Bread Credits

Support a township baker and facilitate the delivery of free bread to children who need it.

Through corporate and private funding, Celebrate Life has successfully rolled out numerous Township bakeries, each one selling their baked products to neighbours and family and schools. Celebrate Life’s objectives are to establish rural community entrepreneurs and, through ongoing support and mentorship, keep them sustainable.

BREAD CREDITS have been created to further assist the bakers and their communities. One bread credit costs R10 and is equal to one 700g loaf of sliced bread.

There are two options:- 

Purchase a minimum of 10 bread credits per month (R100) and the Celebrate Life  baker bakes 10 loaves for the R100. We collect the bread and deliver it to a nearby orphanage or preschool at no cost to them. Each free loaf will provide 5 children with their daily bread.  You will be directly assisting with the success of the bakers business and ensuring that the end product reaches the children that need it most. The orphanage gets help in the form of free bread, not money, which can so easily be misused.

To support a dedicated baker and orphanage over a 25 day period costs R2500 per month in bread credits. Celebrate Life will provide you with the details of the Baker, his location as well as that of the orpanage. You would also receive your bakers’ annual “financial report”.  An 18A Tax Certificate will also be provided for tax purposes.



Get involved now and help us “make a difference”

This form of upliftment allows all of your upliftment spend to reach the intended recipient and in this case, there are 2; the baker gets the exact amount you contribute, and the children get freshly baked bread for the same value.

Together Changing Our Nation One Loaf At A Time
For more information contact Cherry at Celebrate Life on 0824401730/


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