The Humanity Project

With this project we aim to focus on humanity. No religion, no political agendas. We strive to host events in which sport stars, musicians and other celebrities join each other to place the focus on human beings who need our help. We are all in this together, and we all have a social responsibility. With this project we wish to create awareness. Our mission is to raise funds to support the foundations that are providing daily meals to those who need it most. In 2021 a song – What would a hero do – was written for this project. The song was performed by PJ Powers and the Soweto Gospel Choir

In December 2021 the song was launched with a live performance at an event in Caledon (Western Cape). In March 2022, the same event was hosted at Mercedes Benz Cape Town. All funds generated through the events were donated to Harvest Food and the Vernon Philander foundation. They joined forces to use the donation to supply struggling communities in the Western Cape with wholesome meals.

In October 2022, Harvest hosted concerts featuring PJ Thandeka Powers, members of the Soweto Gospel Choir and Africa Soul in Kimberley and Bloemfontein respectively. Local talent and choirs were also showcased and had the rare opportunity to share the stage with these mainstream artists. The grand finale was marked by a goosebump-worthy rendition of ‘World in Union’ by all participants. These events afforded Harvest the opportunity to donate its nutrient rich PEAK Instant Porridge to various institutions in the Free State and Northern Cape.

Local businesses took the hand of Harvest Foods to support the events in different respects; From vehicles to accommodation and financial support. We would like to extend our gratitude to the main sponsor, Wintershoek Safaris and others alike; Ambassador Lodge, Lion Lodge, Gariep New Vaal Motors, Kimberley Anne, Vermeulens Build It Kimberley, Twizza and Alfa Alfa. We are happy to report that with their help, a total of 60000 portions of Peak instant Porridge were donated to following NGOs; Yonder, Sally Aucamp Home for the Disabled, Caritas, ENGO, Headstart Kids and Beudene.

Local talent included; Sibongile Ngoma, MARS, Bloemfontein Men’s Choir, Bloemfontein and Kimberley Children’s Choirs, Grey Secondary School’s Gumboot Dancers, Letsego Primary School’s Mariba Band and choirs from Eduplus Independent School, Fichardtpark Primary School, Kimberley Junior School and Newton Primary School.

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