Arabella Country Estate Covid19 Relief Fund

Following a request from home owners at Arabella Country Estate, the Home Owners Association established a Covid19 Fund to raise monies for charities and organisations within Bot River, Kleinmond and Caledon, who are providing food and medical assistance to those in need.

Since its inception, funds have already been distributed to the Lucky Point Foundation, People Against Substance Abuse (PASA) and Food for Love in Botrivier. Child Welfare Kleinmond, Madalitsho and the Kleinmond Business Forum are supported in Kleinmond.

All donations made are strictly confidential, and are being administered by an independent committee ensuring transparency in all dealings with regards to money distribution.

If you would like to contribute to the fund to help those more vulnerable members of our community during this Covid19 Pandemic, you can do so by either:
1. Making an easy donation via our website by clicking on the donate button. Both Credit card as well as EFT options are available.

2. Dropping off any non-perishable food items at the Arabella Country Estate Gate House.

3. By depositing funds into the Arabella Country Estate account:
FNB
Account number – 62045844041
Branch Code – 200212
Reference – Covid Fund

We thank you in advance for your support during this time.

“Together we will make a difference”

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