380 million people in Africa live in abject poverty and according to the World Bank, the average African is living on less than $1 a day. While the world is facing an economic and food crisis, the numbers in sub-Saharan Africa are among the worst, with half of the population living below the poverty line.
Make a significant change in Africa by donating, and promoting the cause. Help Breadline Africa bring food and hope to poor communities in Africa. By contributing to the $1 million target, you'll be helping to convert shipping containers into community kitchens.
Community kitchens provide warm meals, hope and a sense of security to the poorest of the poor, and the Breadline Africa Worldwide Blogger Bake Off challenge aims to use each donation towards feeding the poor of Africa while spreading the word of compassion through blogs and internet users (that's you).
Sign up to participate in the Worldwide Blogger Bake Off Challenge and do your bit to raise funds for hunger relief in Africa.
We talk of breadwinners and the breadline, bread as a symbol of wealth and also as a basic food source - that's why bread is also a symbol for the change Africa so greatly deserves. With your support, Breadline Africa can be empowered to make a realistic difference in Africa.
The Worldwide Blogger Bake Off is conceptualised and implemented by Breadline Africa, to raise both funds and awareness for the less fortunate in the many impoverished areas of Africa.
Get baking by having a squiz at our Blogger Bake Off bread recipes.
Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Breadline Africa is an internationally registered charity that raises money from various parts of the world via the internet to support community projects and promote hope and sustainability in Africa.
Since 1993, Breadline Africa has been raising funds for a number of worthy projects which target the many aspects of impoverished Africa from educating and feeding children to looking after those with disabilities or HIV/Aids.
Breadline Africa is the biggest converter of shipping containers into useful community structures by a charity in Southern Africa. Hundreds of containers have been converted to date, and currently one container a month is reaching a needy community.
By donating to Breadline Africa today, you can make a positive impact on Africa.
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