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World Hunger Month

Posted on 08 November 2016

KFC’s Add Hope – now in its seventh year – has found a powerful way to unite staff and customers in the fight against hunger. Relying on the power of a R2 donation being added at KFC tills and contributions from KFC, Add Hope has raised over R263 million since inception and partners with 110 non-profit organisations to feed over 110 000 children every day across the country, helping them learn, grow and thrive..

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Adding Hope at Oosterland Youth Centre

Posted on 08 November 2016

KFC’s Add Hope – now in its seventh year – has found a powerful way to unite staff and customers in the fight against hunger.  Add Hope partners with over 110 beneficiary organisations to feed over 110 000 children every day across the country, helping them learn, grow and thrive.  With World Hunger Month coming up in October, Add Hope continues to shine a spotlight on hunger issues in South Africa and the beneficiaries it supports..

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Home of Hope for disabled children

Posted on 08 November 2016

KFC’s Add Hope – now in its seventh year – has found a powerful way to unite staff and customers in the fight against hunger.  Add Hope partners with over 110 beneficiary organisations to feed over 110 000 children every day across the country, helping them learn, grow and thrive. With World Hunger Month having kicked off in October, Add Hope continues to shine a spotlight on hunger issues in South Africa and the beneficiaries it supports ..

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Hopes and dreams at Epworth Children’s Village

Posted on 08 November 2016

KFC’s Add Hope – now in its seventh year – has found a powerful way to unite staff and customers in the fight against hunger..

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St. Monica’s Child and Youth Centre

Posted on 08 November 2016

KFC’s Add Hope – now in its seventh year – has found a powerful way to unite staff and customers in the fight against hunger. Add Hope partners with over 110 beneficiary organisations to feed over 110 000 children every day across the country, helping them learn, grow and thrive. With World Hunger Month having kicked off in October, Add Hope continues to shine a spotlight on hunger issues in South Africa and the beneficiaries it supports.  ..

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Add Hope Mandela Day Food Parcel Handover in Eikonhof

Posted on 07 September 2016

In honour of Nelson Mandela Day on the 18th of July, KFC Add Hope together with one of its 110 beneficiaries JAM SA, helped pack 1000 food parcels in just 67 minutes, for the children supported by Add Hope. KFC team members together with KFC Facebook fans joined in to show their support in celebrating a day in which all South African’s can honour making a change in the lives of others...

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Adding Hope this Mandela Day

Posted on 07 September 2016

According to research by the South African Department of Health, South Africa is one of the 34 countries adding to the 90 percent of malnourishment globally, with 34 percent of child deaths under the age of five are attributed to malnutrition in the country, every year...

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Afrika Tikkun Cooking Challenge

Posted on 07 September 2016

On Thursday 9 June, KFC team members got together to participate in a fun-filled cooking challenge, to feed over 250 children at Afrika Tikkun in Mfuleni, one of the 110 beneficiaries from KFC’s corporate social responsibility initiative, Add Hope...

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Double Up your Add Hope donation for World Hunger Day

Posted on 07 September 2016

In South Africa, more than a quarter of children under nine years old suffer stunted growth as a result of not having sufficient nutrition to enable proper brain and physical development. Further to the R300 million Add Hope has raised over the last 7 years, for this World Hunger Day, on 28th May, Add Hope has launched a Double Up campaign to raise awareness around the plight of the millions of South African children who go to bed hungry every night...

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Add Hope Celebrates Feeding 100 000 Children

Posted on 07 September 2016

A recent study by the South African Department of Health names South Africa as one of the 34 countries contributing to 90 percent of the burden of malnourishment globally. This, together with the fact that approximately..

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