Every day, the SOUL FOOD project donates 50,000 meals primarily to children in ECD centres and schools, but also to pensioners, abused women, the destitute, the sick and terminally ill.

One in four South African children is so chronically malnourished that they are classified as stunted.This means that those children are prone to suffer ill health, hypertension, diabetes and are likely to become obese later in life due to the permanent damage to their metabolic systems.

As bad as this is, there is worse:
In a country where access to food is a constitutional right, 7,500 children under the age of five die annually – not because of the long-term effects of malnutrition on their immune systems – but as a direct result of hunger.

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For whom we do it

Annual meals for
Schools, ECD Centres & Orphanages
Annual meals for
Shelters & Other
Annual meals for
Annual meals for
Old Age Homes

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