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RELIEF OUTREACH  
PROGRAMMES

The Beast Foundation believes that by working together, we will be able to restore dignity and hope to those who are without it, unifying the people of Africa.

NELSON MANDELA

THERE CAN BE NO GREATER GIFT THAN THAT OF GIVING ONES TIME AND ENERGY TO HELP OTHERS WITHOUT EXPECTING ANYTHING
IN RETURN. 

Outreach is a key aspect of our Foundation, encompassing the values of service and support we seek to uphold. Our reach extends throughout Africa and we provide aid to all who desperately need it.
 

Check out some of our previous outreach programs and contact info@thebeastfoundation.org for any further information.

UMGABABA
HANDOVER

In June 2020, The Beast Foundation Relief Programme offered a helping hand to the UMgababa families that have been affected by the recent flood disaster. #RebuildSA #InspireUniteBuild #HandsOfHope #KZNFlooding

UMGABABA

INANDA
HANDOVER

Through our commitment to assist affected communities, we visited the community of Inanda in KZN in May 2020 to make a difference in the lives of those affected by the recent floods in the province. Together with our partners, we aim to reach as many families as possible with the help they need during these trying times.

INANDA HANDOVER

SONGOZIMA
HANDOVER

In July 2021, The Beast Foundation joined forces with The Nelson Mandela Foundation & Hulamin Ltd in the National School Nutrition Support Programme, for a food parcel distribution at different schools in Pietermaritzburg that was aimed at supporting schools that were affected by the unrest experienced in the country.

SONGOZIMA

BUSY BEES
WITH BABALWA LATSHA

Our Brand Ambassador, Babalwa Latsha‘s birthday ended off on a high note with a visit to Busy Bees Rugby Club – First Black WP Rugby Club. The Club has produced and developed a number of professional rugby players. We partnered with Unilever SA to create health & hygiene packs for the female rugby players of the club. Babalwa also engaged and shared some encouragement to the aspirational players – the group even got to go onto the field for some rugby fun.

BUSY BEES