Smiles that last longer than just one day

Many South African children will wake up excitedly on Easter morning to hunt for chocolate eggs and bunnies.

For others, a simple peanut butter sandwich and a glass of milk will bring a smile and a different kind of happiness ... no more hunger pains.

Many poor children in the townships would give anything to have just one nutritious meal a day to satisfy their grumbling tummies. And – more importantly – the chance to grow and develop properly, physically and mentally. Because lack of food in the growing years robs them of the ability to learn at school, as well as to develop strong bones and muscles.

If you will donate R185 today the cost of about four chocolate bunnies this is the precious gift you could give a starving child.


Not as exciting as an Easter egg perhaps. But your kindness will be remembered long after Easter is over. Because your gift will keep on working ... providing a nutritious peanut butter sandwich and a cup of milk every school day for the next 3 months

So please will you invest in these precious lives now - by clicking here to make your Easter contribution now.

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Message from our Chairman
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