How can you help?
Plettenberg Bay Food Relief

How can you help?

People often ask “how can I help” with humanitarian efforts and other initiatives in Plett.

There are various schemes ongoing in Plett and we list them below for you to find out where and how you can be of


The Dignity Fund

Dignity Fund
Dignity Fund

Help those affected by the Qolweni fires

Roughly 70 homes were destroyed in a fire on Friday 28 May leaving up to 150 people without a roof over their heads, clothing or food.

You can help by donating food, clothing, cooking & kitchen equipment or any other household items. Drop-off points are at NG Church in Marine Drive, Piesang Valley community hall and at New Horizons community hall.

You can also support financially by donating to the PBCPA:


Account Name: BMERC
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Plett
Branch Code: 050714
Acc Number: 251989976
Ref: Qolweni fire fund

Sponsor a set of pots:

PBCPA has sourced a pot set per family. The cost per set is R115.00 including VAT. To sponsor a set, please donate R115.00 into the account above with the reference: pots

Help train students in the foodservice industry

170 students will be trained in the foodservice industry with your assistance.  Please read the invitation from the Tourism & Business Institute SA and contact them directly if you are able to participate.

Become a ‘Friend of Tenikwa’

Tenikwa has always been there for the wildlife, and now we need to be there now for them by contributing a small monthly donation.  Become ‘Friends of Tenikwa’…

Help save Bosky Dell Rose Garden

When Covid 19 struck, Bosky Dell had to cancel all bookings and eventually let staff go as it had become impossible to afford to keep them on.  You can help…

Help with feeding schemes

The PlettAid Foundation
Bank: FNB
Account Number: 62063277472
Branch code: 210514
Beneficiary reference: Covid19 your surname

Optimizing vegetable gardens

From Dr Nicola Whiteman:

Hi all, we would like to attach a volunteer to each ward who is going to identify all the existing vegetable gardens and try to optimize their production. Hopefully their neighbors will then start doing the same!

Anyone prepared to volunteer please contact Dr Whiteman to be added to the ward volunteer group. Please note that some experience and a passion for gardening would be preferable for these positions.

We would also really appreciate the following for this initiative:

  • Garden tools
  • Watering cans
  • Hose pipes
  • Buckets
  • Seedling trays and pots
  • Compost
  • Organic fertilizer 
  • Seeds
  • Fencing

If you can help with these items, please take them to the Our Address Shelter run by Native Roots, Old Court, Cnr of Marine Way and Sea Witch Avenue.  First gate on right as you turn into Sea Witch Avenue.

Mary-Anne Mam Cunningham is the contact person there.

Get listed on this page

If your initiative needs help and you would like it to be listed here, please email with the details.