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Greetings Dear Food Gardeners,

A lot has been happening in Food Gardens Foundation. 

 

Awards

Our CEO, Ms Hilda Pheto, in July won the Regional Business Achievers Award 1st prize in the Social Entrepreneur category, hosted by the Business Women Association (BWA) at The Pyramid in Johannesburg, for the excellent work she does as CEO of Food Gardens Foundation.

In August, Food Gardens Foundation was nominated for the Productivity South Africa Awards and a finalist. The event was hosted by the Gauteng Productivity Awards at the Emperors Palace in Kempton Park.Although we did not get the first prize, the recognition was worth it. 

It has been a great year for Food Gardens Foundation.

 

New FGF wear

We have launched our new range of t-shirts, caps and hats, after a long time, on the 28th September 2012.  Food Gardens Foundation had the pleasure of hosting an Environmental Awareness Spring Fashion Show Event at the Walter Sisulu Square-Freedom Square Hall.  The launch brought awareness about the environment to the adults and learners who attended the event. 

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The Jo'burg Inner city is going Green! PDF Print Email

A 1st of its kind for Food Gardens Foundation

Food Gardens Foundation is greening the Johannesburg Inner City in partnership with the Johannesburg Housing Company also known as JHC under their CSI Department called Makhulong-A-Matala. In 2009 Makhulong-A-Matala approched Food Gardens Foundation to form a partnership in greening their inner city accommodation by growing Food at the vacant spaces available at their roof tops which would then assist in keeping their environment clean by recycling garbage and saving water.  Their desire was to have Food Security reach those who are living in their flats and also to keep the tenants, especially women, busy whilst their husbands are at work.  The start of the relationship saw us implementing Food Gardens as part of the School's Holiday programme in Hlanganani Flats situated in Cosmo City and Ekhaya Flats situated in Hillbrow. 

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Danone SA - Making a difference PDF Print Email

Danone SA has done it again.

On the 18th July 2012, Mandela Day, Danone made an impact in the following communities by implementing Food Gardening projects in partnership with Food Gardens Foundation to help raise the levels of Food Security:

  1. Daveyton - Ekurhuleni
  2. Kliptown - Soweto
  3. Pimville - Soweto

In Kliptown, Pastoral creche was chosen, in Pimville, Zone 4 Progress High School was chosen and Intuthuko Creche and Motheo School in Daveyton were chosen for this project.  The Food Gardens are making a difference in life's of the children at the creches and learners in schools.  They are currently harvesting spinach from the project.

You can view some of the Pastoral creche Food Gardening project photo's by clicking on the links below.

 Pastoral Creche - Kliptown Soweto 1

 Pastoral Creche-Kliptown Soweto 2

Pastoral Creche-Kliptown Soweto 3

Pastoral Creche-Kliptown Soweto 4

Pastoral Creche-Kliptown Soweto 5

Pastoral Creche-Kliptown Soweto 6

Pastoral Creche-Kliptown Soweto 7

Pastoral Creche-Kliptown Soweto 8 

 

 
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