30/05/2018 - Sutherland Wool Donation

Gift of the Givers donated wool to Sutherland farmers who's wives got busy knitting baby clothing, hats, scarves and soft lambs for the kids. The lamb represents the animals who suffered from the effects of drought in the region.
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09/10/2018 - Fire at Sutherland High School

09/10/2018 - Fire at Sutherland High School
Gift of the Givers delivered the following to the Sutherland High School after a fire gutted more than two thirds of the school.
  • 50kg Bag of Beans
  • 10 x 24 Bottles of Water
  • 10 x 50 Packs of Genesis Cereal
  • 160 Stationery Packs
  • 5 x 50 Packs of Sanitary Pads
  • Bale of Toilet Paper
  • 3 Large Cooking Pots
The school kitchen lost all supplies and food in the fire. An assembly was held outside as they no
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R15 million borehole intervention for Sutherland

The intervention to save Sutherland from collapse has commenced in earnest. Five Gift of the Givers trucks will be delivering the first 200 bales of fodder this afternoon. The fodder was donated by generous farmers in the North West province.

However, the sustainability of the region is dependent on water. All 200 boreholes in Sutherland have dried out as the water levels have dropped
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Saving Sutherland

Sutherland in the Northern Cape is in serious trouble. Man, animal and the environment are in tremendous difficulty. The area is experiencing its worst drought in 100 years; ALL two hundred boreholes that served the region have dried out as the water table has decreased substantially, the total sheep count has dropped to 25% from urgent sell off or death of the animals, grazing is non existent,

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List of Needs in Sutherland

Long Life Milk
Canned Foods
Cereal with Mineral & Vitamins
Toilet Paper
Beans / Soup Mix


Personal Hygiene and Detergents
i.e Dishwashing Liquid
Washing Powder
Shampoo & Conditioner
Winter Supplies
Winter Jackets & Socks
Due to the drought they are struggling with blindness etc. in flocks. To alleviate this
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