Peninsula School Feeding Association


Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) was established to address the problem of hunger in children, while they are at school. Established in 1958, PSFA has been providing meals to hungry children in primary, secondary and special-needs schools in the Western Cape Province for more than 55 years.
PSFA Aims:

  • the reduction of short-term hunger
  • the provision of school feeding to enhance children's ability to learn
  • increasing learner attendance at school

Trust Property will sponsor the feeding of a child for a period of one year on each successful property sale.
PSFA is a registered non-profit organisation (002-878 NPO)

Trust Property on Kili

Kilimanjaro Summit


Kilimanjaro Challenge - Raised R24,423.00 for the SPCA

Trust Property sponsored Richard & EThan in there Kili summit attempt. On the 17 Sep 2013, they both summited to the highest point in Africa, at 7:10am!

Ethan is passionate about all animals and wanted to raise awareness and funds for the Cape of Good Hope SPCA. "Although this is one of the toughest challenges I have set myself to do I aim to put it to good use by multiplying the number of Rands that I can donate to CoGH SPCA which is a cause close to my heart and in need of ongoing support."

He initialy raised R12, 423 and then the Signature of Hope Trust, generously donated a further R12 000. 

Adopt A DancerTrust Property Adopt a Dancer

Jenni started the Adopt A Dancer initiative of bringing fun and self expression to impoverished communities.

Adopt A Dancer is a community-based project situated at Reygersdal Primary School in Atlantis. The vision of this project is to bring fun and self expression to impoverished children through the art of dance.