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Do Your Bit to Help the Flood Victims in and around Cape Town
City's Disaster Risk Management Centre Calls for donations to help those that have been affected by the recent floods
Winter has hit Cape Town and hard. Adverse weather conditions have spelt disaster for the Cape Town’s poorest residents as their homes attempt to withstand the storms.
The City of Cape Town’s Disaster Risk Management Centre has made an appeal for contributions to be made to help those affected by heavy rain fall and flooding in the Cape Town area.
The City of Cape Town has identified a growing need for humanitarian aid for those worst hit by the current heavy rain and low temperatures and have asked that donations be made to charitable organisations in Cape Town.
A list of disaster relief agencies can be found on the City’s website under Disaster Relief Agencies.
The City of Cape Town and these disaster relief partners have a long history of assisting the needy at such times.
Donations can be made to any of the following NGOs that are working together with the City of Cape Town and the Provincial Government of the Western Cape’s Social Development Department:
Address: 7 Transvaal Str. Paarden Island
Contact: Mr Andre Olivier
Tel: 021 511 4153 | 082 935 3353
Address: No 18 Belgravia Rd, Athlone
Contact: Ebrahim Smith
Tel: 021 633 0010 | 083 953 3231
The Salvation Army (Western Cape Division)
Address: No 85 Maynard Rd, Wynberg
Contact: Carolyn Correia/Neville Hitchcock
Tel: 021 761 8530
The South African Red Cross Society (Western Cape)
Address: 21 Broad Rd, Wynberg
Contact: Michael Jacobs/Brian Davis
Tel: 021 797 5360
South African National Zakah Fund (SANZAF)
Address: 22 Cornflower Street, Bridgetown
Contact: Abduraghmaan George
Tel: 021 638 5108
Address: 323 Mongezi Road, Section G, Khayelitsha
Contact: Thembeka Makana
Tel: 021 364 1483
The City of Cape Town has issued warnings of extreme weather conditions during the winter months. Read our article on how to reduce your flood risk and protect your property from the adverse weather and rough seas.
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