BENEFICIARIES OF THE 2017 SHOW



car show helps creche

PIC: Bob Cumming, Peter Fielding and Kalvin Jones of the SCCS with Jaandre Foster and Marius Kapp of Angels Care.

ANGELS CARE BENEFITS FROM SCCS

Angels Care KZN, the Elysium based care centre, which provides food and lodging for homeless and destitute people, was one of the beneficiaries of the recent Scottburgh Classic Car Show. They are in the process of moving to their new home in Sezela and therefore paint and hardware was required. Food and veggies were also on the list of much needed supplies for their residents.

The annual charity SCCS has helped many organizations from the proceeds of the show during the past eight years. Next year’s show will be on 8 July and sponsored by the Rising Sun, a Caxton community newspaper.



BENEFICIARIES OF THE 2016 SHOW



car show helps creche

PIC: SCCC's Henry Parsons, Kalvin Jones, Peter Fielding with Action for Blind students and Supervisor Susan Twigg.

SCOTTBURGH CLASSIC CAR CLUB DONATION

It was smiles all around as the Scottburgh Classic Car Club officially handed over a lawn mower, washing machine, fridge and stainless steel wash-basin with table to the Action for the Blind & Disabled in Pennington.

Action for the Blind was one of the beneficiaries of last year’s Scottburgh Classic Car Show. This year’s Show will be held on Sunday 16 July at the Scottburgh High School and will be sponsored again by the Rising Sun community newspaper.

car show helps creche

PIC: Jaandre Foster and Marius Kapp of Angels Care with Peter Fielding (SCCS) and Dougie van Rensburg (T&CC) with the SCCS Committee of Bob Cumming, Henry Parsons and Kalvin Jones.

SCCS HELPS ANGELS CARE KZN

Angels Care KZN which provides food and lodging to the homeless and destitute was a beneficiary at the recent Scottburgh Classic Car Show, sponsored by the Rising Sun.

Part of the donation enabled their Opel bakkie to have a long overdue overhaul which was completed very thoroughly and efficiently by Tune & Carb Centre (T&CC) in Cordiner Street, Scottburgh.

The bakkie was handed over to Jaandre Foster and Marius Kapp of Angels Care by Peter Fielding (SCCS) and Dougie van Rensburg (T&CC) with the SCCS Committee of Bob Cumming, Henry Parsons and Kalvin Jones.



BENEFICIARIES OF THE 2015 SHOW



car show helps creche

PIC: SCCS Committee with Gordon Gardner, Nippers Officer, and all the happy Nippers.

NIPPERS BENEFIT FROM CAR SHOW. The Scottburgh Nippers of the Scottburgh Surf Lifesaving Club, were nominated by the Scottburgh Classic Car Club as one of the four beneficiaries of the proceeds of last year’s Scottburgh Classic Car Show (SCCS) which was sponsored by the Rising Sun community newspaper.
The Nippers boathouse on Scottburgh Beach has been totally refurbished. New galvanized board racks have been installed, all cracks replastered, roof screed, waterproofed and painted throughout with new signage kindly sponsored by Poynter Print.
At the opening ceremony on 22 January, Show organizer, Peter Fielding, said that his committee was well pleased with the result. “We are delighted to be in a position whereby the Umdoni community can benefit from the proceeds of the SCCS.”


car show helps creche

PIC: Celebrations at the creche with Supervisor Simangele Ngbuane, SCCS's Bob Cumming, Peter Fielding & Kalvin Jones with Segametsi Hope's Lisa Baxter.

CAR SHOW HELPS CRECHE. The children of the Zamokuhle Creche in Hlanzeni, Magabeni, benefitted from last year’s Scottburgh Classic Car Show (SCCS) when a new roof was constructed onto their building in January. The old roof had become dangerous and with the walls beginning to break, the roof would have collapsed within the near future. New window frames were also installed so the little ones now have a safe and more comfortable environment to enjoy while their parents are at work. By securing the crèche windows correctly, the electricity dept. is now able to replace the electrical box recently stolen in a break-in. QMS Maintenance who was responsible for the upgrade, also helped by reinforcing the walls that had several cracks.
This whole project was made possible through a donation from the proceeds of the SCCS to Segametsi Hope, a national organization which is dedicated to the upliftment and caring of children in need. Segametsi KZN Projects Co-ordinator, Lisa Baxter said, “the community has been very excited with this project and has visited most days to watch the progress. This project is not just about the upliftment of the crèche but rather the community as a whole. A very big thank you goes out to all those who made this project possible”.


Left to right: Chris du Raan (Bridgestone South Africa), Khuphuka Duma and Petros Shinga (ACC&YDC), Nathan Govender (Super Quick), Peter Fielding (Scottburgh Classic Car Club)

Amandawe Community Care Centre Benefits from Car Show. The Amandawe Community Care and Youth Development Centre received a brand new set of tyres from Bridgestone South Africa. The tyres were an indirect sponsorship by Bridgestone for the Scottburgh Classic Car Show. The Centre was nominated by the Scottburgh Classic Car Club as a beneficiary of the Show. Peter Fielding, Club founder and show organizer said: “We were delighted to have Bridgestone at the show again and supporting the community. This is the fourth set of tyres that they have donated through the Show which is highly commendable”. The tyres were donated to the Centre for their Toyota bakkie which is used for the daily carrying of care-givers and a host of other activities.


Above: The Amandawe Community Care and Youth Development Centre (ACC) has taken delivery of their rejuvenated Hilux bakkie which spent five days at Halfway Toyota being repaired and serviced.

Care Centre benefits from Car Show. The ACC was one of the main beneficiaries of the proceeds from the 2015 Scottburgh Classic Car Show. Major repairs were necessary because the vehicle had not been serviced for a considerable time as funds were not available. It is used daily to transport Caregivers as well as to execute a multitude of tasks for the Centre. They expressed their gratitude to the Scottburgh Classic Car Club, without whose sponsorship the vehicle would not have been repaired.


Left to right: The SCCS organizing committee of Bob Cumming, Henry Parsons, Peter Fielding and Kalvin Jones presenting the brush-cutter to Mike Gower and operator Zandile Miya.

TC Robertson Nature Reserve benefits from Car Show. TC Robertson Nature Reserve was the recipient of a brand new brush-cutter kindly donated by the Scottburgh Classic Car Club (SCCC) from the proceeds of the recent Scottburgh Classic Car Show. Accepting the brush –cutter on behalf of the Reserve’s Committee, the Officer-in-charge, Mike Gower, expressed his appreciation to the SCCC for their generosity. It will be used to control the grassy areas where visitors come to enjoy the beauty, tranquillity and the wildlife of the reserve which is one of Scottburgh’s treasures, nestling next to the Mpambanyoni River.

BENEFICIARIES OF THE 2014 SHOW



Above: Peter Fielding presents a cheque to Rev. Jan Ferreira with SCCS and PCC members. PIC from L to R: Henry Parsons, Bob Cumming, Scottie Anderson, Peter Fielding, Rev. Jan Ferreira, Cheryl Ferreira, Maria Anderson, Lorna Boland.

The proceeds of the show were donated to a local charity or public service organisations. The beneficiaries were:
The PCC , an upliftment centre, teaching skills to the unemployed so that they can generate an income. The courses include sewing, cooking, computers, bricklaying and carpentry. The Centre also provides meals-on-wheels for pensioners who are unable to cook for themselves.


Above: The President of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP) and committee members were presented with their share of the proceeds of the Scottburgh Classic Car Show. From L to R : Henry Parsons, Bob Cumming, Alvin Jones, Peter Fielding of the SCCS and Val Laue, Margaret Alborough, Barney Crawford, Rosemary Govender, Father Wilfred Mfayela, Nicole Govender of SSVP

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP). The local branch of this international charity organization was one of the two main beneficiaries of this year's show. Val Laue, SSVP President was delighted with the generous donation which will be used for various projects and feeding schemes.


Above: Nicky Koekemoer of 4 Paws and a Tale Rescue with Peter Fielding of the SCCC at the new wooden kennel called "Haven" which was erected with the donation from the Scottburgh Classic Car Club. The kennel is now housing several rescue dogs waiting to be placed into good homes.

The proceeds of the show were donated to a local charity or public service organisations. The two beneficiaries were:

The Alexandra Park Homes for the Aged which provides home from home care for the elderly in a nurturing and protected environment.


BENEFICIARIES OF THE 2013 SHOW



Above: Kalvin Jones and Bob Cumming of the Car Show management team with Peter Fielding presenting the cheque to Mervin Mundie,Rosanne Mundie and Ranjith Rampersad.

The Tholimfundo Primary School in Umzinto which offers quality education to orphaned and vulnerable children as well as to children who are the head of their family. They come from all informal settlements around the school as well as from Hazelwood, Roseville/Sanathan and Alexander. The school also incorporates the St. Anne's Home for 45 orphaned girls.


DONATIONS



SCOTTBURGH CAR SHOW DONATES R60 000 TO LOCAL CHARITIES

This year's Scottburgh Classic Car Show, sponsored by the Rising Sun, was a huge success with 50% more visitors than last year and about 450 vehicles. This enabled the Scottburgh Classic Car Club to donate a total of R60 000 between three beneficiaries. Peter Fielding, Show organizer, expressed his sincere appreciation to the Scottburgh community for their huge support and assistance in this annual fundraising event.


Above: Peter Fielding and Tracy Rowles with one of the rescued vervet babies at the Centre.

R30 000 was donated to the Khumbula Ikhaya House of Safety in Umzinto for abandoned children and child victims of crime. At a small gathering at the Safehouse, Peter Fielding presented the cheque to Chairman Mervin Mundie. The funds will be used to provide built-in cupboards for the children's clothes in their bedrooms.


Above: Peter Fielding with Nicky Koekemoer of 4 Paws & a Tale.

R15 000 was given to NPO 4 Paws and a Tale Rescue Centre which provides food, healthcare and finds homes for stray and unwanted dogs within our community. Nicky Koekemoer said: "With this donation by the Scottburgh Classic Car Club and Peter Fielding, we at 4 Paws and a Tale Rescue are able to supply safe temporary accommodation at our new kennels called Haven".


Above: A cheque for R26 000 from the 2011 Show is presented to the President of the Scottburgh Lions Club Eddie Donaldson. This money contributed towards the installation of a fully equipped Audiology Clinic at Scottburgh's GJ Crookes Hospital.

A further R15 000 was donated to the Umsizi Umkomaas Vervet Rescue Centre which heals sick and rehabilitates healthy monkeys. Tracy Rowles said that she will now be able to replace the stolen camera which is used to document every vervet monkey that is rescued and the roof on the nursery for orphans can now be rebuilt after storm damage.

loading...