Building the bridge between business and community

Generating income from the Township Vegetable Tunnels

Generating income from the Township Vegetable Tunnels

It was a good winter season in the township vegetable tunnels. Beneficiaries were able to harvest vegetables for their own households and also managed to sell some of the vegetables for income. Some beneficiaries have more than one vegetable tunnel which they utilize for generating income. Spoudazo’s support over the past few years, have enabled these individuals to secure relationships with local businesses to buy their vegetable crops. ... Continue Reading »

Bloemshelter is more than a home

Bloemshelter is more than a home

Bloemshelter care for the vulnerable, homeless, abused and disabled members of our community, enabling personal livelihoods by providing housing, nutrition, counselling, training and personal development opportunities. During the past term, Bloem shelter initiated classes to equip women on business skills. After completion of the classes, each woman receives a certificate which will better their chances for future employment. The annual mark ... Continue Reading »

The currency of giving: Beudene Daycare for Disabled

The currency of giving: Beudene Daycare for Disabled

In today’s economic climate, where people are strapped for cash and feeling the need to hold onto everything, we at Spoudazo are witnessing true examples of people overcoming these realities. At Beudene Day-care for Disabled, catering for every day needs can be overwhelming – especially with such a huge and vulnerable community to be accountable for. Their approach is yet always one of giving rather than receiving. Their kindness, unconditiona ... Continue Reading »

Raubex: Vegetable Tunnels

Raubex: Vegetable Tunnels

During the past term Raubex Pty Ltd once again showed their support to local communities by providing five more vegetable tunnels to individuals in the Wepener area. The structures were set-up, whilst planting and training took place during April. The crops are looking good and the families are already harvesting vegetables. The crops in all the sponsored tunnel structures in the communities of Mangaung, as well, are looking good. It is such a ... Continue Reading »

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