The Hem in Vryburg

Patrick Fleming, one of our founding trustees, has just returned from an extensive visit to many of the projects we support in South Africa.

“I started my visit by driving from Kimberley to Vryburg to visit Tiger Kloof School, and see the soup kitchen which they run in a very poor informal settlement of corrugated iron shacks on the outskirts of the town.

One of the school’s values is service and this led to the start of the soup kitchen. School staff cook the food for the soup kitchen and students play with the children who turn up – on average about 150 of them ranging in age from 2 to 13. Before the children collect the food to take back home, they get a cup of e’Pap.”

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