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Sugar Donation Programme


The promotion of human dignity and improved quality of life of the vulnerable groups within sugarcane growing communities.

There are people who find themselves in a persistently poor circumstance, without sustainable support systems at family level to overcome problems such as homelessness, household food insecurity, mental illness, substance abuse, physical disabilities, emotional instability and unemployment.

Sugar is donated on a monthly basis to organisations implementing food security programmes for children, families and communities in chronically poor circumstances. Our involvement in this programme is motivated by the desire to help government address national priorities such as the alleviation of poverty and hunger and to contribute to its efforts to build a strong and healthy society.