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Shiloh Relief

Shiloh Relief

Project Description

56% of the population in the Western Cape has no source of income. A cliché, perhaps? Not if you are the one that just sent your children to bed hungry. Then, it is a very real fact. Social security is a fundamental human right. Yet more than half the population does not have the resources to provide for themselves or their families.

Shiloh Relief exists for this very purpose.  Approximately 10 years ago Shiloh Relief started informally as SARFAT, a sublet of Community in Action (now Shiloh Food) to provide “monthly hampers” for families that struggle to make ends meet.

Realizing that our efforts are very small drops in the big bucket of poverty and that proverbial bucket has many departments (no income, low income, victims of disaster, moms with new-borns, pensioners, terminally ill etc), we took up the mandate to create a lifeline for struggling households. Shiloh Relief is currently operating from 4 Primavera in Brackenfell. (Close to our head office in Dirkie Uys street Protea Heights, Brackenfell).

We aim to partner with local businesses (corporate and retail), NPO’s, churches, individuals and local media to address the very real need in and around the northern suburbs of Cape Town. Eliminating the possibility of a stampede and utter chaos, Shiloh Relief will not deal directly with the public but will partner with churches, NPO’s and Shiloh’s own structures for the distribution of goods.

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Name : Marietjie Kleynhans ( Shiloh Relief manager)
Tel : +27(0) 21 982 1112
Cell : +27(0) 84 56 82 74 8
Fax : 086 574 0231
Email :  marietjie@shiloh.org.za
Name: Delene Kleyn (Shiloh Synergy marketing)
Cell: +(27)72 37 07 19 8


Physical address:
Primavera 4
Station street,
Protea Heights, Brackenfell 7560


6 Dirkie Uys street
Protea Heights
Brackenfell 7560

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