‘Project Bottled Water for Cape Town Initiative’ in Bakerton collects 1 850 litres of water in two days

Neha Arya Singh (11), Tisya Maharaj (10) and Tiara Lankesar (10).

The drive is called the ‘Project Bottled Water for Cape Town Initiative’ and it forms part of their response in helping the people of Cape Town through the current water crisis.

The drive has collected 1 850 litres of water in two days.

Also read: Bakerton donates 6 500 litres of water to the Western Cape

“We as an organisation are always doing community work.

“Last year we did food hampers for people living in squatter camps.

“This year we decided to do this because of the situation in Cape Town.

“The response from the community has been excellent.

“We will have other projects during the year.

“This is only for this month,” says Ritasha Singh, a member of the organisation.

Also read: Laerskool Selection Park donates 10 000 litres of water to drought-hit Western Cape residents.

The project will continue until February 9.

People who wish to donate water can drop it off at the Shree Vishnu Mandir Temple on 67 Honeysuckle Drive in Bakerton.

To donate money to the initiative contact Ritasha Singh on 072 575 9546 or Preshen Singh on 072 565 8951 for more information.

The Gift of the Givers will distribute the water once it is in Cape Town.

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Siphokazi Zama

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