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BACKGROUND

HOPE FOR WINTER was launched 18 years ago, aiming to encourage the public to collect winter essentials for the less fortunate during the cold winter months. The project has gained nationwide following and support from the public, local business and especially the media. Some of the organisations involved in the HOPE FOR WINTER campaign are; PEN (PTA), MES (JNB, CPT, PE and Kempton Park), lsinkwa Setheku (KwaZulu-Natal) and Towers of Hope (Bloemfontein). 

HOW DOES THE CAMPAIGN WORK?

A National campaign is launched every year to invite the public to make a tangible difference in the lives of people and their communities unable to afford the basics needed to survive harsh winter conditions. The campaign starts on 1 June every year and South-Africans are encouraged to collect winter essentials such as jackets, scarfs, non-perishable food products and other items that may be used to minimise the adverse effects of winter. The public can drop these items off at any of the almost 140  collection points nationally.

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HOW ARE THE FUNDS UTILISED?

Funds raised during the campaign will be distributed among the four main beneficiaries/ partners to support the services they render to the communities they serve. All goods collected are distributed to those in need within the areas where the goods are collected.

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AGTERGROND

WINTERHOOP is 18 jaar gelede op die been gebring, met die doel om die publiek aan te moedig om noodsaaklike benodigdhede vir die koue wintermaande, vir minder bevoorregtes in te samel. Die projek het oor die afgelope paar jaar landswyd aansienlike aanhang en ondersteuning van die publiek, plaaslike besighede en die media ontvang. 'n Paar van die organisasies wat by die WINTERHOOP‑veldtog betrokke is, is PEN (Pretoria), MES (Johannesburg, Kaapstad, Port Elizabeth en Kempton Park), lsinkwa Setheku (KwaZulu‑Natal) en Torings van Hoop (Bloemfontein). 

HOE WERK WINTERHOOP?

'n Landswye veldtog word jaarliks onderneem, waartydens die publiek genooi word om 'n tasbare verskil te maak in die lewens en gemeenskappe van mense wat nie die basiese benodigdhede kan bekostig om in die strawwe wintersomstandighede te oorleef nie. Die veldtog begin elke jaar op 1 Junie en Suid‑Afrikaners word aangemoedig om noodsaaklike middele in te samel, soos jasse, serpe, nie-bederfbare kosprodukte en enige ander item wat gebruik kan word om die erge wintersomstandighede die hoof te bied. Die publiek kan hierdie items  by enige van die amper 140 aflaaipunte landswyd aflaai.

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HOE WORD FONDSE GEBRUIK?

Fondse wat met die veldtog ingesamel word, word verdeel tussen die vier hooforganisasies om hulle werk in die gemeenskappe waaraan hulle diens lewer, te ondersteun. Alles wat ingesamel word, word aan behoeftiges in die omgewing waar dit ingesamel is, uitgedeel.


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News / Nuus

  • Hope for Winter campaign ends on 30 June JOHANNESBURG – Cities across South Africa opened their hearts to Hope for Winter in June. As the annual charity drive enters its final week, members of the public are reminded that ...
    Posted Jun 24, 2018, 11:29 PM by Mes Hillbrow
  • Youth Day in the Free State This coming Saturday, as part of the Hope for Winter programme, Towers of Hope is going to teach people how to make "street-sleeping bags".  We start the morning with ...
    Posted Jun 15, 2018, 2:09 AM by Mes Hillbrow
  • Hope for Winter: A Cape Town story of hope Vumza is a 40 year old, unemployed male, staying with his girlfriend in Khayelitsha. Vumza was referred to MES by the local church to take part in the job rehabilitation ...
    Posted Jun 12, 2018, 12:27 PM by Mes Hillbrow
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