LeadSA heroes for the month of May 2017

In May, Carol and her husband Stephen were nominated as LeadSA heroes for the month. Carol was interviewed on the Kieno Kammies show on Cape Talk.

Here is an excerpt of the article that appeared after the interview and you can listen to the audioclip when clicking on the link.

On behalf of everyone that are involved with RAM as volunteers and contributors we want to say “Well Done!” to Carol and Steve, you really deserve any recognition that is coming your way. Keep on doing what you are doing as you are really making a difference in these community members’ lives.


For the past six years, Carol and Uncle Steve Bruton have been feeding the less privileged people of Montagu, Ashton and Robertson.

They have been nominated as LeadSA heroes for the month of May.

Speaking to CapeTalk’s Kieno Kammies, Carol says the project started while she was on a weekend away in Montague recuperating. She needed something to do and came across an old age home where she started helping out.

They have touched the lives of many adults and children in need by providing them with food and clothes.

From the work they are doing, they later registered an NPO Rescue Among Many (RAM Charity Projects).


Super proud and very grateful for this award!

Thank you Primedia Broadcasting & MySchool for this wonderful opportunity to chat about RAM.

And dear Sithandwa Ngwetsheni (standing next to Grampy) for all your kind patience & guidance.

We need to thank each and everyone who assisted us in achieving results especially post registration. So many companies/entities/friends/family.

And most of all, blessings in abundance. God is good.