Non-profit organisation Precious Lives Matter came to the aid of five Masiphumelele families left homeless after a petrol bombing last month.
Blankets, pillows, nappies and clothes for the victims were handed over on Monday April 5.
Precious Lives Matter director Life Ndlovu said they asked for help from their partners in Germany, and enough money was raised to buy building materials, bricks and a door frame.
Masicorp’s managing director Milli Firth donated a full uniform for a Fish Hoek High School pupil who lost everything in the attack.
Ocean View police spokesman Sergeant Mfundo Nyengane said they were investigating the incident.