Easter Charity Drive

Easter Charity Drive

This year the Beacon Bunny has joined forces with his friends to help collect Beacon Easter Eggs for charity. All YOU need to do is head to the game page, fill in your details, select your charity of choice – see details below – and play the game.

For every gameplay, the Beacon Bunny will donate 1 Marshmallow Egg to charity. He’s got 50 000 eggs to donate, head to the game tab to start playing now!

St John the Divine Orphans and Outreach - Randfontien, Gauteng

St John the Divine Orphans and Outreach began in 2002 as a Church Outreach. We could not ignore the cry and the pain of vulnerable orphans left behind by the high rate of HIV and the AIDS Pandemic. We are registered as a section 21 non-profit organization, and Section 18 A, which legalized the operation of our charity in accordance with the South African frame-work of taking care of Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Website: https://www.stjohnorphans.org/about
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stjohnorphans

CMW Children’s Project - Musina, Limpopo

CMW Children’s Project was founded in 2009 by a group of mothers from Musina. At the time, there were too many homeless children in the streets of Musina. The women saw a need and formed an organisation to provide a home for these children. The Centre is a cross-border institution serving the global community and has so far accommodated separated and unaccompanied vulnerable Children from ten (10) countries of the world. The organisation continues to grow and takes care of children who are at risk of abuse, neglect, maltreatment, and have no place to stay

Phomolong Centre for the Disabled People - Hennenman, Free State

Phomolong Centre for the Disabled People was established in 2002. At the time, people therefore 5 community members living with disability saw this gap and decided to mobilize and create a safe space for people with disability. The centre runs a creche for children with disability and further trains young people with disability on skills development.

St Clements Home Based Care Project - Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal

St Clements Home Based Care Project was established in 2001 in Clemont, Durban. At the time there was a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS and poverty within this community and there was no support system for those affected and infected by the virus. To address this need the founding members established this community based organisation to provide daily meals for orphans and vulnerable children and provide support group for disadvantaged children during school holidays and once a month for people affected by and infected with HIV. Website: https://www.stclements.org.za

Embalenhle Care - Secunda, Mpumalanga

Embalenhle Care with Love was established in 1999, in Embalenhle township, Secunda. At its inception the purpose was to look after terminal and chronical ill patients who were affected or infected by HIV/AIDs and TB by providing medication to them. Later, the founders noted that there were many vulnerable and orphaned children due to these illnesses and therefore, they started an aftercare programme for these children. They now provide emotional support to these children, they provide nutritious meals once a day and help with homework and any other necessities that they may need.

The Herberg Children's Home - Ashton, Western Cape

The Herberg Children's Home was started during the flu epidemic of 1918. these orphans were cared for in an ordinary home. This home has since been replaced by The Herberg Children's Home. The home currently accommodates 122 boys and girls in varying ages groups. The centre provides shelter, food and educational necessities to the orphaned children. Website: https://www.herberg.co.za/