Shiloh Food General
From a processing base in Brackenfell, Cape Town, food reaches needy people at 67 locations in the informal settlements of Cape Town. A huge number of meals -- average 60,000 per month - are prepared and distributed.
Twenty-five soup kitchens and some other local food providing outlets receive the meals and allocate them to those in need.
The office and administrative staff for the feeding programme are located at 6 Dirkie Uys street, Protea Heights Brackenfell. The 'Shiloh Food' kitchen have a permanent workforce of six cooks and a collection and delivery driver.
Extra staff are employed for DSD contracts. The MOD project and Pebbles project.
Raw food is received free on a daily basis from participating farmers and shops. There are four industrial freezing rooms, a cooler room, six 220-litre cookers and the oversized utensils essential for processing vegetables, meat and rice in large quantities. A strict standard of nutrition and food hygiene is maintained. Cooked food is stored in the form of frozen blocks of stew that can be transported, stored and re-heated at the point of allocation.
For more info contact Estelle veldman our MD cell: 084-373 7482 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org@shiloh.org.za
The food is not only nutritious and filling for people who are hungry and often in ill-health, it is enjoyable and adds variety to their overall diet. The food supplement programme enables Shiloh's upliftment and evangelical programmes to focus on their ministries knowing that the hungry in their midst receive provision.