Priced at around R500 (including delivery to distant, inaccessible areas), the Wonderbag will save much more than this over time in reduced fuel costs. And the savings can be used to buy more food to feed more people in need.
If enough people like you , support this project, we could even extend the supply of Wonderbags to orphaned child-headed households and others in great need.
Gift of education from UK Mission friend There was great excitement at the chancery yesterday when Tony Watkins arrived to hand over education kits for the children of Emolweni School.
‘I was hungry, and you gave me food’ (Matt.25:35) Hunger is a very real part of poverty, unemployment, and homelessness. And it‘s often thanks to your compassion and generosity that the Archdiocese is able to provide food for those who are hungry. [more...]
St Leo’s Mission is 100 years old Today, there’s a substantial church on the mission, built with the help of mission friends like you, and a flourishing school which you also helped to renovate after the buildings had fallen into a sad state of disrepair. [more...]
To everything there is a season The month of May is very much about conserving what little families may have, to see them through the coming winter. [more...]