Camps Bay High School Catering Society got together with the PR and Interact clubs to cook soup for the homeless at Haven Night Shelter in Green Point.


Cape Town, South Africa – In an on-going project to support the homeless, students from Camps Bay High School came together to cook hearty soup for the men and women at The Haven Night-Shelter in Green Point.

The group was made up by the Catering Society who cooked the food and the PR Team and Interact served the food to the shelter residents. The students “took over” the Ladles of Love Soup Kitchen at The Haven Night-Shelter in Green Point on Thursday, 25 July 2019.

“This was a great opportunity for our pupils to serve our community and a wonderful launch for our brand new state-of-art Consumer Studies Classroom.” – Dave de Korte, Camps Bay High School Principal

Camps Bay High School raised over R12 000 in donations from Camps Bay High School families for ingredients for the soup kitchen.

“Due to the generosity of our families, we are able to take over soup kitchens regularly and plan to repeat this again soon.” – Dave de Korte

Their efforts and involvement at the shelter brought smiles to the faces of all the people there for a warm meal. The students have been on a mission to assist the homeless wherever possible. A few weeks ago they made useful sleeping bags from recycled materials.

Take a look at how the students got involved below.

Sources: Supplied
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