e’Pap Children’s Feeding Project wins local charity award

The winners of the third annual Knysna Sanlam Awards were announced last night, at a gala event in South Africa. The e’Pap Children’s Feeding Project, whom we are proud to support, won the Local Charity and NPO Award. This is well deserved recognition of their work; the project now feeds […]

A new venture in Cape Town

This year, the GRCT began funding the feeding of e’Pap to extremely needy children in the sprawling settlements of Hout Bay outside Cape Town. Since June, the GRCT has been providing e’Pap for The Little Angels crèche in the fishing village of Hangberg, where some 14,000 people live. Keith Bull, […]

e’Pap Children’s Feeding Project – an update

For nearly 10 years we have been supporting Shelley and Peter Godsell and their team on the Garden Route, as they feed more than 4,000 children a bowl of e’Pap on each school day. Shelley reports that: “It is always heartwarming to see the health of the children improve after […]

Tiger Kloof School’s feeding programme – update

Catherine Boobbyer reports from Vryberg this month, bringing us up to date with the feeding programme which is run by Tiger Kloof School: e’Pap feeding has now started in earnest. The children are given a cup of it to drink as, after a few experiments, this seems to be the […]

New painted playgrounds

Students from the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth recently volunteered to paint playground games, at a local school for children with autism. The paint and materials were funded by the GRCT. The pictures below show children enjoying another painted playground in Port Elizabeth, this time at a school for […]

The Hem Soup Kitchen

The Tiger Kloof School in Vryberg runs “The Hem” Soup Kitchen which feeds approximately 150 children three times a week. Many of these children are under 5 years old and come from the extremely poor community nearby in Huhudi. The GRCT contributes to the funding of the food at the […]

e’Pap Feeding Project in Knysna

Mark, a GRCT Trustee, shares interviews and views from his recent visit to the e’Pap Feeding Project on the Garden Route in this video.