Food for the ‘soul’

2016-07-26 06:00
Pro Appointments team showing they ‘can do the can-can’ and showing their support for The Robin Hood Foundation’s food drive. From left: Cindy Norcott, Nelita Rodrigues, Zama Mtungwa , Ronel Irvine and Patricia Mather. Photo: supplied

Pro Appointments team showing they ‘can do the can-can’ and showing their support for The Robin Hood Foundation’s food drive. From left: Cindy Norcott, Nelita Rodrigues, Zama Mtungwa , Ronel Irvine and Patricia Mather. Photo: supplied

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THE Robin Hood Foundation are set to host a soup kitchen this August called “Soulfood” and endeavour to not only feed nearly 2000 gogos and mkulus in the Ntshongweni and Shongweni communities, but also send them home with a Gogo Bag filled with non-perishable food and winter warmth.

Co-ordinator Kim Griffith Jones said, “We are calling out to appeal to all companies, groups and families in the community to support our Can-Can drive and donate cans, any non –perishable foods as well as knitted beanies, scarves and blankets for us to fill these bags or if you’d like to cook for the project or volunteer, please do get in touch.”

Deadline date for collections is 12 August and for more information on the project or of the designated drop off points or would like to get involved, cook or volunteer at the Soulfood project, contact Kim on 076 612 9060 or robinhoodfund@telkomsa.net

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