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We are thrilled to once again join forces with our South African starlet, Nomzamo Mbatha, and her Lighthouse Foundation, to promote educational growth within the very individuals who are the future of Mzansi.

Community-focused betting operator, Hollywoodbets, has opened applications for bursaries to the South African youth who need assistance in fulfilling their career dreams through their The Future is Bright bursary project.

The #EmpoweringHER campaign, powered by Hollywoodbets, will bring these two powerful women together with an exciting project that will focus on investing R1.5 million into developing female – owned businesses.

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Latest Partnerships

Wetlands Park hopeispower campaign

#HopeIsPower – Wetlands Park

Situated in St Lucia, Wetlands Park has been a safety hub for many businesses and organisations. Following last month’s violent unrest and looting, many of these establishments were severely affected and have been left helpless during these challenging times.

Hollywoodbets foundation donates towards the community chest foundation

#HopeIsPower – Pietermaritzburg and District Community Chest

This organisation is a registered non-profit organisation and its mission is to inspire and facilitate giving back and action for community enhancement. It believes that four key social issues need to be addressed in both systemic and specific ways, which may lead to meaningful social, economic and political transformation. These four social issues are education, health, stable income-generation and community.

JAM SA (Part 2) receives R50000 from Hollywoodbets

#HopeIsPower – JAM SA (Part 2)

This African organisation has the aim to change the way that the world responds to hunger. It offers lifesaving interventions and development projects in seven developing countries in Africa and it constantly seeks to make a great impact on individuals who are in need. It also aims to eradicate poverty and malnutrition across Africa.

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