Webhelp is delighted to announce Operation Hunger as their new charity partner in South Africa for 2020. Operation Hunger has a 40 year history of taking positive action to fight against malnutrition in South African homes, schools and communities by using sustainable and proven methods that empower people to tackle this vital issue.

The organisation aims to improve levels of nutrition in impoverished communities through sustainable integrated income generating food security schemes such as soup kitchens, small scale subsistence and commercial farming and various small enterprise community development projects.

They help to deliver programmes to provide clean and accessible water to households where water is not readily available so that individuals and communities can develop gardens, support livestock and be protected against water borne diseases.

The charity was chosen from a diverse group of causes, nominated and voted on by Webhelp employees in South Africa, who are keen to support the great work the charity does with donations received from a range of fundraising activities.

Webhelp Director of People South Africa, Cathy Kalamaras, shares this enthusiasm saying:

“Operation Hunger not only provides food, it works with people to create sustainable food sources through education and practical assistance. It’s a privilege to support the life changing work the organisation does.”

Sandy Bukula, Acting CEO & Business Development Director at Operation Hunger commented on the partnership:

“On behalf of Operation Hunger and the communities we serve, we wish to express our sincere appreciation to Webhelp for selecting our organization to partner during 2020. Voluntary multi-stakeholder partnerships are central to Operation Hunger achieving its goal of food security and sustainable strategies to benefit vulnerable members of our communities. We are so excited to welcome Webhelp in joining us  on  our journey.”

 To find out more about the incredible work the charity does to tackle malnutrition and poverty in South Africa visit www.operationhunger.org