Sandwich project a super success

2016-12-14 06:02
Photo: supplied Gathering to celebrate the success of The Domino Foundation’s Toti Sandwich Kitchen are: Greg MacKinnon (lead elder: Kingsway Church International), Cheryl Dann (feeding programme co-ordinator: Toti), Mr. Dlomo (Siyabonga Secondary), Cathy Whittle Feeding Programme Leader) and Shaun Tait (The Domino Foundation: operations manager).

Photo: supplied Gathering to celebrate the success of The Domino Foundation’s Toti Sandwich Kitchen are: Greg MacKinnon (lead elder: Kingsway Church International), Cheryl Dann (feeding programme co-ordinator: Toti), Mr. Dlomo (Siyabonga Secondary), Cathy Whittle Feeding Programme Leader) and Shaun Tait (The Domino Foundation: operations manager).

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THE Domino Foundation volunteers, staff, beneficiaries, and Kingsway Church International staff gathered to celebrate the success of The Domino Foundation’s Toti Sandwich Kitchen and thank the volunteers for the hours of making sandwiches for local school children in Amanzimtoti.

Under the guidance of Domino and the kitchen manager Cheryl Dann, and the support of 23 generous volunteers, the Domino Toti Sandwich Kitchen has prepared and delivered an incredible 13 500 sandwiches from April to the end of the third school term.

Sandwiches are delivered to children in local schools who can’t afford lunches and as a result battle to concentrate in class.

The team now delivers 660 sandwiches a week, with more schools on the horizons for 2017 and dreams to expand their current premises.

Mr. Dlomo from Siyabonga Secondary School spoke on behalf of the 301 matric pupils who are beneficiaries of the sandwiches made in the kitchen of The Domino Foundation at Toti.

The Domino Foundation, based in Durban North, started as a simple sandwich kitchen and now impacts 4 000 individuals on a daily basis in KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape.

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