Community spirit in lockdown times

The staff of one of the ‘soup kitchens’ in Nuwerus, a ‘suburb’ of Napier in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, South Africa.

28 Volunteers with a multicultural background are engaged in feeding about 500 of the poorest people in our village.

They all are very grateful for donations from private people, businesses and the farming community of Napier.

From left to right: Wilbur Adams, Johanna Jaars, Lena Volkers, Sabine Arends and Nita Arends.

Author: Herman van Bon Photography

" I like to explore the possibilities and limits of digital art, I just let it flow to see where it can go, sometimes the end result appears quickly, sometimes the creative process takes months and other times  the creation dies in its own beauty". 

3 thoughts on “Community spirit in lockdown times”

  1. You’ve really captured the community spirit here. Today i signed a petition “Hands off the soup Kitchens” which the government want to shut down and control food distribution through their centralised system. Huge outcry!

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    1. Same here! But private initiative carried by people with a multicultural background brings movement. The local municipality recently objected a plan to create community veggie gardens. But a beginning is made; seedlings donated by many, etc.

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