The Peninsula School Feeding Association
The Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) was established in 1958 when the government at the time discontinued the national school feeding program.
Aware of the need for school feeding, the Rotary Club of Paarden Eiland (now the Rotary Club of Table Bay) called a public meeting, and the organisation was established on March 10, 1958.
PSFA is a registered non-profit organisation that addresses hunger in young learners and students attending primary, secondary and special needs schools as well as Orphaned & Vulnerable Children Centres (OVCs), Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDs) and Technical and Vocational Education and TrainingColleges (TVETS) in the Western Province.
PSFA’s main aims are to reduce short term hunger, enhance children’s ability to learn through school feeding and increase school attendance.
PSFA has to date provided over 1,7 billion nutritious meals to hungry school children across the Western Province.
PSFA is governed by a voluntary management committee that oversees the strategic and policy framework of the organisation, whilst day to day operations are managed by a full time staff complement.
Through good governance over the years, PSFA has built and maintained an investment reserve that generates interest enough to cover all operating expenses.
This means that 100% of all donations are directed exclusively to the actual cost of school feeding.
You can help PSFA by making donations using PENG COIN
Peng Coin provided a donation in the amount of R27 000 to enable PSFA to provide all the 60 learners with disabilities with daily breakfasts and lunches for an entire calendar year through their feeding program at this special school.
Mission of Alta du Toit
To prepare learners for their life’s journey taking individual challenges into account.
One of the schools that PENGCoin has sponsored through PSFA.org is Alta du Toit, a school for intellectually disabled children that provides a supportive and enriching environment where each learner’s potential is developed and the growth of each staff member is encouraged.
On January 22, The PENG Team presented Alta du Toit with a donation that will provide 60 students with 2 meals per day for an entire year.
The Donor Administrator of psfa.org.za presented PENG with a Thank You Letter .
We have also been recognized on the organizations website http://www.psfa.org.za/peng-coin-adopts-alta-du-toit-school/