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Our One Million Rand Mission

April 23, 2020 Africa News No Comments
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That’s a BIG title. A title that inspires and motivates us to make a difference to South Africans to the tune of One Million Rand (£56,000) during our Lions Tour next year.

Our style is unapologetic. We have selected four incredible local charities to support in Soweto, Cape Town and Johannesburg — venues for each of the three Tests — and Eswatini.

Through extensive fundraising campaigns, community engagements and on-tour events, the MSG family will leave a legacy across our sustainable journey, changing the lives and opportunities for The Rainbow Nation’s next generation.

We are offering Lions fans the opportunity to travel on a truly unique experience that discovers the very best of South Africa and beyond.

Our affordable and detailed tours both excite and inspire, presenting opportunities for YOU to spend time with our charity projects and make a physical contribution and difference.

PinkDrive NPC was founded in 2009 by Ms. Noelene Kotschan, on the premise that ‘Early detection will help prolong a life’, contributing meaningfully towards preventing as many people as it can, from succumbing to breast, cervical, prostate and testicular cancer.

Its primary focus is on citizens without access to reasonable care for these conditions, and who reside in areas where health services do not reach.

Based in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), SKRUM uses the game of rugby to engage children. At the same time, they educate participants about HIV/AIDS, inspiring better leadership in communities, raising awareness of gender violence and promoting the benefits of school and education through rugby’s core values

Since inception, the charity has visited 650 of the 817 schools in Eswatini and each year reaches 12,000 young people through school and community sessions.

Little Rose Centre
Little Rose Centre accommodates 140 children in Kliptown, which is one of the poorest areas of Soweto. 18 of the children are actually sheltered at the centre while they also provide educational classes, after school programs and meals.

GoodSport Trust
The vision of The GoodSport Trust is to provide a national framework for physical education and sport to all South Africans, regardless of wealth or background. This is to help provide the opportunity to excel, grow, advance and compete.

Speaking to SKRUM

On our Inspection Trip to South Africa, Mark visited SKRUM charity in Eswatini. Watch the video below and find out how you can make a difference on the Lions Tour 2021.

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