Feeding Centres

Lidgetton Village

Nokuthula | 80 children

Nokuthula has an existing soup kitchen, support by the wonderful residents of the Ambers in Howick, where she feeds 15 children every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We have partnered with her in increasing the capacity to feed as well as the days she will be distributing food.

Lidgetton – Crystal Springs

Ntombifuthi | 80 children

This area of Lidgetton is home to a creche headed by Ntombifuthi and her helpers. We will be working with Ntombifuthi to feed these children whilst the creche is closed.


Lion's River

GERTRUDE | 100 children

We are working closely with Lions River Primary school in this community and are fortunate to have a passionate community team to support the efforts here. 

Zenzane Village

KHANYISILE | 20 children

Zenzani Village is the home of Asithuthuke school, which will be closed during this time. Many of the learner’s travel from the Bruntville area but some are resident in the village under the care of family members.

Ntuli Block, Rosetta

Nicky | 95 households, 40 children & 25 pensioners

Ntuli Block (a village made of wooden shacks) is an area with great need. Most of the families here live way below the bread line with little to no employment. The children attend Sibonokuhle School which is supported by the “friends of Sibonokuhle” and we are privileged to be able to support these children as part of our project. 

Rosetta Railway

Janice | 5 Households

Further up to the railway line are another few families (including vulnerable children) who are supported as part of the Rosetta Relief. 


850+ children

The Light House in association with Meals on Wheels, Bruntville Primary, ONE Life Foundation & Mooi River Farmers. 

This feeding project currently feeds in excess of 850 children daily, from Monday to Friday. Some days (depending on donations) this may be as little as two spoons of food per child. We are acutely aware of the immense need in this area and the incredible people in this community who are trying to make it better. We have therefore decided to support this project with additional donations and pledges which come our way.


120 households

Assistance in this community came to us via concerned local residents, aware that both local schools were closed and meaning that a number of children may be food insecure. We are working with both school principals, local Mooi River farmers as well as local municipality to assist as best we can.