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Huntington Village - on the fringe of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, and part of the greater Bushbuckridge area - represents the largest concentration of poverty in South Africa. 70% of the community of 6000 people is not economically active; its most vulnerable being women and children.
The Extra Mile Trail Run was conceptualised to raise funds in support of this community. In its second year, and now sponsored by Investec Rhino Lifeline, runners and walkers (both professional and amateur) are invited to participate.
Saturday the 21st September, 2019 will see athletes, families and community members running together for a greater cause. Spend an enjoyable day with good food and in good company in one of South Africa’s most beautiful places.
Don’t delay… There are only 1,000 spots available, so register now!
To close off the day, we’ll also be holding a dinner at the Protea Hotel, Kruger Gate, where incredible items and experiences will be auctioned.
Henna Preschool is located in Huntington Village and supports 150 children between the ages of 2 and 5I Want To Help
Jabez Preschool is located in the village of Justice B, and supports 15 children between 2 and 5I Want To Help
New Beginnings enables teen mothers in the village to finish their schooling while their babies are well taken care ofI Want To Help
Located in the Obakeng Village in the North West Province, Itekeng Basha Creche supports 35 local childrenI Want To Help
Heuningvley Primary School supports 200 children between the ages of 7 and 17 from local communitiesI Want To Help
Masuwe Primary School is in the heart of rural Vic Falls, Zimbabwe and educates over 200 childrenI Want To Help
Injongo Creche is located in Cape Town's Mfuleni township and supports 85 children at presentI Want To Help
Sponsoring of teacher's ECD Tertiary Qualifications - without teachers, there is no education
Assist a small Enterprise in the local community to enable business owners to support their familiesI want to help
By installing sustainably managed, solar powered boreholes into rural villages giving community members access to clean water. One borehole can supply between 200 and a 1000 people!I want to help
Over the years, More Community Trust (MCT) has built close relationships with our local communities, and guests are invited to visit. This gives them the opportunity to experience a different – and humbling – way of living; visit culturally- and historically- significant sites; and connect with local people, while positively impacting their lives with the funds raised from these tours.
Guests of Lion Sands Game Reserve travel to the local village of Huntington to visit MCT’s projects there, including pre- and primary schools. Here, guests get to engage with the children, and learn about rural life and its everyday challenges.I want to help