Patrick’s 75 in 75 – over £5,000 raised!

An update from Patrick: “I completed the 75 miles yesterday in 61 hours 20 minutes after 30 hours of walking (including stops). Not only that, due to your generosity I have raised over £5,000 (including Gift Aid). THANK YOU VERY MUCH for your support. I am extremely grateful. For the […]

Please sponsor Patrick’s 75 miles in 75 hours!

Patrick is almost there with his fundraising goal. Help him get there and even exceed it, before he heads off later this week on his epic fundraising walk for the GRCT! Patrick is about to enter his 75th year and is marking this milestone by walking 75 miles in 75 […]

Patrick’s 75 in 75

Patrick Fleming, one of our founding trustees, is embarking on an epic fundraising walk for the GRCT! Patrick is about to enter his 75th year and is marking this milestone by walking 75 miles in 75 hours (roughly 25 miles a day over three consecutive days) to raise funds for […]

Port Elizabeth update

The GRCT has a long standing relationship with our partners in Port Elizabeth, and these relationships have led to further introductions and consequently an expansion of number of meals that we fund in that area. The photos from our recent trustee visit are of children at John Masiza Primary School, […]

An inspiring individual!

Around 200 children, who live in an informal settlement on the outskirts of the town Despatch, visit local resident Jacky Daniels at her home for an e’Pap meal, which the GRCT funds. Jacky is working with two churches which oversee the supply of the e’Pap. Even the empty e’Pap bags […]

Missionvale Care Centre

Missionvale Care Centre is a long standing partner of the GRCT which runs, among many other things, a primary school for children from the surrounding area. On a recent visit, GRCT trustee Patrick Fleming met some of the children at the school, children who feel the benefit of improved concentration […]

e’Pap meals in St Francis Bay

During his current visit to South Africa, Patrick Fleming (one of our trustees) has visited pre-schools in St Francis Bay, another location where our funding of e’Pap is making a such difference to the lives of children – to their health, energy and concentration.

Hornlee visit

On his trip to South Africa Patrick Fleming, one of our trustees, is visiting almost all of the areas in which the projects we fund are located. One stop was Hornlee in Knysna, with Shelley Godsell who runs our biggest beneficiary the e”Pap Children’s Feeding Project.

Long standing commitment

Two pre-schools in Sedgefield which benefit from e’Pap meals are Wielie Walie and Little Teddy’s Creche. Gladys, who started Little Teddy’s 31 years ago, is pictured with Barbara an e’Pap volunteer for the area.