Eg. "Gift R50", not "Gift R50.00"
Nick was very excited when we started digging the tranches of his two bedroom home after the fire in Knysna destroyed the house that he and his family was staying in for the pass 33 years. He was overjoyed and the building of the house gave him new hope.
Gift of the Givers assisted with food, water, buckets and feeding bowls daily at KAWS Animal Shelter, also assisted with water for their veterinary clinic.
For the sake of the animals the oversized bales were even hauled on the rooftop of a recipient's vehicle. Unconventional, but the Eksteenfontein recipients were determined to keep their animals fed and warm this winter.
- Beds with bedding
- Hygiene Products
- Baby Food
Food, water and clothing donated to Lucas and his family, and Adeline and her family. They both lost everything in the #Knysnafire Both work as nurses at the Epilepsy Centre.
The area where Lucas and Adeline's homes were is the only part of that particular township which burned.
The Cape bee is unique. She is the only honeybee in the world that can create a laying worker
Gift of the Givers made a donation of medical supplies to the Knysna Hospital, Department of health worth approximately R15 000.00. We also donated to military R5000.00 worth of supplies.
It commenced by diverting a 32 ton truck laden with water for Cape Town, followed by an advanced team to assess the situation, arrange logistics, transport, find a base and arrange distribution. Shoprite-Checkers came to the rescue and provided a magnificent two floor "monster" facility in Rawson Road, Knysna, to warehouse the hundreds of tons of items arriving from all over South Africa to Gift
Gift of the Givers truck carrying bottled water for drought affected Cape Town has been re-routed to Knysna following the devastating fire that began yesterday.
We have been on standby since Tuesday morning, 6 June, at the request of Cape Town Disaster Management, to assist drought stricken Cape Town and the expected storm that evening. Our warehouses were ready, additional supplies were