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Covid Hampers 2020

A TCAT Covid-19 hunger relief program was launched at the end of July 2020 and continued for 6 months. The food parcels were distributed to Paradys, Talla, Bofulo, Rooibult, Kgalala, Modutung, Middeldeel, Morago, Gladstone, Nogaspont, Yorksford, Rietfontein, Grootdam, Klipfontein, Balaclava, Springfontein, Tweefontein, Kommisdrift, Woodbridge 2, Sediba and Seroalo Trusts. Families were rotated according to the…

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Christmas 2019

At the end of 2019, instead of food parcels, TCAT decided to spread some Christmas cheer by distributing clothing parcels to nearly 700 children aged 1 to 16. Each child received 2 sets of clothing consisting of skirts, shirts, shorts etc. They also each received a lucky packet filled with eats and treats. Shoprite Bloemfontein…

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Madiba Day Celebration 2018

TCAT joined hands with the Department of Social Development in Thaba Nchu this year to celebrate individuals who are aged 100 and above. They were assisted with the cleaning and painting of their houses and each received a blanket for the cold winter and food hamper valued at R1000 each.

Womens Day Hampers 2017

In 2017, the trust repeated its initiative from the previous year, to assist 1000 girl learners with sanitary towels for 12 months.

Womens Day Hampers 2016

1000 Hampers consisting of Sanitary Towels for a year, and roll-on were distributed to girls from the Thaba Nchu Trust areas.

School Shoe Project 2016

570 Pairs of school shoes were distributed to primary school learners in Botshabelo. In the cold winter months when many of these children go to school barefoot, this was a welcome relief for many.

Food Hampers 2015

Food parcels handed out to individuals from Thaba Nchu and Botshabelo in partnership with Shoprite.

Diba sa Thuto Creche

Official opening of the Diba sa Thuto Pre-School in F-Section West, Botshabelo.

Women’s day hampers

More than 1000 care packages distributed to girl learners at schools in the Thaba Nchu Trusts.

Drop-in Centres

Just a few pictures of what the people have been up to at the Botshabelo based Kgaugelo-ya-Sechaba Drop in Centre.

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