Now for the Spring 2018 Hamper!

Thanks again to our generous regular donors!

Our Spring 2018 hamper collection has been reset to zero

THANK YOU!  Telephone enquiries to Eileen 021 712 5029
Or call John Gentz, Franlize Fourie or Joan Ross 083 419 5301 for further information.

A huge thank you to all who have contributed to make the Christmas and the Easter Hampers possible.

You can drop your donation off at Chas Everitt offices;

2 Dam Rd, Tokai
Shop 26 Park ‘n Shop Centre, Howard Drive, Meadowridge.
Main Road, Fish Hoek

* Sponsors of more than 25 items of one type are acknowledged in our Friends of OMOF list

Email:  We want to sponsor


There will be four drives a year:
Easter, Winter, Spring and Christmas

Drop off points are currently:

Chas Everitt Fish Hoek
Main Road
Fish Hoek

Chas Everitt Tokai
41 Tokai Road

 Website sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South


We have purchased 12 WONDERBAGS
1 X 16 person size for Sunset.
1 x 7 p for Ons Huisie
10 x 2/3 p for Imhoff & Sunnyacres Parks.
We got a great deal – R2500 for all and the good news is we have, through existing donations and a Chas Everitt top up got the R2500-00 needed.

“It is going to make a world of difference to the recipients. Especially Sunset House in Muizenberg. Dot Barker 84 years old herself) cooks for 16 people every day. She has taken most of these Pensioners in – they would otherwise be on the street, literally! I am so grateful to you. You cannot possible my know what a huge difference you have made in 72 lives. Thank you.”
– Ann Bishop

Winter Hamper Collection Starts Today

With the great success of the Easter hampers behind us the second of our four annual hampers has now started and we are looking for donations according to the list.

Thank you so much Carmién Rooibos Tea for 50 packets for every hamper four times a year!

Our special item in the hamper is a blanket!

View the Winter Hamper list

We will update the list weekly on a Friday unless we get a donation of more than 10 of an item, and then we will update the same day.

Thank you in advance for the difference you are making to 50 really special needy people in the False Bay area.

Chas Everitt has donated 50 attractive reusable hampers which will be used for the first time this winter.

Let’s Hear if for the Crankhandle Club!

Crankhandle Comes Through
It’s almost predictable that at the eleventh hour some angels appear to make it all happen!  Well let’ s hear if for The Crankhandle Club whose assistance has made the Easter Hampers a done and dusted total success ‘and then some!’

The Crank-handle Club gave Our Mothers Our Fathers R3000 worth of Groceries and hot cross buns.  Thank you so much, Peter Truter and the Crankhandle Club members.

In the early 1950’s, a small group of Cape Town old car enthusiasts used to meet at the Kinnes Service Station in Gabriel Road in the suburb of Plumstead. The garage housed a collection of old cars and a substantial library of motoring books. After taking part in the first old car rally in South Africa, nineteen enthusiasts met at Prince’s Hotel in Newlands on the 14th of July 1955 and established the Crankhandle Club. Within six months, membership had more than doubled and has continued to grow ever since. Today the Club has more than 500 members, who between them, own some 1000 older vehicles, covering a full range of saloons, sports cars, racing cars, commercial vehicles and motor cycles.

The Club is housed in a converted fire station in the historic village of Wynberg in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. Our clubhouse is open every Wednesday evening at 20h00 and visitors are welcome. Members and guests bring their cars on the last Sunday of the month to the historic manor house, Timour Hall in Plumstead, for tea / coffee at 10h30, followed by a lunchtime “braai”. Numerous other activities, breakfast runs and rallies are organised throughout the year.

The Club diplays two of the oldest cars in South Africa, a 1901 Benz and a 1902 Wolseley in it’s clubhouse, which also houses an extensive motoring library with publications going back to the dawn of motoring in Cape Town, 1898. If you are a fellow enthusiast, we’d be delighted to show you around.


OMOF Launches 30 March 2017


Ann Bishop with her daughter Lauren

‘Our Mothers Our Fathers’  is a new False Bay initiative that aims to extend logistical support to Ann Bishop’s elderly care efforts.

We at Chas Everitt Cape Town South had the honour of assisting Ann Bishop at the end of last year with her Christmas hampers drive. It was a great success but in the process, our eyes were opened to the substantial need within our community of many elderly people, many who are destitute and many who are very proud and thus find it difficult to ask for help, and as a consequence, the desperation of their circumstances remains hidden.

Our mothers Our Fathers was a name chosen to remind us all, that these senior citizens are entitled to dignity and compassion in their assistance. This is at the heart of how Ann operates. OMOF will support Ann with getting the hamper contents together with the objective of providing the most needy with four hampers a year.  Our website has the details of the dates and what we still need, and this list is updated in real time as donations come in.

If you want to help, just drop off any item/s from the list at either Chas Everitt Fish Hoek (Main Road) or Chas Everitt Tokai (Tokai Road).  Our deadline for the Easter Hamper is this week Thursday.

For more details and to see what items we still need, please go to the ABOUT page on

Or contact Andre de Villiers 083 230 0549 or Charlene Faint 083 765 2116