RADA Feeding Project

The RADA Feeding Project provides assistance to existing farms to enable them to provide food for their community

What type of assistance does the RADA Feeding Project provide?
It provides the necessary resource(s) to empower farmers to better utilise their land and/or skills in order to achieve common goals.

Which communities are earmarked for the RADA Feeding Project?
The project is set to launch in Orange Farm. Once the project has been established, the footprint will be extended to other areas of Gauteng and thereafter throughout South Africa.

What is the purpose of implementing the RADA Feeding Project?
The purpose is to empower a community by assisting them in creating a sustainable source of food that is designed to produce a significant crop yield. Together with the community RADA intends to create much needed employment opportunities and a self-sustaining financial model that will secure the continuity of the project for years to come.

What makes the RADA Feeding Project different?
We empower people to feed themselves and their community rather than simply providing them with food. The aim is to build a sense of achievement and a culture of self-sustainability within the community, whilst promoting the development of entrepreneurial skills including the creation of employment opportunities.

Bryanston Country Club Caddies

The Bryanston Country Club Charity Trust (BCCCT), was established in June 2018 with the aim of giving assistance to their staff, caddies, their families and the communities that they live in.

RADA has committed to support the Trust by providing food for the 107 caddies on a monthly basis with the help of sponsors AGT Foods and Kia SA. BCCCT has built a learning centre in order to upskill the caddies on various levels and RADA Training Academy will be getting involved with the training at a subsidised rate. Specific needs will be addressed, which will include life skills largely focusing on taking responsibility for one’s own life which directly impacts the lives of family and friends.

RADA together with BCCCT, aims to encourage positivity and discourage a sense of entitlement and a dependency on handouts. Developing a sense of personal pride goes hand in hand with a positive and empathetic attitude which affects those we encounter on a daily basis. This should be recognised and encouraged as a key factor in everyone’s life.

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