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“I may be only one person but I can be one person who makes a difference.”

Walmer Township near Port Elizabeth – John Masiza Primary School and St Augustine’s Pre-school pictured. There is unquestionably a huge need for good nutrition for South African children such as these. We see time and again the significant benefits of the e’Pap projects. On one of the walls of the Missionvale Care Centre (also near Port Elizabeth) there is written: “I may be only one person but I can be one person who makes a difference.” This applies to each supporter who helps these projects to happen and also be sustained.

e’Pap for the children at Sophokama Play School, Isiseko Pre-school and Mirotec Pre-school in Knysna

Juliet Fellows, a longstanding supporter of the GRCT, visited these schools last year: “It was both humbling and inspiring to meet all the people on the ground who were delivering the e’Pap and the teachers looking after the children in often very difficult circumstances. They all said how important the e’Pap has been for the children’s health and energy levels.”

Kleinmond and Hout Bay

Our new project in Kleinmond is co-ordinated by Alta Van Wyk. She runs a school in this area, an area which suffers from high levels of unemployment and alcohol and substance abuse. She is delighted to help make e’Pap breakfasts available to children in this community.

News from Hout Bay

Our chairperson, Ruth Burns, and her family recently travelled to South Africa. During their time there, they paid a visit to 3 creches in the Hout Bay area – Wavecrest in Hangberg and Siluncedo and Zoliswa’s House in IY. In 2015, the GRCT began funding the feeding of e’Pap for […]