Coach rugby and experience Africa on our unique overland expedition. Volunteer and stay at our Malawi community centre, individually or arrange a group visit
Untapping talent and developing character in marginalised communities
Since inception, Bhubesi Pride Foundation has partnered United Through Sport, a South African not-for-profit organisation providing sports coaching to children in Port Elizabeth, as well as sponsored high school scholarship places. Together, we work with children in township areas and have helped to facilitate the build of a netball court and multi-sports pitch at two township schools. We also work with a community rugby initiative in Bloemfontein, Cheetah Kidz, and have started a relationship with the Blue Bulls, to engage communities in Pretoria. Our work is endorsed and supported by The South African Rugby Union.
See our teams joined by the Ireland national team, alongside G4S and Maggie Alphonsi, who helped the charity launch an ambassador program in 2016
In 2016, we worked with British school, Sedbergh, and United Through Sport to facilitate and lay a multi-sports pitch. Alongside partners in South Africa, we’re reviewing legacy projects we can initiate next, in line with the charity’s goals.
In 2018 we began working with successful South African Super Rugby team, Pretoria’s Blue Bulls. We’re combining expertise and resources to build on their existing community outreach programs in township areas like Mamelodi East.
Since 2015, our volunteers have worked with coaches and development officers affiliated to the Free State Cheetahs, called Cheetah Kidz.
Learn about the children and all those playing their part in the Pride: Local coaches, volunteers, donors and charity partners. Could it be you?
You have three incredibly exciting ways to help make an impact with Bhubesi Pride Foundation. Choose how you’d like to join our journey.