Feeding Scheme for September, October & November 2017

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The following food items were handed out to our 2 deserving charity organisations;

6 x 750 g coffee, 3600 tea bags, 6 kg each of peanut butter and jam, 30 kg each of dry soup mix and lentils, 60 kg Samp, 60 cans each of pilchards and baked beans all donated by Giant Hyper.

5 x 50 kg gravity beans donated by Pioneer Foods. Rev. Quinton Williams and Kyle Davids from Church of the Nazarene in Bonteheuwel accepted the food donations (top right) and Lorna Booi accepted the food donations on behalf of the Langa Baptist Church (top left).

We wish to thank our sponsors for their generosity in helping to care for the less privileged.

Feeding Scheme for July 2017

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The ECID handed out the following food items to the Church of the Nazarene in Bonteheuwel and the Langa Baptist Church; 2 x 750g coffee, 1200 tea bags, 2 kg peanut butter, 2 kg jam, 24 cans each of pilchards and baked beans, 10 kg of lentils, 10 kg dry soup mix and 20 kg samp kindly donated by Giant Hyper. 100 kg beans donated by Pioneer Foods.

Accepting on behalf of the Church of the Nazarene is Reverend Quinton Williams (top left) and for Langa Baptist Church is Cikizwa top right).

We wish to thank our sponsors for their generosity in helping to care for the less privileged.

Armco Barriers & Wooden Bollards

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The ECID wish to extend our thanks to Council for the speedy response and assistance to the problem of vehicles mounting the pavement on the corner of Evans Avenue, driving on the pavement past the SBH intersection before returning to the road.

This was a huge danger to pedestrians and this also destroyed the grass that had managed to survive. Council installed 2 Armco barriers as well as 2 wooden bollards.

The Green Initiative Award Ceremony

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The Green Initiative was formed by SM Mart Waste Management which was founded by Siyanda Dinginto with a purpose of creating jobs and minimizing waste going to the landfill and they are affiliated to Wasteplan and the Epping City Improvement District. They also run recycling programmes with schools in the township.

SM Mart’s plan is to collect recyclable materials from companies in Epping which are managed by the CID.

At no cost to the companies, the materials are then transported to Wasteplan facilities which are also based in Epping.

Recyclables are collected on a weekly/monthly basis depending on the amount, collections are outsourced to smaller business, thereby generating job creation and giving back.

The Epping CID is working with different organisations and charities around Epping namely the Langa Baptist Church, Church of Nazarene in Bonteheuwel, who both run soup kitchens as well as handing out food parcels and the Cart Horse Protection Association in Epping.

SM Mart together with the ECID, have managed to get companies to participate in the initiative namely Green Cross, Medi Post Pharmacy Illumina Lighting and Prima Toy just to name a few.

A portion of the monies generated goes to the ECID who in turn support those organisations named above.

SM Mart then award the companies with a Green Certificate which is recognised by Wasteplan and the City of Cape Town.

Photo: from left David Plato from Green Cross, Cllr Charles Esau, Lizette Johnstone (ECID), Andy Kurz from Illumina Lighting, Siyanda Dinginto from SM MART and Timothy Isaacs from Medi Post Pharmacy.

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