NOAH Take-Away

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NOAH Soap

NOAH Soap was initiated in 2010 in Khayelitsha as a way for older persons to generate an income, make a positive contribution to their community, and engage in meaningful and companionable activity.

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NOAH Candles

This is essentially a craft project using discarded wax to make beautiful new candles. The weekly group has recently added two new aspects: teaching candle making and selling cleaned old wax by the kilogram.

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The Trestle Table second-hand vintage shop

The Trestle Table started in 2009 selling secondhand items to the public. It has grown into a successful income generator, for the social pensioners who run it and for NOAH as an organisation.

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Partnership with The Clothing Bank

The Clothing Bank's mission is to empower unemployed mothers through enterprise development so that they can become financially and socially independent. NOAH has partnered with this NPO in a pilot project.

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NOAH Loaves

This project has been introduced in Khayelitsha and Woodstock. Daily, NOAH bakers produce loaves of bread, rolls and vetkoek to be sold in the surrounding community and to business and restaurants.

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