It is the individual who counts

We may fund e’Pap meals for 7,500+ children a year, but it is not so much about the number of children, it is about each individual life impacted by the improved nutrition – resulting in better immunity, increased concentration and more engaged and lively play. Here are photos of some of […]

Could your school partner with us?

Are you a school parent or teacher? The GRCT trustees are always happy to visit schools to speak about the work of the GRCT. Our work resonates with children and also gives them a window into the world of children elsewhere. Alternatively, we have a recorded presentation designed specifically for schools. […]

Supporting our work

It is very helpful for our long term planning to have some giving by way of standing order. You may already give this way and it makes a huge difference. If not, would you consider it? Please do go to the “How you can help” section for details on how to do so. […]

15 Years’ Old!

The GRCT was established as a UK registered charity in 2006, making us 15 years’ old this year! From small beginnings around Penny and Patrick Fleming’s kitchen table to 15 years of meeting the nutritional needs of young people in South Africa so that they can study, play and remain well. During this […]

GRCT Coffee Morning and Sale – community and fundraising!

Thank you to all who came along and supported our GRCT Coffee Morning and Sale last week. We raised an amazing amount – more than £2,700. Considering that it costs around £20 a year to feed a child in South Africa a bowl of e’Pap each school day, the amount […]

Royal Parks Half Marathon 10/10

Our two runners are in training for the Royal Parks Half Marathon in London on Sunday 10 October, to raise money for the GRCT. The somewhat cloudy rather than sunny Summer weather this year has made the training more manageable! This event was deferred from last year due to the pandemic. If you wish to support our runners, […]

Angels in human form

Lindsey, a volunteer with our beneficiary the e’Pap Children’s Feeding Project, reports: “I stand in awe of these precious ladies who run these ECD centres under sometimes very difficult situations. They appreciate my visits and are so proud of their schools. The children are all very happy and well disciplined and they all […]

Hope in these times

The unrest and looting in South Africa in July following ex-president Jacob Zuma’s arrest and imprisonment was a very unsettling and worrying time. However, we are so often reminded of the spirit of resilience and co-operation which still holds firm. An example of this is the swift action taken by the […]