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The daily struggle of finding the next meal has become a harsh reality for the destitute. Help us bring some relief to them. 

While the City if Cape Town experiences one of it's coldest winters, our teams are regularly found on the ground packaging, and delivering crucial winter essential packs which include; a blanket, scarf, beanie and a warm meal to the homeless and needy citizens in informal settlements who are braving the icy weather conditions on a daily basis. 

Your contribution can warm a soul!

Through your generous participation in our Qurbani Project 2020 where more than 7000 of the most deserving recipients received hearty meals in 12 communities across the Western Cape.


After the announcement by President Cyrill Ramaphosa of a Nationwide Lockdown in March, team Fusion has managed to feed over 120 000 people with food hampers, food distributions and through supporting community based kitchens in some of Cape Town's most impoverished communities including; Manenberg, Hanover Park, Phillipi East, Mitchell's Plain, Heideveld, Bonteheuwel, Atlantis and as far as Klapmuts and Stellenbosch.

Save lives by donating today!

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Fifsa has embarked on a Schools Road Show, creating awareness and sharing 2 core messages:

1) Covid19 safety

2) WCED mantra of "Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve"


In addition to a motivational message we also share a meal and gift the kids with much needed PPE.


Get involved today to ensure that we can reach more 


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Meet Beyonce, a 19 year old from Manenberg. This young lady is responsible for a home and cares for her 4 other younger siblings.

"I live with 4 children I have to look after"

2020 started out with so much excitement for Beyonce and her family as she prepared for her grade 12 year, the year very turned sad as her mother passed away due to serious illness. A month later her grandmother, their pillar of strength, also passed away leaving the 5 children to fend for themselves.

"I couldn't focus at school (Matric '20) because I was worried about her lying sick at home"

Beyonce's attendance at school suffered as a result of needing to look after her ill mother as well as 4 younger kids. 

When asked about the biggest challenge she faces in running a household, she replied
"Going to other people's houses, asking for something to make a pot of food"

Beyonce was now forced to leave school and look after the other kids.

The Fusion Inyameko Foundation SA is supporting Beyonce and other child headed home to bring relief to some of the most vulnerable children.

Sponsor Beyonce or other kids in similar situations for only R950 per month and make a positive impact in their lives.