Food Aid Update

by | Jul 3, 2020 | Blog, COVID-19 | 1 comment

After 3 tranches of delivering food aid to Ekuphumleni during the lockdown periods, the position of the Food Aid Fund, as at 23 June is set out below. We considered various possible deserving causes on which to spend the remaining funds, but reached the conclusion that, once Covid 19 and real unemployment begin to bite in this area, a lot more food aid will be needed and most probably for a longer period.

Therefore, apart from joining the Chamber of Business in each contributing R10 000 towards the cost of hiring oxygen equipment for use by Dr Galpin, we have decided to conserve our remaining funds until we need to begin the next tranche of food aid to needy hungry people and/or they are needed for other Covid 19 related causes.


COVID-19 Expenses
6/5/2020 Mark Moses -R5,790.00
8/5/2020 SPAR Fee Electronic Payment -R7.00
27/05/2020 Mark Moses -R2,000.00
27/05/2020 Mark Moses Electronic Payment Fee -R7.00
4/6/2020 KONAHA MIKE Gratuity -R10,000.00
4/6/2020 BANELE NGANGQU Gratuity -R4,000.00
TOTAL COVID-19 Expenses -R21,804.00
COVID-19 Payments
3/4/2020 BEACHWAYS LIFESTYLE Elastic for masks -R832.00
18/04/2020 SUNSHINE COAST SPAR First Tranche -R150,000.00
8/5/2020 SUNSHINE COAST SPAR Second Tranche -R180,000.00
4/6/2020 SUNSHINE COAST SPAR Third Tranche -R118,300.00
Bush Rocs (SPAR KOSRA Account) -R17,000.00
TOTAL COVID-19 Payments -R466,132.00
BALANCE AVAILABLE  R108,899,40            

1 Comment

  1. On behalf of the COASTAL KINDNESS TEAM we would like to thank KOSRA and COB for their generous donation.

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