Mrs B and her son are just two of many elders who rely on Tafta's Meals on Wheels ...

Mrs B was recently diagnosed with kidney failure and cancer. As you can imagine, it’s causing her much stress, anxiety and despondency. On top of that, she and her disabled son are struggling to manage on Mrs B's income of just R1 780 per month.

Although she owns her house, after paying her lights, water and rates, there's precious little to live on. Often Mrs B can’t afford to buy food for herself and her son. These are the lives you touch when you support our Meals on Wheels service.


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