The feeding of more than 4 000 children through the e'Pap feeding initiative in the Garden Route region continues as a transport company, Taxi Trucks, generously offered to transport the e'Pap porridge from Johannesburg to Plettenberg Bay and Knysna, free of charge.
"One of the biggest expenses is the cost of transporting the e'Pap from Johannesburg to Plettenberg Bay and Knysna," said Peter Godsell of the e'Pap management committee.
He added, "The transport costs have risen steadily over the last nine years, to the point that the feeding project could no longer increase the number of children being fed.
"Taxi Trucks came to the rescue by donating the entire cost of transport. This is a very large and generous contribution as over the year more than 24 000kg need to be trucked from Gauteng to the Garden Route," explained an elated Godsell.
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