To date we have helped over eight families, five students and one Soup Kitchen that caters for over fifty community members. Visit our Social Media pages for more information on the projects we have done, the media shared and testimonials from our beneficiaries. The below blogs provide a summary of few projects done.

Project 1: 14/08/2021

Project Manager: Mduduzi Msibi

Description: Delivering food vouchers to the Motaung and Sokhela families, both families are from Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Both families received food vouchers to the value of R1000 each and assistance with seeds, manure and tools to start their own food gardens.

Family 1: Bandile Sokhela was identified through a social worker. She is a teenage rape victim who had previously been abducted and molested over a course of 5 days. She resides with her mother, siblings, aunt, and an uncle. Her mother suffers from a mental condition and is therefore unable to care for her children. The children's grant was suspended due to mismanagement by the aunt. The uncle was then identified by the social worker as suitable to receive the food voucher on behalf of Bandile and her family. The uncle is employed at a local shop and through that, he is able to care for the family.

Family 2: Mrs. Mmamotshabi Motaung was also identified through the social worker. She is an unemployed single parent who suffers from sugar diabetes. She is a mother of 2 children, her eldest son is in matric. The family survives solely on child grants. Their living conditions are quiet appalling, the structure of their home is in a really bad condition. Food often becomes a challenge to the extent that she sometimes has to take meds on an empty stomach, endangering her life.

Project 2: 06/10/2021

Project manager: Sne Khumalo

Description: Providing Groceries and school transportation for a family in need in rural KwaMaphumulo, Stanger, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.

Lungile Mtambo is a 28  years old,  unemployed mother of 3 children. The family lives in a dilapidated 2 roomed house. She often struggled to ensure her children are well fed. Her oldest is in high school and often does not have taxi fare to get to school. Vhuthu Culture donated groceries and other household needs to the value of R1000 and also paid for the eldest child's scholar transport fees. Due to lack of land, she was not able to be included in our vegetable targets program