Street Store Collaboration 2021
Help us help those most vulnerable in the Mother City this Heritage Day!
Here in South Africa, there is a wide divide between the "haves" and "have-nots", but we are all one people. And what better day to remind ourselves to keep helping those around us and come together as a country than Heritage Day?
So we’re taking to the streets to create a pop up shop for the homeless.
Made just out of posters; we hang up donated clothes and drop shoes into boxes, then the homeless have the opportunity to "Shop" around for what they need with dignity!
We will be setting up outside the Hope Exchange on Roeland Street, in the heart of the Mother City, to make it easily accessible for those we aim to help!
We're looking for all donations, big or small, to help us fill our Store. From blankets to hoodies, shoes and jeans, to baby clothes and everything in between... We'll take them all!
We can collect, or you can drop off at any of our Collection Points, or come down on the day and Help Out and Hang Up, and meet those whose lives you will be improving with the simple act of giving!
Let's warm up the Mother City this Winter, and celebrate our wonderful people this Heritage Day!
Items of clothes donated
Waterproof Blankets donated
Lives of Cape Town's most vulnerable changed
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
HANG UP & HELP OUT
Join us at our Street Store on Heritage Day, Friday 24 September 2021, outside The Hope Exchange on Roeland street, and Help Out and Hang Up the donations and meet the community we aim to help.
DROP OFF BLANKETS & CLOTHES AT OUR COLLECTION SITES
We have CLOSED our donations!
Thank you for the incredible support!
Please keep an eye out for next years event, and let's hope we can double the donations!
DONATE & HELP FUND EVENT SUPPLIES
We are looking for financial aid with a variety of event supplies to make our Street Store possible.
From fencing, to gazebos, and a meal to feed the hungry. Every little bit helps!
My Desert Rose
My Desert Rose is a luxury e-commerce platform that makes buying and selling authentic pre-loved luxury, premium and vintage fashion effortless. With sustainability at the core of the business, they are changing the way we shop luxury by building a circular economy.
Ladles of Love
"One small gesture can change someone’s world. Let’s make it happen."
Their founder, Danny, started Ladles of Love with one small soup kitchen serving soup to the homeless once a week on St. Georges Mall. Today, we serve hundreds of thousands of vulnerable children and families from our depots throughout the Cape region.
To reach further, be more sustainable, and help communities support themselves, we now work to assist a number of non-profit organisations, community projects, and schools across the peninsula, and establish community kitchens where they are needed most.
Their foundation is about more than providing meals. It’s about dignity, respect, and creating the kind of world we all want to live in.
Thank you to Hot Ink, one of the first certified carbon neutral printers in SA, for donating the beautiful stickers, for our clothing donation boxes!
Thank you to Hire It Brackenfell for donating the fencing, and transport, needed to set up our Street Store
Thank you to Jetline Century City for printing & laminating our beautiful posters, at no cost!
The Street Store
The World's first rent-free, premisis-free, free pop up store for the homeless!
As homelessness is a Global issue, they have decided to go open source, so you too can host a Street Store.
Gary Rom Hairdressing
Beautiful hair... That's our only condition!
We believe authentic beauty starts the moment you decide to be yourself. It’s about enhancing natural beauty.