Give a little love toJAM (Joint Aid Management) SA

JAM SA Foundation

Help us feed more families in need.

We're partnering with JAM SA and our customers to help feed hungry South African families. Since the start of the lockdown, JAM has continued distributing supplies of their fortified porridge to children from 3,000 early childhood development centres across the country, and has also expanded wherever possible to support those children's families with essential food parcels — but they can't make it without more financial help. They're aiming to provide food for around 450,000 vulnerable South Africans, and have extended their projects to address the more recent food shortages in KZN and Gauteng, in the wake of the looting.

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Breakfast Porridge

A child's breakfast for a day

R3.00 each

Total: R0.00


Monthly Porridge

A child's weekday breakfast for a month

R50.00 each

Total: R0.00


School Covid Kits

Contribute towards sanitiser and PPE for schools to run safely

R100.00 each

Total: R0.00


Monthly Groceries

Groceries and hand sanitiser for a family of four for a month

R450.00 each

Total: R0.00

Or donate your own amount

Note: Enter only the number without decimals, e.g. 50.

About JAM

JAM (Joint Aid Management) has been tackling malnutrition in South Africa for 15 years, and before the lockdown began they were feeding breakfast to 120,000 children every school day, through 3,000 Early Childhood Development centres across the country. One bowl of their own-formulation fortified porridge provides a child with roughly 75% of their daily macro- and micro-nutrient requirements, giving them the full tummy needed for growing, learning and play.

JAM SA ECD School Covid Kits needed

Help JAM reopen schools safely

Most Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres have had to re-open without the "readiness kits" that the Department of Social Development requires them to have. These include masks for staff, sanitiser, a thermometer, and other similar items. Affording the kits is beyond the means of many ECD centre employees, who have gone unpaid for much of the past year - but operating without them means a higher risk of Covid transmission in the schools, and a chance of them being shut down, leaving young children without daytime care. Your contributions towards the kits can help give children a safe space to learn.

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