4 years ago
Saturday, May 30, 2015
BAPS Charities South Africa, in partnership with the Sohum Sanctuary Trust, will be hosting its annual Winter Warmer drive during the months of May and June this year. Beneficiaries from Johannesburg, Lenasia, Cape Town and Durban will receive blankets, clothes, food parcels and hot meals in preparation for the upcoming winter months. A number of beneficiaries have been identified as recipients of this year’s drive. We also invite you, your family and friends to join us to distribute these items.
Donations are welcome to help support this cause. For EFT donations, please use the following bank details:
Account Name: Sohum Sanctuary Trust
Account Number: 1903385865
Branch Code: 190342
Please use this reference to help us track your donation. If you wish to receive a receipt or a SARS Section 18a tax certificate, then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sohum Sanctuary Trust is a registered NGO with Public Benefit Organisation status (PBO 930021937). We are fully compliant with SARS to issue s18A tax receipts for donations received.
If you wish to contact us to volunteer your support, or for information about this event, then please email us at: email@example.com
Johannesburg - Barcelona Informal Settlement (Daveyton, north of Benoni)
The Barcelona informal settlement accommodates over 1000 people who lack basic amenities such as running water, plumbing and electricity. BAPS Charities support this community on a monthly basis by providing bulk food items and medical services. Each year, the community receive blankets, clothing and food as part of our Winter Warmer project.
Johannesburg - Fordsburg Primary School
Fordsburg Primary School is located close to the Johannesburg CBD. It is a government school that caters for children whose parents cannot afford premium education for their children and are mainly from disadvantaged backgrounds. Approximately 200 children are in need of blankets and food parcels.
Lenasia - Phuthamahae Community Care Givers
Phuthamahae Community Care Givers (CCG) are a non-profit organisation situated in the informal settlement of Orange Farm. The organisation daily serves orphans, vulnerable children and child headed families with daily necessities and plays a role of a day care on a daily basis. The organisation is in desperate need of blankets, food parcels and clothing for the 300 children that they look after.