A day in the life of an NPO

A day in the life of an NPO

The needs list of an NPO is never-ending.
 
Peanut butter, jam, bread, coffee and pap for the soup kitchen.
A lady that can sew.
Rain for the vegetable garden outside.
Cars that come to the car wash.
A decent couch for the reading centre.
Showers for our soup kitchen attendees.
People to buy the organic veggies from the garden.

Looking in

Looking in

Theki, the Social worker at Tshepo, tells us about a man which came into Tshepo to wash his face. He sat down as he didn’t know who to speak to. Theki walked past, and started talking to him.   He has been a drug addict since he was 15 and had recently run away from...
A piece of land

A piece of land

By Nelet Kok I looked out the kitchen window.   A vegetable garden.   With the extremely volatile land ownership situation that is currently taking place in South Africa, the sight of a vegetable patch is like a slight sigh of relief. A patch of earth that is quietly...