Winter Blanket Drive
Help us keep those most vulnerable warm this winter!
Each year, in the lead up to winter, we will be running a blanket drive, from June until September. We are looking for blankets (old or new), or a tax deductible donation towards our waterproof blankets, thanks to our partnership with Go Sublimation.
We can collect from you, or you can drop off at one of our many designated Donation Boxes located around Cape Town.
Every little bit helps!!
Waterproof Blankets donated
Donation toward waterproof Blankets donated
Lives of Cape Town's most vulnerable changed
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
CASH DONATIONS TOWARDS WATERPROOF BLANKETS
Call 2 Care have partnered with Go Sublimation, based in Somerset West, to produce waterproof blankets. As per the image, the red side is waterproof and can be laid down on wet surfaces or can be wrapped around your body with the waterproof side out so that you are protected from the rain. They are so nice and warm and this is going to be so appreciated by those vulnerable to the upcoming cold and rain, this winter. The production process also includes employing women from underserved communities for the cutting, stitching and sewing of the blankets - a major win to further sustainability of this initiative. Each blanket costs only R210 and each donation is validated with a section SARS 18A donation receipt.
DROP OFF BLANKETS AND CLOTHES AT OUR COLLECTION SITES
We have collection points based in and around Cape Town, in Claremont, Bellville and the CBD.
And more to come...
DONATE FABRIC TOWARDS OUR WATERPROOF BLANKETS
If you work in a clothing or textiles company, and have left over material or off-cuts to spare, or the skills and machinery to make blankets from the office or at home.
Would you like to help us create more blankets for those in need? Then click above and get in touch.
We have partnered with the incredible Ladles of Love, who will help us deliver the blankets to those who are most vulnerable in Cape Town.
"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.