Community outreach is an important aspect of every large company. “Social responsibility” or giving back to the community ensures that profits are ‘shared’, so as to attempt to destroy the disgusting inequality that plagues South Africa. How far does your business go in order to help its own community though? Does it realise the potential of surrounding initiatives and the lives they attempt to improve? Well, a project, which aims to eradicate the gap between Africa and Europe by raising funds for the poor, is based in The Foundy.
Breadline Africa was started by a group of volunteers, who wanted to put the concerns of the communities around them into context, so as to understand the problems that the people of Africa faced when it came to the daily basics such as food, water and shelter. Established in 1993, Breadline Africa is about the marginal people of Africa who struggle daily to survive, to make a living, to find their place in society. It is not a hopeless situation, and pledge that together we can make a difference. They aim to help communities help themselves rather handing up than handing out.
Breadline Africa has three tiers through which they, and you, can make a difference:
Projects are staffed and run by local communities, with a reasonable chance of long-term sustainability, that would struggle to find other funding.
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