Beneficiaries

The B4ET beneficiaries’ are carefully selected and comprise mainly black South African youth, women, disabled and/or unemployed citizens.  Our current beneficiaries are namely:

Mohau Centre

Mohau Centre

The Mohau Centre provides care and support to orphans and terminally-ill children who are infected with HIV Aids. This is done through temporary and permanent residential care and community based social service. The Mohau Centre assists these children to experience a better quality of life by providing them with healthcare services, children development programmes and by facilitating specialised therapies for these children

Homepage: www.mohau.za.org

Thuthuzela Aid Community Centre

Thuthuzela Aid Community Centre

Thuthuzela is a place of safety for children who have been removed from parental custody for various reasons such as abuse, negligence, rape, abandonment. These children are sent to Thuthuzela by the SANPS, social workers and Child Welfare.

HIV/AIDS infected children also receive treatment and attend school while the younger ones attend the day care

Homepage: www.thuthuzela.co.za

Womentality

Womentality

The Womentality program and workshop has been composed to cultivate a positive mentality in the youthful female heart. The fast moving pace of our modern society makes it ever more challenging to attend to all levels of meaningful existence. The demand for direct, intense and expert dedication & advice is an ever-increasing feature of modern society. Womentality has researched these societal demands on the livelihood of the young female and developed a program to facilitate those skills. The key areas of focus in our workshops, have industry experts & leading brands sharing their insights and skills in a practical hands-on manner to make this feminine discovery a fun & life changing one. Womentality pursues the dream and vision to have an influence, provide guidance and leadership, and to promote a positive and healthy mentality in every young lady. We aim to motivate a new generation of positive and influential young ladies to equip them to make a meaningful difference in society on every level of womanhood.

Homepage: www.womentality.co.za

SATCH

SATCH

The South African Talent Championship (SATCH) aims to promote moral values, ethics and high standards in the performing arts industry. We want to offer all performing artists a platform to provide them with opportunities, hereby introducing South African talent to an excellent international talent convention, known as AMTC (Actors, Models and Talent for Christ). SATCH are the regional directors for AMTC in South Africa.

Homepage: www.satch.co.za

Anti-Child Sex Trafficking Fund

Anti-Child Sex Trafficking Fund

Our beneficiaries meet various practical needs and share the love with young women and children from various backgrounds. The organisations are run by passionate people who are fulfilling a role and purpose in growing these women and children to meet their potential. We are in the midst of a crisis that is standing in the way of women and children, world-wide, in meeting this potential. This dangerous inhibitor is sex trafficking and we cannot talk about protection and growth without speaking to this tragic epidemic. It is for this purpose, that we have established the B4ET anti-sex child trafficking fund. The most powerful impact we can have against sex trafficking is awareness and advocacy

Homepage: www.b4et.org.za

Additional info

Anti-Child Sex Trafficking Fund

The B4 Empowerment Trust (B4ET) utilises relationships with individuals and organisations in order to fulfill its mission of “Growing strong women & children”. To date the B4 Empowerment Trust has distributed Millions of Rands to beneficiaries guided by principles and values since 2008. As you may know, operating in South Africa, these organisations – our beneficiaries – meet various practical needs and share their love with young women and children from various backgrounds. The organisations are run by passionate people who are fulfilling a key role and purpose in growing these women and children to meet their potential. We are in the midst of a crisis that is standing in the way of women and children, world-wide, in meeting this potential. This dangerous inhibitor is sex trafficking and we cannot talk about protection and growth without speaking to this tragic epidemic. It was for this purpose that we invited the team from the feature film “8 Days” to be part of the B4 Empowerment Trust community. The most powerful impact we could have against sex trafficking is awareness and advocacy. Their film is heavily aligned with our vale-based model and is an incredibly powerful tool to help mobilise action. The B4ET together with the other organizations within the Business 4 Initiative (B4i) such as Black SEED and Womentality, partnered with the “8 Days team” to help deliver awareness and on sex trafficking.