Donate & Help


Donate & Help


Donate & Help


Help people by donating little. See our current projects

Housing & Job Creation

Inadequate housing and infrastructure facilities pose direct threats to children's physical safety. Poor people often live…

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School Projects

BEAT THE BULLY has the fortunate opportunity to re-launch their unique program with a new in-depth…

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Organic vegetable gardens provide the setting for diverse activities to engage people interest in environmentally conscious…

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Social empowerment is understood as the process of developing a sense of autonomy and self-confidence and…

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How Can You Help?


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Send Donation

To donate, please phone Mr Hennie Smit 083 228 3482.

Donation Count

Children to get Shelter
R2500/ R100 000
Girls to get Education
R10 000/ R1 500 000
Send Vegetables to Africa
R5 000/ R800 000

Our Causes

charity activity of the year

Every day in poor urban centers throughout sub-Saharan Africa, hundreds of millions of people suffer from a lack of access to clean, safe water.
Women and girls especially bear the burden of walking miles at a time to gather water from streams and ponds - full of water-borne disease that is making them and their families sick.
Cape Town is experiencing its worst drought in history. We would like to supply at least 20 L of fresh potable water to each resident every week for 2018. We call on your assistance in this project.

GoalR100 000
food and shelter for orphans

Inadequate housing and infrastructure facilities pose direct threats to children's physical safety. Poor people often live in temporary homes constructed with whatever impermanent, basic materials are available. They frequently have little option but to live on marginal land (flood plains or steep slopes for example), with the consequence that they are the first to suffer the effects of climate change and seasonal floods. In addition, a combination of overcrowding, the use of open fires or kerosene stoves and flammable buildings leads to danger from burns, scalding and accidental fires. Inevitably in these conditions, children are especially vulnerable.

GoalR1 500 000
education in africa

We must begin to provide comprehensive and quality education in order to break the poverty chain. This is how you stop children from inheriting living conditions of debt, and once you do that you have stopped the transmission of poverty.
Our dynamic youth population offers the opportunity for a huge demographic dividend. Young people are a source of innovation and creativity – given the opportunity.
Investing in youth potential and the skills needed to drive agriculture and the manufacturing, processing, services, and logistics sectors will reap huge benefits.
However, despite the encouraging shifts towards widespread access to primary education, a recent UN report claims that by 2025, some 17 million children will still be out of school – a decade after the UN’s target for worldwide education.
Excellent quality education is a solid investment with high rates of return in terms of economic growth and employment creation.

GoalR800 000