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Buy one brink and save South Africa child from death

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In a country where minorities form 10% of the population, it’s astounding that more than 1 million are living in crippling poverty as a result of governments Employment Equity Act, which effectively excludes them from obtaining employment, and the ability to provide for their families. Children are malnourished and sick, the parents dehumanized and desperate. They live in tents and makeshift structures, battling winds, rain, hail and heat in unhygienic circumstances, without water, or ablution facilities in most cases, and reliant on the community to provide meals and clothing. In a lot of instances, meals are days apart, survival is a losing battle, this is totally unacceptable!

 

BUY A BRICK, BUILD A FUTURE CAMPAIGN

We have 3 farms available, and we are attempting to raise funds to build homes for our people. The farms are self-sustaining, with the exception of certain items, and can expand to provide for more people. We plan to house, feed and employ them; give them back their self-respect and dignity. A skills based program has been implemented and will be run by Adriaan Hattingh. Those not wanting to relocate can be trained and placed in jobs.

The farms are situated in;

Pretoria 30 hectares of prime land, with Eskom, certified fountain water and irrigation, a haven in the city (Steven Rossouw),

Between Aliwal-North and Queenstown 1200 hectares, with Eskom, water, irrigation, outbuildings (being converted into suitable accommodation) caves with bushman drawings , and a large dam in a beautiful, tranquil, secluded setting, (Tienie Henning)

And Zeerust, 17 ha with water, irrigation, a river and trees, idyllic (Adriaan Hattingh). These farmers have opened their hearts and homes to change circumstances for our people, but they can’t do it alone, we need donations, we need you.

 

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