With the help of friends like you, many aspiring farmers have gone on to grow their own vegetables.

From a simple garden . . .
hope can bloom

If you’ve ever heard the expression: ‘Give a man a fish and feed him for a day, but teach him to fish and you’ll feed him for a lifetime,’ you’ll know it rings true for impoverished communities like Sada and Lessyton on the east coast of South Africa.

These rural townships on the east coast of South Africa have one common challenge day-after-day: hunger!

And while these families battle with famine, poverty and unemployment – all hope’s not lost.

You see, the government recently sponsored a huge heap of compost and bags of seeds to families in these neighbouring townships in the hope that they’d grow their own fruit and vegetables – and ease the burden of hunger.

But without any farming equipment to till the soil the compost and seeds are useless!

Will you make your online donation and help them start a food garden right away?

Not only will you be helping us to buy essential equipment so this community can farm the land for fresh fruit and veg. But you’ll help them sustain themselves . . . for a lifetime!

With your contribution we’ll buy hoes, picks, watering cans and rakes to get them started. So please will you make your donation right away?

Your contribution will be like a seed sowed into the lives of these vulnerable families – and will yield a harvest of hope in their lives.  

 

 

 

 

 

 



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