CityHope Disaster Relief

Responding to disasters locally & Internationally

We deliver disaster aid to communities and nations affected by disaster situations irrespective of race, religion, culture, ethnicity or political affiliation

Highlighted Responses

Malawi Drought Response

Malawi Drought Response

In the face of heartbreaking drought conditions, CityHope Disaster Relief continues to extend a lifeline to those in desperate need. Working closely with Rev. Litchowa, our team distributed essential food supplies to support 200 individuals impacted by the drought.

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Cyclone Freddy in Nsanje, Malawi

Cyclone Freddy in Nsanje, Malawi

CityHope Disaster Relief conducted its second aid distribution in Nsanje, Malawi, working closely with local Pastor, Rev. Litchowa and community leaders. This initiative aimed to provide much-needed food assistance to those in dire need, and we are proud to report the positive impact it has had on the community.

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South Coast Floods

South Coast Floods

In the wake of the catastrophic flooding that struck the South Coast on the night of April 14, 2024, CityHope Disaster Relief, in partnership with Ugu Disaster Management, has initiated a full-scale disaster response operation. The organizations are currently assessing the extent of the damage which has left many homes and infrastructure in ruins.

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CityHope Disaster Relief - Cato Crest Response0018
Cato Crest Flood Response

Cato Crest Flood Response

The recent flood rains had a devastating impact on communities across the PINK region of KZN - Phoenix, Inanda, Ntuzuma, KwaMashu, and surrounding areas. In Cato Crest alone, 463 individuals were affected by this tragedy. CityHope Disaster Relief took action to bring immediate assistance. Last Saturday, we distributed food and hygiene parcels to each affected household in Cato Crest, providing essential support during that challenging time.

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Dakota Beach Isipingo

Dakota Beach Isipingo

In a devastating incident, over 300 shacks had gone up in flames at an informal settlement in Isipingo.
The Dakota informal settlement, located just a few hundred meters from the beach, had been severely affected by the blaze.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

We believe in the power of volunteers, businesses and partner organisations to help those in need.

Recap of 2023

Our partners & donors

We thank the following organisations for assisting us with funding, hands-on support and the donation of goods.

In 2022, we had the opportunity to assist not only South Africans affected by disasters, but we were able to reach disaster-stricken communities in five other countries as well. We are most grateful to our donors and volunteers who enable us to keep bringing hope when disaster strikes.