We have helped with minimal donations such as vegetable seeds, planted vegetable gardens and sponsored kitchen utensils for Bonwabise, Old Age Soup Kitchen
The completed roof of Khywani Day Care Centre as a result of funds donated by Myerscough College, UK
Our group of volunteers at the Colchester project where we're working with the Sunshine Coast Charity Trust
Some of the kids at the Colchester creche having been given some balloons by some of our Swiss volunteers
The CNSV:XP community projects started in 2010 when the team noticed the need for financial support, education and volunteer hands within the local community. We do not have a registered charity at this stage and rely solely on donations and the sale of second hand clothes for our community funds. You can help by bringing items with you that we need!
Healthchecks for the pets in Paterson
Check with your local supplier or vet team to see if they have unwanted product or are willing to support an initiative here in South Africa, we will credit any organisation who is willing to help us with this initiative!
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Bavumaleni pre-school Playground
Bavumaleni is a government funded pre-school and is in fairly good condition. We plan on adding some colour to the playground by painting a nature scene on the playground wall.
Pre-schools’ wish list
Talks at schools
Paterson old age soup kitchen - Bonwabise
Zanele, known as ZaZa, is 25 years old. She lives in Paterson with her mother, brother and two sisters. Two family members have died in the last year, her father and brother, the rest of the family are unemployed. She has always dreamed of becoming a beauty therapist, having always enjoyed being creative and doing people’s hair and makeup from a young age. Her real love is the beauty industry, so we want to support her and raise funds to pay for her training to become a beauty therapist.
Hendrik Kanise Combined School
address system ( PA System)
· 10 Window panes
Coaches to assist with netball and rugby
CARE Alicedale is the only legal NGO in the area and was established in 1998. The primary function of this day care centre is to offer refuge, safety and support to all women and children suffering from abuse. With high unemployment levels, teenage pregnancy rates increasing and school dropouts rising, this is a vital service for the community of Alicedale.
Stationary (pritt-stick scissors, pencils,
stapler, crayons, tipex, hole puncher)
Kitchen utensils required
Bowls (small for kids)
Gutters need cleaning
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