14 November 2023: With November, marking National Responsible Gambling Awareness Month, the Hollywood Foundation is steadfast in its commitment to fostering awareness and education around
. Together with the Hollywood Foundation, the team from the Black Coffee Foundation visited Windy Heights Primary School, Qondokuhle Primary School and King Shaka High School to contribute school shoes and uniforms for the learners to wear next year.
Hollywood Foundation partnered with the Mandela Foundation and IT Labs Foundation SA for a food distribution in Amaoti
In celebration of Youth Day, Hollywoodbets joined forces with YES to continue with their programme that aims to empower future leaders.
Hollywood Foundation was proud to support the Esther Mahlangu Foundation, through a contribution of over R200 000.
Hollywood Foundation was proud to join forces with ForAfrika, making a contribution of R165 000 that went towards renovating Bongi Daycare
Together with Ntenga Foundation, the Hollywood Foundation chose to make the lives of these people easier through the distribution of water, using a water tank.
Hollywood Foundation launched their #HandsOfHope campaign, pledging R5 million to provide swift relief and give hope to communities in various areas around the province that were severely affected by the floods and adverse weather conditions.
The Hollywood Foundation was proud to transform the overall functioning of YSH Projects (Pty) Ltd, a SMME that is based in the Eastern Cape.
The Hollywood Foundation Team was proud to host the first Hollywood Foundation Race Day on Sunday, 13 March 2022, at Hollywoodbets Greyville. The Team was thrilled to invite representatives from seven other organisations, as well as Members from the KwaZulu-Natal Gambling Board, who enjoyed a relaxed afternoon at the Durban View Room.
The Ntenga Foundation makes use of charity events to raise money for people in need. A recent effort included providing school shoes for children across Africa. This youth-led non-profit organisation has sought to help many organisations that fell victim to the recent violent protests and unrest that took place in KwaZulu-Natal and parts of Gauteng.
Through the #HopeIsPower campaign, Hollywoodbets has donated R100 000 to Ntenga Foundation to assist communities and small businesses affected by the recent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
Hollywoodbets, (SANTACO) and the Ntenga Foundation handed over 900 pairs of school shoes to children across eThekwini districts.