Here’s How You Can Help Those Affected by Xenophobia.

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With all the recent disturbing Xenophobic/Afrophobic attacks happening in South Africa, we at Social SA have decided to take part in the Stop Xenophobiainitiatives. We would really appreciate it if you can join us and help take a stand against Xenophobia by getting involved in donating to the refugee camps or by giving a helping hand where you can, prayers will be greatly appreciated too.

We have pulled some information together about all the different initiatives taking place to make it easier for you to find out how you can help. Lets join forces and STOP #Xenophobia – I am African before I am South African.

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1.Gift of the Givers:provides cooked meals, cereals, baby food, bottled water, plastic buckets, nappies, blankets, personal hygiene items, disinfectants and clothes to the refugees. You can assist by donating floor sheeting or mats for the tents, blankets and linen, clothing and shoes, towels, plastic utensils, sanitary pads and baby nappies, toilet rolls, refuse bags, 20-litre buckets, tinned food such as tuna, beans and jam, toothpaste, soap and deodorant.

Contact details for donations: 0800 786 911 FREE – for cash donations call:011 791 0774.

2.Douglasdale CPF and SAPS: Disaster management team are looking for donations of clothing for men, women, children and babies as well as bedding, blankets, food – tins, pap or preservatives and any other items that could be of use.

Contact details for donations: Olivedale: Danielle 084-409-4196/Lonehill: Freda 084-315-7281/Fourways: Charmaine: 073-951-1918

3.Primrose Methodist Church: In need of blankets and linen, clothing and shoes, towels, plastic utensils, sanitary pads and baby nappies, toilet rolls all donations accepted.

Contact details for donations (011 828 7126)

4. Primrose Police Station: Assistance with serving lunch tomorrow, Saturday 18 April.

5. African Diaspora Forum: In need of sanitary pads, blankets, groceries, reading material, toiletries, food packages as well as any organization that has an available bus for them to transport some of those items to Durban. Cash donations also welcome.

Contact details for donations: (Corner 24 Rockey and Raymond Streets / 011 487 0269)

6. Lead SA: Join us as we stand together in a show of support for those who have been affected by Xenophobia. Tuesday 21 April at 19:00-21:00, Constitutional Hill.

7. Park Meadows Food Lovers Market: Monday 20 April at 14:00 donations needed anything from sanitary pads, blankets, groceries,clothes and toiletries.

Contact details for donations: leratomatsoso@gmail.com

8. Red Cross: You can drop donations off at the Red Cross Provincial Office Branch: 201 Kenneth Kaunda Drive, Durban North.

Please kindly contact Deshika Daya or Zukiswa Dzatsima on 031 563 2914 or email:kznfundraising@redcross.org.za.

Bank: Standard Bank
Account Name: SA Red Cross Society Durban
Account Number: 051482142
Branch: Rosetta Road, Morningside
Universal Branch Code: 051001

9. Democracy Development Program:
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Windermere
Branch number: 042726
Account Name: Democracy Development Program
Account Number: 0508 474 81
Account type: current account
Reference: your name/refugee fund

Or call Niketa at 031 304 9305

10. Council Of KZN JEWRY (CKNJ) 
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Kingsmead
Branch Code: 040026
Account Number: 051438801
Reference: Your name/ xenophobia.

Please email payment confirmation to cknj@djc.co.za

If you know of any other initiatives please let us know and we will add them to the list.

 

 

 

 

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