Latest NCCF News

Caregivers’ lunch

All smiles as Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation hosted a Thank You lunch for the charities it supports, who work tirelessly to protect and raise vulnerable children. Continue reading

The NCCF donated 422 pairs school socks to learners in need.

Thanks to Aaron’s Rocks your Socks about 20 charities will be benefitting from. Continue reading

Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation plays Santa to children in need

There were cheers and screams of joy at the Lerato Education Centre as the Nashua team arrived to deliver 500 ten litre buckets, filled with food necessities as well as treats, on Saturday morning. Continue reading

Xmas at the zoo thanks to Pick n Pay Hypermarket Woodmead

Thank you to Pick n Pay Woodmead for the lunch, juice, xmas crackers, goody bags and fabulous xmas gifts. Continue reading

Lunch at Nandos

This year four separate groups of children were treated to a lunch at Nandos and an afternoon of treats and gift bags brimming over with goodies. This year our lunches were made ever more special by the presence of our…

Christmas Bucket packing

A huge thank you to team LIFESTYLE GALAXY, team JOHANNESBURG JUNIOR COUNCIL and the rest of the incredible volunteers who turned out in force (more than 90) to assist with the mammoth Christmas bucket packing exercise. Continue reading

Sweet and food parcel delivery

Thank you Nashua Children’s Foundation for selecting our Organization to receive sweets & Food Parcel. Continue reading

Sweet Collection and Packing

The Johannesburg Mini Council did it for us again. Thanks to sweets, sweets and more sweets, that Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation was able to pack xmas treats for 31 of its assisted charities. Continue reading

Grocery Shop Saturday

The NCCF shopped for 21 charities this morning and it could not have happened without the help of a huge group of Johannesburg Mini Councillors whom we hope will join us permanently in 2019. Continue reading

The Shabbas Project – Challah Bake 2018

It is hard to decide whom to thank first, but it must be Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein who once again blessed the Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation with the non-perishable grocery collection. Continue reading