PSFA presents St. Michael’s Primary with a new kitchen
Posted on February 3rd, 2022 by Charles Grey
Thanks to a generous donation made by The MacFarlane Family Foundation, PSFA was able to present St Michael’s Primary in Khayelitsha, with a new kitchen at a special ceremony held at the school today. This is the 128th kitchen that PSFA has handed over to a school in its 64 years of existence.
After our director, Petrina Pakoe cut the ceremonial ribbon at the entrance to the kitchen and handed over the keys to Benedicta Ngalwa, the Principal of St Michael’s Primary, the Bishop of the Anglican Church Of Southern Africa Diocese Of False Bay, Right Reverend Margaret Vertue and her fellow clergymen, blessed the kitchen – this was a very special moment.
After the blessing, the St Michael’s Primary School choir sang a selection of beautiful songs of celebration and gratitude.
St Michael’s Primary is a private school that is owned by the Anglican Church. The school joined PSFA’s feeding programme in May 2012. PSFA provides 350 learners at this school with daily breakfasts and lunches.
A big thank you to our fantastic infrastructure partner, Breadline Africa for managing this project on our behalf.