Exploring the beyond Changing the remote

With the current situation, we need to stand together and help where ever possible. Africa Remote Solutions are raising donations to serve the people in dire straits, in and around Phalaborwa. A healthy cooked meal will be delivered daily by a volunteer adhering to the regulations prescribed by the Government. The amount of meals per day is subject to the support we receive.

We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about the situation caused by the CV-19. Some of the most pressing issues is to get much needed food supply’s to individuals and family’s. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of people living in these circumstances. Lets help the elderly, unemployed and the single parents or familys out there who can’t afford  necessities. 

How you can assist

We kindly invite you to donate any of the following:

  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Meat
  • Rice or Maize or flour
  • Eggs
  • Longlife Milk 
  • Cash donations.

ARS is a PBO organisation and can issue 18A certificates on large donations (for tax exemption). Please contact us for more information.

All other projects are currently hibernating till further notice

National Parks and Rangers Support


This initiative to reach our goals is by assisting and providing the rangers with equipment and advanced training. With access to the right equipment rangers can become empowered and proud in their own ability, gaining confidence to fulfill their full conservation and  anti-poaching potential.

Getting meals ready for delivery


From the onset our primary aim is to donate a meal per day to vulnerable individuals or groups. Often looked over,  they don’t live in the mainstream areas, but often in isolated buildings or backyard cottages. 

Do you know someone in need?


If you know of anybody in need, please  contact us. Your information will stay confidential . 

" If you wish to move mountains tomorrow, you must start by lifting stones today! "

- African Proverb -