howtohelpHere are ways you can help during this current crisis:

CCK/ KCAN FOOD PARCEL PROGRAMME

IIn urgent response to the growing food insecurity within Kenilworth, we have partnered with KCAN (Kenilworth Community Action Network) in the initiation of a food parcel programme. Food parcels are delivered to food vulnerable families every Saturday. Please bring food items (list here) to Callow House either Wednesday or Saturday mornings between 9am and 12noon.  If you would prefer to send a cash donation, email taniahass@zsd.co.za for the KCAN bank details.  If you wish to be involved with packing and delivering, email yvonne@cck.org.za


LOVING OUR NEIGHBOUR FOOD VOUCHER PROGRAMME
This is a Parish campaign to assist those in need (from within and beyond the Parish) with food vouchers. Open the following link for more information.

MERCY AND REFUGEE FUND
This fund helps support our fellow congregants in particular need. We welcome contributions to this fund so that we can help as many in our church as may need it.  Donations can be made into the church bank account as follows:

 

Bank:                 Standard Bank

Branch:             Claremont

Branch:             025109

Account:           Christ Church, St John’s Parish

Account No:     071 883 924

Swift Code:       SBZAZAJJ

Ref:                    Mercy Fund   

 

  • Please consider donating to our partner organisations during this time:

  1. U-Turn (working with the homeless)

  2. Bettaway Community Church in Delft

  3. The Warehouse - Respond (Disaster relief via The Warehouse)

  4. Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) Foodbasket Campaign

 

Please click on the highlighted words to check their websites or Facebook pages to get more info, updates and bank details.
 

 

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Taryn Galloway, 29/04/2020

 

Christ Church Kenilworth  |  Cnr Summerley & Richmond Road  |  Tel: +27 (021) 797 6332  | E-mail: reception@cck.org.za
Service Times: Sunday Worship  8.00am, 10.00am & 6.30pm  |  Wednesday Service: 10am   | Tuesday Quiet Service: 6.30pm (fortnightly)

Taryn Galloway, 06/05/2015