This project was started in July 1990 by Owen and Sharon Calverley from Olifantsfontein with the assistance of Doug Lees. Sharon and Owen had observed many children walking long distances to attend the farm school in Olifantsfontein sparsely dressed in the cold winter. Doug and Owen paid a visit to the school to see if they could help. This started a feeding scheme. Most of the parents were unemployed and therefore little food was available, this resulted in a lack of concentration in the classroom through hunger and tiredness. Our congregation in their generous way responded to the appeal for money, warm clothing and food enabling the Samaritan project to immediately start supplying the children with soup, pap and bread every school day. Soon business companies in and around Olifantsfontein became involved with the school and the needs were met. The Samarian team then turned their attention to the plight of people mainly in our own area through to Pretoria West who were battling to make ends meet. Again, an appeal went to the congregation for donations to purchase food and a basket was also placed in the church foyer for those who provided in kind. 27 Years later donations the project continues with Shirley Fynn faithfully at the helm.