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Ndinani Garden Project

In 2014 the Ndinani Garden project was started in the rural areas of Port Alfred. Minet “Rastar ” Nojoko is on a mission to help poor township people put food on the table by giving them free seeds and advice on how to grow vegetables. Instead of sitting around waiting for handouts, Rastar started a community garden project to try and help himself and other struggling households in Nelson Mandela Township (Nemato) to survive. Even though the Ndinani Garden Project does not have any sponsorship, this has not stopped Nojoko from helping 50 poor households grow their own food to eat or sell. “I walk around asking people for donations to buy seeds and equipment,” he explained. “It is very difficult. Some people give you 50c and some give you R50.” What he lacks in funding is overshadowed by Nojoko’s enthusiasm as he regularly pounds the pavement in Port Alfred and makes the haul to Grahamstown for the National Arts Festival to try and raise funds for the project.

Statistics

Donations to date

R 1 040.05

Fundraising target

R 10 000.00

Donor Messages

Pure Good Food
Good luck Rastar, I hope this project rolls out quickly so you can help so many more people in the community. Proud to support you and the good work you are doing!
Laura
Good luck with the project!

Activity feed

Pure Good Food donated R 514 to Ndinani Garden Project via Ndinani Garden Project
10 Aug 2019 R 514
Laura donated USD $ 37 to Ndinani Garden Project via Ndinani Garden Project
26 Jul 2019 USD 37
Shannon Smuts has created a new project Ndinani Garden Project
17 Jul 2019