Restaurants may be closed, but hope is alive in many kitchens across the country. They’re producing meals for the old and frail, those who’ve lost their jobs, the children who aren’t getting their meals at school.

On Friday 24 April, we launched the Eat Out Restaurant Relief Fund. We’re raising funds to help keep them in business, so they can keep cooking for the needy.

Can you help?

Donations received

R 1,204,497

Paid to restaurants so far

R 1,190,000

Help restaurants feed SA

Thank you, your donation will make a difference in someone’s life today.

What’s happening

Watch: Behind the scenes at Den Anker

Watch: Behind the scenes at Den Anker

Tuesday, June 02nd, 2020

The V&A Waterfront's Den Anker takes us into their kitchen to show us how they are contributing to various NGO's during the pandemic.

Watch: Diesel & Crème show us how they are supporting the Barrydale community

Watch: Diesel & Crème show us how they are supporting the Barrydale community

Friday, May 29th, 2020

The well-loved vintage diner located on the scenic Route 62 in Barrydale share a message with those who have helped them to support their village.

What Level 3 means for restaurants

What Level 3 means for restaurants

Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Today the South African government clarified lockdown Level 3 regulations. Here’s what it means for diners and restaurateurs.

Hats off to our partners, Community Chest

Hats off to our partners, Community Chest

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

Watch: Inspiring words from our NPO partner, which has distributed 10 000 food boxes to over 50 000 families in four weeks.

Chef Bertus Basson shares what it takes to set up a feeding scheme

Chef Bertus Basson shares what it takes to set up a feeding scheme

Tuesday, May 26th, 2020

Chef Bertus Basson has joined forces with fellow Stellenbosch restaurateurs and wine producers to support local communities. He shares some advice.

33 days, 38 kitchens and counting

33 days, 38 kitchens and counting

Tuesday, May 26th, 2020

Thank you – your donations have kept 38 kitchens across the country ‘in business’, able to pay at least some of their expenses and to cook for hungry South Africans.

Most recent

Heleen Whitfield R100

30/05/2020

Anonymous R12,174

30/05/2020

Anonymous R2,000

29/05/2020

Heleen De Koker R50

29/05/2020

Juan B R1,500

29/05/2020


Biggest donations

New Media R500,000

23/04/2020

Retail Capital Team R100,000

30/04/2020

Graham Beck and Steenberg Vineyards R100,000

24/04/2020

Nederburg Wines R100,000

19/05/2020

Ball Family Foundation R50,000

07/05/2020

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