18 july Mandela Day

Do what you can, where you can, with what you have.

Drive By – Drop ‘n Go opportunities

The Father’s Heart

Vision statement: To transform the life of every orphan & vulnerable child, by re-establishing their God-given identity & purpose, restoring healthy, loving family environments & building strong communities within which they can thrive.

Food Supplies (In support of after school meals = 50 vulnerable children)

|Cooking Oil              |Sugar              |Box Milk         

|Orange Drink        |Flour          |Soup mix       |Maize Meal

|Rice        |Tin Food = Beans, Tomatoe      | Spices = curry, meat, chicken

Foster Care homes x6 (In support of the children being cared for by the foster moms)

|Washing powder       

|Toiletries: Soap, Facecloth, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Roll On Deo, Sanitary ware

|Winter blankets

The Usapho Foundation

Vision statement: Our vision is to create a strong nation by building better families. We seek to empower families through specific preventative and developmental intervention programmes that will assist in meeting the needs of vulnerable groups in certain deprived communities.


|Soap                        | Facecloth               |Toothpaste               |Toothbrush    |Roll On Deo                      |Sanitary ware                    |Nappies         

Fisantekraal Animal Welfare 

Vision Statement: Helping people to help animals.

Dog Care

|Dog, puppy, cat food = Pellets             

|Dog Blankets               

|Dog collars and leads = 2nd hand

Trevor Manuel Primary School 

Vision Statement: Education excellence for Grade R – 7 learners

School Library

|Children’s reading books Age appropriate for Grade R – Grade 7 in either, English, Afrikaans or Xhosa.  = new or 2nd hand. 

2nd Hand books to be in good condition with no writing on the pages. 

Mercy Aids

Vision Statement: A caring, safe, resilient community where children can grow to their full potential supported by thriving adults.

With a mission of collaborating with others to foster sustainable safe spaces for holistic care for children’s psychosocial, spiritual, and physical development.

Non-perishable groceries in support of 7 Soup Kitchens in Fisantekraal

|Maize                |Rice                     |Samp                     |Pasta (Macaroni)      |Peas                          |Beans                         |Lentils         |Soup mix                  |Soup Powder        |Salt                 |Pepper                    |Flour           |Yeast          |Oil               |Sugar               |Curry Powder           |Tinned Fish                                |Jam                    |Peanut Butter

Victim Support, Fisantekraal

Vision Statement The Victim Empowerment Program (VEP) is a community based voluntary support service team, working with the South African Police Service, who provides support services to victims of crime and or traumatic incidents. We provide…

– emotional support

– practical support

– information

– referral to professional support services

Support for victims of crime

|Sanitary ware           |Nappies          |Baby bottles    |Dummies        |Formula Milk   |Wipes |Blankets


|2nd hand baby clothes     


Equipping of Victim Support Room

|Cleaning materials           |Broom and dustpan      |Mop     |Coffee         |Tea       |Sugar      |Long life milk          |Kettle     |Mugs          |Glasses |Cutlery            |Toilet Paper            |Hand wash |Hand sanitiser      |Pens   |Notepads       

|4 x plastic storage bins |First Aid Kitt    |3 x locks

On-site support

|Backpacks       |Hot water flasks         

|Water bottles             

|Notepads & pens   

|Sanitary pack = soap, facecloth, toothpaste, toothbrush, wipes, roll-on deo, sanitary ware