US$8,132.00Donated So Far
The TASK soup kitchen, short for Twaloloka Aid Support and Kindness, is located in Walvis Bay, Namibia. Many small children live here, and they depend on your kindness and generosity.
TASK was founded by Toya Louw and friends in April 2020 to deal with the immediate effects of the Corona shutdown, when many people lost their jobs and their ability to take care of their children. Namibia does not have a social security system, and losing a job means hunger for the whole family and dependants. Within a few days, Toya Louw and her friends put together a team of dedicated home cooks and community distributors who would go out to Twaloloka a few times every week and make sure that all children would get a warm meal.
A few weeks later, the already poor area burnt to the ground, and hundreds of people lost their homes and belongings overnight. Almost a year later, many Twaloloka residents still live in tents, and many children are on their own during the day, when their parents and caretakers go to work.
TASK takes care of those children. Three times a week, Toya and her amazing team prepare big pots of nutritious and delicious warm soup, and they make sure that hundreds of kids get a proper meal in their bellies. They don't need much - they need US500 per week to feed hundreds of young children three times per week.
Please help, every dollar makes a difference.
- Katja Dreyer
TASK soup kitchen UPDATEUpdate posted by Toya Louw at 01:06 pm
Hi Everyone out there !!! It has been a while and we are still GOING STRONG for those of you are wondering or who don't have the time to follow us on Facebook or Instagram ? Believe it or not we HAVE NOT stopped feeding yet we are still going. . . . .
Great week so far !Update posted by Toya Louw at 10:21 am
This is Monday and Wednesday feeding sessions , Friday is happening tomorrow.We bought a new fridge as you can see and gosh what a difference it has made to our kitchen. This project is not only about feeding the children but it's also about spending time with these amazing kids. . . . .
2022 A new year has begun for TASKUpdate posted by Toya Louw at 11:47 am
Happy New Year from TASK Hugest amount of THANKS to our donors and for all the LOVE that's been put into this project since we started in March 2020 since the first lockdown , it is still absolutely unbelievable that we have been able to continue feeding these beautiful children. . . . .
Little Girl who fetches food her name is "Rejoice"Update posted by Toya Louw at 04:07 pm
Rejoice lives just around the corner and comes to fetch her bowl of food religiously every Monday , Wednesday and Friday , you've seen her before in her pink dress and yellow dress ! she's very cute and gets served first !Thank you to someone who donated US$250 today and
1 December 2021 - Poor communities can't afford food anymoreUpdate posted by Toya Louw at 03:54 pm
This was today 1st December and the amount of kids coming for food is increasing at every single feeding , I don't see our poor communities being able to afford food in the near future especially with the rise in fuel of 38 % this year and in food prices
TASK soup kitchen UPDATEUpdate posted by Toya Louw at 11:12 am
THANK YOU SO MUCH !! we have passed the U$5000.00 mark since this campaign started at the end of May we have raised US$5000 which is amazing thank you so much to those of you who have helped us to continue feeding the children here in Walvisbay in Narraville and. . . . .
Happy Friday 15th October for the children today at TASKUpdate posted by Toya Louw at 02:53 pm
We are having howling South westerly winds here around 40knots today so it was so dusty and windy when I went out at lunch time to feed the kids , but I tell you nothing worries these children ! they are so tough and its the best part of their. . . . .
30 September 2021 - 18 Months of feeding our children !!!Update posted by Toya Louw at 12:28 pm
TASK is proud to announce that we have been feeding the children here in Walvisbay , Namibia for 18 months ! It was so busy again yesterday ( always more busy at the end of the month ) we handed out another 100 litres of food and 440 slices of. . . . .
Beautiful Namibian girl always smiling - Monday 13th September 2021Update posted by Toya Louw at 02:52 pm
This beautiful girl is always smiling and always with us three x a week to collect food with her little sister. Todays menu was Chicken with macaroni , butternut , carrots , onions , garlic and fresh bread from our local Portuguese Market ... lots of kids today and all
Friday 10th September 2021 - Happiness results from what we give not from what we getUpdate posted by Toya Louw at 02:43 pm
Today was so special I finally got to pick up this shy little boy who came along to fetch his food ! His t-shirt said " I always get away with trouble " isn't he the cutest ? I'm in love with so many of the kids , they get. . . . .