This disadvantaged community needs places such as the drop-in centre, to help with providing food and shelter to children, and to keep them off the streets.
The Alexandra-based organisation was established in 2001 by Salaminah Mashigo to feed children through her disability grant.
The chairperson and head of projects at the organisation, Patrick Baloyi said the organisation has been working hand in hand with private donors and the department to help give families in need something to put on the table.
Streamlight recognised the work of the compassionate and determined people at the centre, and decided to help. At the moment, Streamlight’s support ensures that the centre can feed 120 children one meal per day.
In the near future, Streamlight hopes to be able to increase this to two meals per day for each child, and also plans to eventually help the centre to provide infrastructure that keeps children in the community off the streets, safe and comfortable.