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PURPOSE. PASSION. PEOPLE

At FeedtheFever, we have a diverse set of creative passions and problem-solving strategies. 

Our services are tailored to assist individuals and companies with brand amplification.

The brand amplification is achieved through content creation and curation in order to communicate the brand promise.

our services

d2 media work done by FeedtheFever

marketing

We offer full-service marketing and branding, design & audio/visual production.

events

We create, execute and manage events for relevant audiences to ensure unmatched chemistry.

talent management

We believe that talent requires hard work, vision, cultivation, dedication, and the personalized attention we provide. 

The leadership team consists of women who posses a variety of skills and knowledge. Together, we have extensive experience in marketing, communication, design, event management and talent management. We aim to use this experience to assist clients in strengthening their brands.

We exist to address social and cultural issues in our society.

OUR VISION AND MISSION

Is to encourage young adults to get into the habit and spirit of giving,

to encourage thoughts of how each person can make a difference in another persons life. 

To assist children in childcare facilities and child headed homes within disadvantaged communities. 

PROJECTS COMPLETED

Our CSI projects so far have been majorly funded by ourselves. We also rely on generous donations from members of the public. 

KWT CHILD CARE CENTRE (DECEMBER 2016)

During Nov/ Dec 2016, we collected clothes for over 70 children living in the KWT Child Care facility. The support we received from the public was overwhelmingly positive . We were able to deliver the clothes to the children and share some Christmas spirit with them.

AMANTINDE SAFE PARK (DECEMBER 2017 + JUNE 2018)

In December 2017,  we clothes, books and educational toys to the Amantinde Isibindi Safe Park. In June 2018, we donated 100 black beanies and gloves .The safe park was founded in 2005 and is situated in Tyutyu Village 5kms outside King Williams Town.

EMPILISWENI, NDEVANA (JANUARY 2020)

The Bare Necesseties Project kicked off 2020 with the “Kickstart 2020 donation drive” for the Empilisweni centre based eNdevana outside of King William’s Town. We boughts, collected and donated toiltery items, undwear, socks, clothes and cleaning materials. Our team handed over the goods on 14 January 2020 and were welcomed by a very grateful team at the centre. 

Contact

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