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Absa Bank of South Africa
Fred and Martie’s Soup Kitchen
your due consideration and support to this project will be highly appreciated.
Thank you and God bless
Paying by debit order is a simple and reliable way of making sure you keep up to date with your repayments. You’ll never miss a payment and will be able to manage your budget better.
The benefits of using a debit order
It provides you with a payment history, making it easier to track and trace payments
It removes the stress of having to remember to make a manual payment
It lowers the likelihood that you will miss or skip a payment
It ensures that the payment is made on the correct day of every month
SIMPLY CHOOSE AN AMOUNT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SPONSOR FOR A CHILD EACH MONTH AND SUBMIT THIS WITH OUR BANKING DETAILS AT YOUR NEAREST BRANCH
We are a registered and compliant NPO who are able to issue you with an IT18A Certificate
WE WELCOME YOUR DONATION
SPONSOR A SINGLE PARENT AND THEIR CHILDREN FOR ONLY R500
Did you know..... HUNGER is top on the list of the worlds top ten health risks. It kills more people every year than AIDS, Malaria and tuberculosis combined!
SUPPORTING A CHILD IS SAVING A LIFE...
Many people underestimate the day-to-day struggles of those who are age 65 and over, their struggles to make ends meet and have a decent quality of life. The elderly folk who are often forgotten by their children and family.
The poor carry the burden of poverty in ways we seldom understand. Poverty is one of the most misunderstood labels that gets slapped onto individuals without their approval — cast upon them simultaneously by both unseen and more visible forces of society.
At Fred and Martie’s Soup Kitchen we are dealing with elderly living in poverty every day. One sure thing that we see every day is that poverty can be a life-crushing force. Poverty is a word loaded with preconceived notions, common misperceptions and seemingly innocuous assumptions. What the word does not do is delve below its surface meaning, into the reality of poverty — a world that no one wants to live in… Less fortunate folk who is carrying a shade of poverty in their hearts. Folk that doesn’t live life, they don’t thrive — they survive.
You can adopt for a small donation of
R 50-00 - R 300-00
It is always good to be reminded of the following –
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. ~ Winston Churchill
Start Sponsoring a Child Today!
How many hungry people are there in the world and where do most of them live? What effect does it have on their minds, body and soul?
Approximately 925 million people in the world do not eat enough to be healthy. That means that one in every seven people on Earth goes to bed hungry each night.
One third of the world’s hungry people–some 308 million people are from Africa.
Hunger is number one on the list of the world’s top 10 health risks. It kills more people every year than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.
A third of all deaths in children under the age of five in poor areas are linked to malnutrition.
Your tax-deductible contribution of just R125.00 or less per month can save a less fortunate child’s live!
Your support provides:
•Mentoring to help children discover their incredible value as God’s children
•Most important of all, your sponsored child will hear about Jesus Christ and be encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God.
When you sponsor a child, you'll receive your child's photo and a personal thank you letter via e-mail.
The joy children feel is indescribable. Just knowing that someone cares changes their world!
While on the surface poverty is often defined as a lack of income or assets, in the day-to-day lives of the very poor, poverty becomes a network of disadvantages, each one exacerbating the others
lack access to education
Lack of good nutrition
Children and Elderly are the most vulnerable to systems of political and economic oppression and they are powerless to improve their circumstances. These conditions often carry with them dysfunctional family and societal relationships, low self-esteem, and spiritual darkness.
Poverty is a lack of hope.