The 2018 Hungry Games

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From the ashes of 2017 comes a new fundraiser of epic proportions! Ikhaya Le Themba would like to present The Hungry Games, a fundraiser to help raise awareness for our Hungry Tummy Pack initiative. Xtreme Scene Events ( has partnered with us to host the event on the beautiful Provence Estate in Wellington. 



Join us for an event of EPIC proportions! Ikhaya Le Themba is hosting our first Fundraiser for 2018 - The Hungry Games is a fun filled event for the whole family, promoting our Hungry Tummy Pack initiative. Xtreme Scene Events ( has partnered with us to host a day of fun and adventure with 6 events, including:
  • Bubble Soccer
  • Five-a-side Football
  • Tag Rugby
  • Inflatable Volleyball 
  • Giant Basket Ball
  • Sweeper
Be sure not to miss out, the event takes place on the 12th of May at Provence in Wellington. Enter your team of 5 (R200 per person) there will be 24 teams competing. Come dressed up and ready to be a kid again! There will be prizes so make sure you come dressed up showing unity and ready for action. Along with the games we will have a slow market and entertainment, be sure to come out and support your teams. If you would like to have a stall at the market please send a mail to
Where: Provence, Wellington
When: 12 May 2018 10am to 3:30pm (teams need to register from 10am with the first event starting at 11am sharp)
Cost: R1 000 per team (ages 16 and older)

Contact: Kim Du Toit  at or on 073 205 1111

Our Hungry Tummy Pack initiative is a dehydrated food pack that we hand out to the community. These packs are vital, especially with the current cost of living. Each pack consists of rice, lentils, dehydrated vegetables and himalayan salt. We sell these packs for R25 to companies or individuals who in turn donate them back to our beneficiaries. Just a small way that we can change communities, one life at a time. 



Tickets can be purchased through Quicket, be sure to have your team of five ready to enter as tickets are purchased as a team at a cost of R1000.