PSFA feeds impoverished families in Zoar, Klein Karoo
Posted on July 20th, 2020 by Charles Grey
Mandela Day 2020, the PSFA staff travelled to an impoverished town in the Klein Karoo called Zoar, with our main aim being to prepare and serve meals to over 1000 people. On arrival at the St Agnus Anglican Church Hall in Zoar, the PSFA staff immediately started cooking a nutritious luncheon that consisted of curry soya mince, rice, butternut and carrots. While the food was being prepared, our director, Petrina Pakoe, financial manager, Morne Goosen, logistics manager, Tanith Hamman and fundraising manager, Charles Grey together with staff from HOPE Africa, the social development programme of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, visited Zoar EC Primary and Amelienstein LB Primary to hand out educational packs, party packets, bottles of hand sanitizer, masks, shoes and socks to the learners at these schools.