Food garden’s to end hunger

2018-09-04 06:20
Selling at the previous Market Day is Lydia Hlope.PHOTO: supplied

Selling at the previous Market Day is Lydia Hlope.PHOTO: supplied

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COMMUNITY food gardens are gearing up to sell their vegetables at selected Checkers stores on Arbor Day to raise much-needed awareness and funds.

The Kuhle-Okwemvelo food garden will once again be selling their produce at Checkers.

It will be the third time they participate in this initiative.

The public is invited to learn more about how this organisation helps disabled children using gardening and, of course, to buy their produce.

All proceeds raised go directly to the organisation.

As part of its broader strategy to fight hunger, the Shoprite Group believes in partnering with local community organisations in the fight against hunger. The Group’s vision is to enable communities to feed themselves in an independent and sustainable manner. — Supplied.

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