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COMMUNITY KITCHENS:

Saam Werk:
063 816 0231
saamwerk2018@gmail.coM
NPO 188-346
ABSA, Cheque Account:
4096635637,
Branch: 632005,
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Guided by field workers within the City’s Social Development, we focus on feeding schemes in vulnerable communities.
For example, Connie Marcus’ community kitchen Saam Werk in Atlantis. Connie’s provides nutritional meals for some 300 children. Her aim is to try to prevent migration away from their homes and communities to seek ‘income and sustenance’ on our streets. Also to inspire youth to excel at school, sport and also chess competitions rather than be attracted by gang activity.

RPJ Helping Hands
083 564 0564
pat@rpjhelpinghands.org.za
https://www.facebook.com/RPJhelpinghands/
NPC 2017-203370-08
Standard Bank,
Account: 252094972,
Branch: 7829
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Pat Pillay-Louw started her community kitchen in memory of her late husband. Pat has a brilliant career yet finds time, with the assistance of three cooks, to produce nutritious meals.
She invests in her own NPO and specifically selects to support areas where there are no others assisting. During the week her team prepares large quantities for community leaders in Cape Town to collect and at the weekends she serves at her own community kitchen in Kensington.
Quoting from a recent post by Pat: ‘RPJ Helping Hands has handed out groceries, vegetables, candles, sweet packets, clothing and shoes, dog food, toiletries and blankets over the last months.
Each week we endeavour to reach out into new communities where poverty and hardship is so heartbreaking. Our kitchen is a joyful hub of positive energy and laughter.’

WOMEN AND CHILDREN HOMES:

The Homestead
The Homestead Head Office,
150 Strand Street,
De Waterkant
021 419 9763
info@thehomestead.org.za
https://homestead.org.za/
PBO 18/11/13/1038
ABSA Account: 4052958568
Branch: 632005
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The Homestead was established in 1982 to prevent children living, begging or working on the streets due to extreme family environments.
It has five Prevention and Early Intervention Programme centres. Through these centres, children receive psychosocial support and a chance to have normal growth.
The programme fosters positive development of children living in dysfunctional family environments or exposed to harmful experiences. Placement of children in residential facilities is the last resort.
The Homestead has two Child and Youth Care Centres - Bridge CYCC in Khayelitsha and LaunchPad Transitional CYCC in Observatory which care for boys until they realise their full potential.

Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children
Klipfontein Road, Manenberg
021 633 5287
info@womenscentre.co.za
http://www.saartjiebaartmancentre.org.za/
NPO 014-121
First National Bank
Current Account: 62028179415
Branch: 201509
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SBCWC is a one-stop centre for women and children who are survivors of abuse. Their vision is the creation of a safe and secure society and a human rights culture where women and children are empowered to exercise their full rights.
They provide the following: 24-hour emergency shelter (safe accommodation); short and medium term residential care; childcare services; counselling, mental health support, legal and economic empowerment services; children’s counselling; research in gender-based violence; job skills training

St Anne’s Homes
48 Balfour Street, Woodstock
021 448 6792
info@stanneshomes.org.za
https://wcwsm.org.za/stannes.html
NPO 002-947
St Anne’s Homes
Standard Bank Current Account:
070260702
Branch: 020909

St Anne’s mission is to provide shelter and support for pregnant, abused and homeless women with young children through a holistic self-empowerment programme that develops social, personal, creative, vocational skills within a framework of values and discipline, a culture of mutual learning, accountability and respect.
Each of their three homes serve a unique function to service women and their children. The women are empowered and involved in running the homes to encourage mutual accountability to support and sustains the residents to further independence.
The vision is to see women with children living free from abuse, poverty, and discrimination by offering a model of care and social empowerment.

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