Add Hope Beneficiaries
Add Hope has taken a partnership approach to ensure that every R2 donation reaches children in the most effective way, supporting sustainable feeding programmes at a growing list of beneficiary organisations.
These organisations include childhood development organisations, children’s homes and school feeding programmes are added every year.
We currently support more than 140 non – profit organisations and provide more than 30 million meals a year and each day, 150 000 underprivileged children go to bed with full tummies thanks to Add Hope.
Add Hope funds are dedicated for feeding children from birth to 18, including feeding at Early Childhood Development Centres, schools and soup kitchens, as well as food parcels that are sent out to families.
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Afrika Tikkun is dedicated to investing in education, health and social services for children, youth and their families through its community Centres of Excellence and strategic partnerships. Many of the children that participate in Afrika Tikkun's core programmes have limited access to food. Afrika Tikkun along with the assistance of Add Hope provide these children with daily meals and where required weekend food parcels, emergency relief and school lunch boxes.http://www.afrikatikkun.org/?gclid=CjwKEAiA3qXBBRD4_b_V7ZLFsX4SJAB0AtEVIZPxPZTTboMgmpwD3Ptm2ARPB1v1zwOIu-Q7IeSYahoCQpXw_wcB
Girls & Boys Town
Girls & Boys town focuses on the individual needs of youth in family homes and youth development centres, by implementing nationally researched, standardised and specialised child & youth care programmes. Girls and boys towns also looks to improve the healthy development of youth in the broader community through schooling, nutritional meals for development and growth and creating a home environment.http://www.gbtown.org.za
Africa Food For Thought
Africa Food for thought is a non-profit organisation, run by volunteers, focused on helping vulnerable children with nutrition for just over ten years. Africa Food for Thought's mission statement is 'Feeding Children. Bringing Hope.' Add Hope funds the feeding for 16309 children at early childhood development creches and schools in Roodeport and 140 monthly food parcels for families in need in the surrounding area.http://afft.org.za/
Hope Worldwide is an organisation providing care and support programmes for orphaned and vulnerable children with a focus on early childhood development creches and youth clubs around South Africa. Add Hope supports the feeding of 8040 children who receive meals daily thorough Hope Worldwide and this makes a sustainable difference in the growth of the children.https://www.hopeww.org/
1000 Hills Community Centre
1000 Hills Community Centre in KwaZulu-Natal is dedicated to helping the people of Inchanga, Fredville and the surrounding areas. Their aim is to alleviate the suffering of the elderly and children in distress through their health and wellness clinic, children's infirmary, feeding scheme and creche all on site. Add Hope fully funds the feeding scheme at this centre by feeding a breakfast and a lunch to 1794 people including children and the elderly.
Joint Aid Management (JAM)
JAM (Joint Aid Management) is a non-profit organisation which works to empower Africans to create better lives for themselves. JAM provides nutrient-rich meals to children in school feeding programmes to improve the well-being of each child, while promoting and enhancing school attendance and education. Add Hope funds the JAM feeding programme and this allows them to feed 65850 children across SA who get a breakfast daily.HTTP://WWW.JAMSA.CO.ZA
Jo'Burg Child Welfare
Johannesburg Child Welfare has a vision of a society where children can grow strong, safe and happy, where parents and caregivers can create the best possible family setting, so that no child suffers. KFC Add Hope has funded JCW for the last 4 years and feeds 800 children in 5 centres daily.HTTP://JHBCHILDWELFARE.CO.ZA/
The Johannesburg Parent and Child Counselling Centre
The Johannesburg Parent and Child Counselling Centre (JPCC) is a counselling, training and development organisation which provides short to long-term therapy for adolescents, families and play therapy for children. KFC Add Hope funds feeding of 575 children through food parcels, ecd's and supporting services which JPCC offers.HTTP://WWW.JPCCC.ORG.ZA/
Lebone Village us a non-profit organisation situated just outside Bloemfontein and is dedicated to bringing hope, dignity and support by providing holistic care to all vulnerable children and their families. Add Hope supports Lebone in providing 3 meals a day to the 74 children who live at Leone house, attend the school and afterschool programme. As well as this, Add Hope helps to feed children who come to Lebone after school for assistance and provide families with food parcels benefitting a total of 1550 children.HTTP://WWW.LEBONEVILLAGE.COM/
MES is a non-profit organisation focusing on empowering people in the inner city to live independent, sustainable and meaningful lives. They focus on educational and skills development programmes to assist with those that need help living in the city. Add Hope funds meals for 4530 children through cr�ches and after school programmes.HTTP://WWW.MES.ORG.ZA/
SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages have been in South Africa for over 30 years caring for children who are orphaned and abandoned placing them in a supportive village environment with a mother, brothers and sisters and the involvement of the surrounding community. Add Hope feeds all children in the 8 villages in South Africa and each child receives 3 meals a day along with the support of the community to ensure these children can shape their futures.https://www.sossouthafrica.org.za/ways-to-give/
Your R2 fills children with hope, so they can learn, grow and thrive.
How to Apply for Add Hope Funding
The distribution of Add Hope funds, consisting of KFC Donations as well as R2 donations from our customers, is carefully administered by the KFC Social Responsibility Trust. We are currently considering applications for new beneficiary organization partners.
Any applicant must be a registered Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) in operation for a minimum of two years offering a sustainable feeding programme for children from ages 0 and 18. Funding is provided for a 12 month period and organisations can re-apply for funding annually.
Application for funding are closed.
About the Trust
The KFC Social Responsibility Trust was started in 1992. It’s run as a separate Public Benefit Organisation and is registered and managed by a Board of Trustees.
For more information contact:
KFC Social Responsibility Trust
KFC PTY (Ltd)
Knightsbridge, Block G
33 Sloane Street
P.O. Box 71105