See who has been caring for the Springs community this week

See who has been caring for the Springs community this week 111 Download the Pixzar app. Scan the photo to read the story. #fcedinatheneed The following companies and organisations have made donations this week to help families who are battling to put food on the table. See the full stories online at www. Boxer Hunger Relief Programme The Boxer Hunger Relief Programme to provides nutritious meals to needy families. Through its 300 stores, the retailer donates food to non profit organisations who are able to collect fully packed food parcels and deliver them to families in need. Shoppers can also get involved in a few ways you can buy products, for yourself, from a range of list products and Boxer will donate 10c per item, you can donate money to be used for food packs or you can buy and donate items in store. These options are over and above Boxers’ monthly donations. Rise Up Kasi feeding scheme Initiated by MCG Projects non profit organisation, in partnership with Divine House of Grace International, they donated 70 food parcels to needy families in Langaville Extension Eight last Tuesday. This is part of their campaign, No Family Hungry Drive, to provide a meal a day to 125 households. Founder and organiser of the MCG Projects Mandla Gininda says: “Since we started the initiative, we have donated food to over 400 families. “We have partnered with local churches so we reach more people.” Pick n Pay at Springsgate Pick n Pay Springsgate is making food donations to needy people. Shoppers can donate food, including bread and cereals, while shopping. Pick n Pay will then double the donation by adding their own groceries. Customers can purchase a hamper for R200. Hampers will be distributed by ward councillors.