Help South Africa rise together as one united family.

Emergency Response

Thousands of families are at risk of being acutely food insecure as a result of the riots and violence in South Africa. We're on a mission to help them.

Businesses Destroyed

45,000

Jobs at risk

150,000

Impact

$3,5 billion

Death Toll

212

Food Packs Distributed

To date we've already managed to distribute over 6,900 food packs!

Thank you to each and every one of you who have supported this response. You have made it possible for us to be on the ground immediately meeting the most desperate needs.

  • TARGET: 50,000 Families

Take Action

Donate a food pack that will feed a family of five for a month, for just $30.

  • Maize Meal

    5kg
  • Rice

    2kg
  • Pilchards

    1,60kg
  • Baked Beans

    1,64kg
  • Lentils

    1kg
  • Powdered Milk

    0.8kg
  • Onion Soup Sachet

    4pck
  • Cooking Oil

    750ml
  • Soap Bar

    0,35kg

Our emergency response

Our appeal

Your urgent support today can provide immediate aid and relief to the most vulnerable communities impacted by the ongoing riots and violence in South Africa.

As we start to rebuild our nation after 45,000 businesses have been destroyed, 150,000 jobs are at stake and with over $3,5 billion in damages to property and equipment, we appeal to you to rise as one united family and support the most vulnerable communities in South Africa.

With essential supply chains cut off, we are committed to assisting an initial 10,000 families with emergency food aid and aim to substantially increase that number to 50,000 with your help.

Support our communities

A donation of $30 will provide a family:

• Basic food items for a month• Cleaning materials• Direct distribution or direct sms food voucher• Covid-19 Water, Sanitation & Hygiene training

No matter how old you are, where you live, or what you can give, you can help South Africa rebuild as one united family, and you can start right now.

All donations will help rebuild our Nation and support the most vulnerable communities in South Africa.

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