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What we do

The kindness like confetti team addresses the most recurring problems faced by our local communities; the shortage of food, childcare assistance, reprieve from the cold in winter, trauma relief and equal treatment of women. Our goal is to provide assistance in these areas and significantly improve the quality of life and sense of hope in our communities

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The Pad Princess

The Pad Princess collects and distributes all types of sanitary products with the aim of keeping girls in school.

We rely on sanitary pads being donated by individuals, and a distribution centre provides their shop-soiled products which we check, sort and repackage.

We distribute these sanitary products through other organisations working on the ground in the informal settlements, and disadvantaged areas. We also do our own school distribution and combine it with educational upliftment talks.

The Pad Princess also supplies pads for the Dignity Bags for raped or abused women, and maternity pads for new mothers. These are given out in maternity wards at government hospitals.

4,9630 pads , 146kg panty liners and 3086 tampons were donated during 2019

= 4963 girls kept in school for 1 month

Project Uplift

Working in collaboration with ZABRA - AfreeBra initiative and The Hakuna Matata House where we do re-cycling of a different kind.

The Project Uplift volunteers collect pre-owned and new bras and panties for women in South Africa who can't afford their own.

We work closely with organisations who identify situations where women can benefit from receiving bras and underwear free of charge.

The demand for this is bigger than anyone ever expected.

13,436 Bras & 1,347 Panties

collected and distributed in 2019

S.O.U.P Kitchen

SERVING OUR UNDERPRIVILEGED PEOPLE

S.O.U.P is a volunteer run soup kitchen in Linden, serving healthy and tasty meals for people in need. We host a kitchen each week that is dedicated to feeding the homeless community of approximately 40 people. A stew, bread and a fruit is provided. On occasion we hand out blankets, soaps, socks and muffins.

We have served over 1,379 meals in 2019

S.O.U.P also provides grocery hampers to individuals and families that are struggling to make ends meet. The hampers are made up of non-perishable foods that are received from our generous donors, usually a spill over from the feeding scheme. The food bank stock varies, and more often very limited. Due to this only a few people can be assisted each month – families are then placed on a waiting list.

Joseph Jersey Project

Our dedicated team of Joseph Jersey knitters and crocheters produce amazing work throughout the year. They work on projects long before they are due. At the moment their target is 800 winter beanies for the homeless at a shelter in Rosebank, as well as ‘twiddle muffs’ for dementia patients at old age homes. Knee rugs and baby blankets are needed throughout the year.

  • 1008 beanies have been handed out to a cancer drive, homeless people, old age homes and nursery schools and children living in informal settlements.
  • 123 booties, 122 knitted teddies and 88 blankets were included in a baby hamper and given to to new moms in government hospitals (Lerotong, FER Springs and the Hillbrow Clinic).
  • 165 jerseys were given children in impoverished areas.
  • Numerous knee blankets were given to the aged.
  • Scarves and gloves were handed out at shelters for the homeless.


Dignity Bags

Our aim is to supply women who have suffered from rape, a sexual offence or trauma (or any form of abuse) with the essentials to clean themselves up after the reporting and examination process at the police stations.

The Dignity Bags comprise of items to help the victim regain some dignity after the assault. The handbags contain toiletry basics such as a new pair of panties, toothpase and toothbrush, unscented soap and face cloth, lightweigh blanket, pretty scarf and a notepadand pen, to mention a few.

Recently we have had requests to start making children's comfort bags as many kids are caught up in crimes and abuse. They are often found abandoned over weekends whilst the parents are drunk in shebeens or frequenting betting halls.

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