LeadSA: Meet the good samaritans who help Montagu's needy

For the past six years, Carol and Uncle Steve Bruton have been feeding the less privileged people of Montagu, Ashton and Robertson.

They have been nominated as LeadSA heroes for the month of June.

Speaking to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies, Carol says the project started while she was on a weekend away in Montague recuperating. She needed something to do and came across an old age home where she started helping out.

They have touched the lives of many adults and children in need by providing them with food and clothes.

From the work they are doing, they later registered an NPO Rescue Among Many (RAM Charity Projects).

To hear more of this interview, listen below:


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