needy community of KwaMashu. In partnership with a local charity organisation, Food for Life KwaMashu provided meals to about 150 underprivileged children in area of Section D, Kwa Mashu on 24 April.

This project relies primarily on donations and the generous support of sponsors. You too can partner with us in alleviating poverty and helping to create a hunger free South African nation. Please feel free to contact the Foodforlife KwaMashu team by contacting Arkeev Gareeb on 0826786356 or arkeev.gareeb@fflsa.org and Ash Mohan on 0836762246 or kwamashu@fflsa.org should you wish to participate in this project.

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23 February 2020

FoodForLife : March 16, 2020 10:34 am : kwamashu, Uncategorized
FoodforLife KwaMashu were up and about this past Sunday, 23 February doing what they do best, feeding the hungry and striving to make a difference in the local community of Gandhi Settlement, north of KwaMashu. A brief interview with a fellow patron of the area revealed the impact that this non profit organisation has had upon the underprivileged residents. Nutritious, vegetarian meals were served to about 400 adults and children in the community.
Foodforlife KwaMashu embarked on its weekly feed in C Section, KwaMashu this past Sunday, 8 March. 400 Plates of wholesome vegetarian meals were distributed to both the underprivileged adults and children in the area.

This project relies primarily on donations and the generous support of sponsors. You too can partner with us in alleviating poverty and helping to create a hunger free South African nation. Please feel free to contact the Foodforlife KwaMashu team by contacting Arkeev Gareeb on 0826786356 or arkeev.gareeb@fflsa.org and Ash Mohan on 0836762246 or kwamashu@fflsa.org should you wish to participate in this project.

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