Where We Work

We maintain consistent yearly feeding programs in the Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape, North West Province and Western Cape; making The Lunchbox Fund a National Organization.

In 2016 we will continue to expand our early childhood development programs. We aim to provide nutritional assistance to 50,000 students by 2017. Our long-term goal is to reach the 4 million children in need who do not have access to government feeding programs.

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Eastern Cape

Templeton, Umtata, Canzibe, Ngqeleni, Mathakazini, Duncan Village

Children: 600 / Meals: 131,715 / Food Preparers: 4

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Free State

Bloemfontein, Vredefort, Phase 9, Phase 10, Motsabili, Khayelitsha

Children: 487 / Meals: 112,200

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Gauteng

Soweto, Alexandra, Ivory Park, Braamfischerville, Orange Farm, Diepsloot, Mamelodi

Children: 6,070 / Meals: 1,300,254 / Food Preparers: 9

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Kwa-Zulu Natal

Kwadabeka, Matubatuba, Mandini, Ndulinde, Hlabisa, Ntuzuma

Children: 1,816 / Meals: 392,004 / Food Preparers: 1

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Limpopo

Jane Furse

Children: 453 / Meals: 99,789 / Food Preparers: 1

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Mpumulanga

Vaalbank, Emahlaleni

Children: 1,200 / Meals: 241,200

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Northern Cape

Upington

Children: 55 / Meals: 11,055

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Northwest Province

Mahlakaneng

Children: 1,708 / Meals: 343,308

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Western Cape

Langa, Phillipi, Gugulethu, Delft , Crossroads, Khayelitsha, Nyanga , Langrug, Groendal, Mooiwater, Franschhoek, Robertson, Ashton, McGregor, Bonnievale, Sagmeul, Swartland, Langeberg, Stellenbosch

Children: 1439 / Meals: 320,517 / Food Preparers: 3

Average Days In Early Childhood Development Center Academic Year: 240
Average Days In Primary and Secondary School Academic Year: 201