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LottoStar is serious about giving back to the community across South Africa. Over the last few years, we have partnered with various radio stations in different campaigns such as, the May Money Madness, Big September and the How Lucky can you get competitions. All the proceedings from our campaigns are directed towards different charities.

This page highlights the charitable contributions and heartfelt stories we have and continue to take part in.
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LottoStar contributes R120 000 towards Kiera’s treatment
LottoStar | Jacaranda FM
We were moved with tears listening to Kiera Rutherford’s heart-breaking story on Jacaranda FM’s Good Morning Angels show. Kiera, a 13-year-old, has been fighting a rare tick-borne disease called Lyme Disease. With treatment only found in Germany and at a costly R800 000, the Hoedspruit community and LottoStar were moved to contribute money towards Kiera’s treatment. Finally, Kiera will be flying to Germany on the 15th of May 2019 to receive her treatment. We send our love and support to you, your family and the community of Hoedspruit on your wonderful journey to receive treatment.
LottoStar donates R120 000 towards 3 children’s heart operations on Mandela Day
LottoStar | Jacaranda FM | Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital
In celebration of the Nelson Mandela Day and the spirit of ubuntu, LottoStar has donated R120 000 towards the #GMAHeartsOfHope to offer children a second chance by receiving life-saving heart surgeries from the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital (NMCH), in Johannesburg. The NMCH is a state-of-the-art children’s hospital that was birthed through Nelson Mandela’s dream of building a specialised paediatric facility to medically serve the children of South Africa. The NMCH was opened in phases and welcomed its first patients on June 2017.
LottoStar & Jacaranda FM - Charitable Contributions
Save the Children
Final Contribution: R60 500. Save the Children was founded in 1919 by Eglantyne Jebb, because she believed that "all children have the right to a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.". Save the Children South Africa aims to put children at the centre of everything that they do. They help in the fight for children's rights, to fulfil their potential and to ensure that every child has a happy and healthy childhood. It's aim is to provide a safe environment for children through a strong protective system.
LottoStar & Jacaranda FM - Charitable Contributions
SPCA
Final Contribution: R40 000. The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is dedicated to preventing cruelty towards animals. It was the first animal organisation which had the authority to investigate crimes and to make arrests for cruelty to animals. In addition to protecting and providing shelter to strays and animals in danger, the SPCA deals with proper pet care and animal adoption. The SPCA offer a number of services; clinics which offer medical treatment for sick and injured animals, a Lost and Found facility, animal shelter, an inspectorate department and offers animal education.
The LottoStar and 702 “How lucky can you get?” competition – Charity Contributions
Molo Mhlaba
Final Contribution: R9 000. Molo Mhlaba is a conventional school that provides education to young girls in Khayelitsha, Western Cape. It’s a first Pan African Girls Private School in Khayelitsha, a place with reported high rates of crime, poverty and inequality. The school was established in 2018 and aims to provide young girls with quality education and learning opportunities at a very low and affordable cost.
#WeAreNotNext
Big September | Charity
A LottoStar initiative that seeks to raise funds in the fight against femicide in South Africa. Gender-based violence has no place in our society and through this initiative, we will take a stand against this through different causes. Women of South Africa Unite #WEARENOTNEXT
LottoStar & Jacaranda FM - Charitable Contributions
The Highway Hospice
Final Contribution: R122 000. The Highway Hospice provides palliative care for the terminally ill. Providing dedicated care and loving surroundings to South African's in need, it is regarded as one of the most respected NPO's in the country. Their staff is highly motivated to the cause; giving endless attention to those in their care. In looking to optimise their funding, they operate with the minimum administrative overheads, in order to focus their donations to those in their care. The Highway Hospice is solely reliant on donations made by the public and continues to host fundraisers to sustain a high level of care.
The LottoStar and KFM “May Money Madness” competition – Charity Contributions
Neighbourhood Old Age Homes (NOAH)
Final Contribution: R311 000. Neighbourhood Old Age Home (NOAH) allows pensioners and the elderly poor to live with dignity, respect and happiness, through the provision of social, financial and wellness support. With 11 communal homes situated in the greater Cape Town area, NOAH offers social pensioners with safe, comfortable and affordable housing and accommodation. In efforts to alleviate the burdens of medical costs and to tackle costly ailments such as chronic diseases among the elderly, Noah established the Primary Health Care model. Holistically, NOAH is a haven which enables social pensioners to remain active, independent and purposeful in their homes and communities for as long as possible.
LottoStar and 702 "How lucky can you get?" competition - Charitable Contributions
WMACA - Women & Men Against Child Abuse
Final Contribution: R6 500. Women and Men against Child abuse WMACA, was founded in 1997 and serves as an organisation and proactive advocate against the abuse of children. The Organisation houses three Kidz Clinics in, Alexandra, Boksburg and Pretoria, all of which are dedicated to victim-centered care. Holistically, the establishment is dedicated to breaking the silence on all forms of abuse and creating preventative dynamics to combat the cycle of child abuse. Moreover, WMACA has been instrumental in raising public awareness on several child sexual abuse cases which so often go unprosecuted.
LottoStar & Jacaranda FM - Charitable Contributions
CANSA
Final Contribution: R53 000. CANSA (Cancer Association of South Africa) - in 1931, this organisation was born out of compassion for people whose lives had been touched by cancer. This organisation was started by a group of medical professionals who's two foremost beliefs were to provide hope and dignity in the fight against cancer. Today, CANSA has over 30 Care Centres around the country, with over 5000 volunteers and approximately 350 staff members. CANSA educates people on prevention and early detection of cancer and is a leading role player in cancer research.
LottoStar & Jacaranda FM - Charitable Contributions
Good Morning Angels
Final Contribution: R330 750. Good Morning Angels was introduced over 10 years ago as a feature on the Jacaranda FM breakfast show. It is a concept created to assist those in need. The term ‘angels’ refers to both the person who identifies a need and a sponsor willing to assist. Normally a listener would identify a person in need and send a detailed email request or fill out a form on Jacaranda's website. The station will then assess and match the request with a relevant sponsor willing to assist. This takes place every Wednesday morning on “This is breakfast with Martin Bester”. LottoStar has chosen GMA as the beneficiaries of the additional winnings in this “How lucky can you get?” competition.
The LottoStar and 702 “How lucky can you get?” competition – Charity Contributions
Othandweni Children’s Home in Soweto
Final Contribution: R110 500. Othandweni Children’s Home was founded in 1984 as a haven for abandoned children aged from birth until the age of 18 years. The name Othandweni means a “place of love”. It caters for 90 children and it’s situated in Mofolo South, Soweto. The home as a place of safety helps these children by placing them in suitable foster homes. However, those that can’t be placed remain at the home for as long as possible.
The LottoStar and KFM “May Money Madness” competition – Charity Contributions
Woodside Special Care Centre
Final Contribution: R110 000. The Woodside Special Care Centre was established in 1976 and provides 24-hour care to 80 intellectually and physically disabled residents. Woodside provides 24-hour nursing and therapeutic care to its residents which is comprised of physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, self help skills as well as respite care to parents with children who are mentally disabled.
Saartjie Baartman Center for Women and Children
Saartjie Baartman Center for Women and Children
Final Contribution: R625 000. SBCWC is a Cape Town based center for abused women and children that provides 24-hour crisis support, shelter, legal assistance and job skills training. The establishment was named in honour of Saartjie Baartman who suffered various types of abuse during the 18th century. Due to the increasing rate of gender-based violence in South Africa, the center aims to promote awareness and create a society where the human rights of women are respected. SBCWC hosts various events and campaigns to address gender-based violence issues in different communities around theWestern Cape. To contribute to the SBCWC, you can make financial or material donations or volunteer your time. The centre is one of the charity organisations that will receive contributions from LottoStar and Kfm’s Big September – Bet for a Million competition as part of the #WeAreNotNext Initiative.
LottoStar Contributes R100 000 to Judith’s Long-Awaited Surgery
LottoStar | Good Morning Angels
Judith Xaba is a caring and dedicated mother, who after her two-relatives passed on, took in their orphaned children. 10 years ago, she broke her leg after slipping at her home and the treatment she received for her broken appendage at the time, only worsened her injury. Due to the increased pain and immobility caused by her deteriorating leg, Judith is currently only able to go home to her children once a month. After examining Judith’s leg, the doctors at Midstream found that her case is, unfortunately, more complicated than they originally anticipated.
LottoStar | KFM May Money Madness competition – Charity Contributions
Reach for a dream
Final Contribution: R113 000. Reach for a dream (RFAD) has been making children’s dreams a reality for over 31 years now. It was founded by Owen Parnell, who was inspired by a similar American-based foundation, Make-A-Wish. Every day, RFAD makes dreams of South African children who are fighting life-threatening diseases, come true through different projects and campaigns. Some of the popular campaigns that RFAD runs with the help of sponsors are the Slipper day, Dream Riders and the Show You Care Send A bear.
1000 WOMEN 1 VOICE
1000 WOMEN 1 VOICE
Final contribution: R625 000. The 1000 Women 1 Voice initiative focuses on creating awareness, providing safespaces and resources for women and girls who are victims and survivors of domestic violence, abuse and rape. This Cape Town based NGO has been at the forefront of advancing women’s human rights since 2003. In 2004, the WHEAT Trust mobilised 1000 women to unite against domestic violence in Cape Town and raised funds that went to different women-led initiatives. 1000 Women has been chosen by LottoStar to be a recipient of some of the funds raised through the Big September competition with Kfm as part of the #WeAreNotNext campaign.
The Big Favour receives contribution from the How Lucky Can You Get? competition
LottoStar | East Coast Radio The Big Favour
Final Contribution: R259 750. The Big Favour is an East Coast Radio feature which is centred around giving back to the less fortunate. Through the various acts of kindness and generosity of sponsors, The Big Favour assists individuals and organisations with various needs. For over ten years, the inspiring and heartfelt stories featured on the show, have touched the hearts of many listeners as well as East Coast Radio presenters.
LottoStar | KFM May Money Madness competition – Charity Contributions
The Cape Heart Community and Educational Theatre Company
Final Contribution: R56 000. The Cape Heart Community and Educational Theatre Company is a non-profit organisation that seeks to address socio-economic issues through theatre. The organisation creates a dialogue between the audience and the cast unlike in the traditional theatre performances. “Theatre then becomes an extraordinary tool for transforming monologue into dialogue”, this is according to the Cape Heart Community and Educational Theatre Company.
LottoStar donates R110 000 to 16-year-old girl diagnosed with osteoporosis
LottoStar | Good Morning Angels
Our hearts were deeply moved upon hearing Emily Zawe’s story on Jacaranda FM’s Good Morning Angels. The 16-year-old Grade 10 learner at Clapham High School, Queenswood, Pretoria, has been fighting Brittle Bone disease since her toddler age of 18 months. Her life took a turn for the worst when she was diagnosed with osteoporosis in April 2019. Emily has had 55 fractures and bone breaks. Her deteriorating health and diagnosis have led her to not be able to walk on her own and is now in need of a specialised electronic wheelchair. Emily’s mother, Tamara Zawe, is also not able to keep up with the financial demands that Emily’s treatment requires. Therefore, LottoStar has donated R110 000 towards Emily’s specialised electronic wheelchair.
Lawyers Against Abuse
Lawyers Against Abuse
Final Contributions: R400 000. Lawyers Against Abuse (LvA) was founded in 2011 by 5 exceptional women, with one common cause - to fight gender-based violence. LvA is dedicated to helping victims of gender-based violence by providing them with integrated legal and psychological support. In addition, to assisting their clients with legal and psychological support, the organisation empowers communities through campaigns and workshops to help educate them on GBV. Ultimately, LvA strives to address the broader issues that lead to violence against women. You can get involved and help LvA in their fight through various avenues such as: donations, attending one of their events and much more. the foundation is one of the charity organisations that would receive contributions from LottoStar and 947’s Big September – Bet for a Million competition as part of the #WeAreNotNext initiative.
TEARS Foundation
TEARS Foundation
Final contributions: R400 000. TEARS Foundation is a registered non-profit organisation based in Gauteng. TEARS provides crisis intervention, advocacy, counselling and prevention services to victims and those impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child sexual abuse. The foundation uses the teardrop logo as a symbol of ‘weeping at the violence and degradation suffered by rape and abuse victims. It’s also a symbol of cleansing, healing and hope.’ Victims and survivors can get in touch with the foundation by using this USSD code (*134*7355#) or landline (010 590 5920) found on their website and social media pages. The foundation is one of the charity organisations that would receive contributions from LottoStar and 947’s Big September – Bet for a Million competition as part of the #WeAreNotNext initiative.
LottoStar contributes R100 000 to The Character Company’s mentorship programme
LottoStar | The Character Company
The Character Company is an NGO that offers long-term mentorship programmes to boys from the ages of 5 to 10 years old from fatherless households. The mentorship programmes’ main aim is to help raise boys to be good men with strong values to and to have a positive impact on their families, communities and societies. These programmes are currently available in the Gauteng, Western Cape and Eastern Cape provinces. The programmes comprise of weekly activities, weekend activities, various camps throughout the year, support structures for single mothers and long-term mentorship for young boys with absent fathers.
Ona Dubula’s Story
Ona Dubula is a young courageous and lively 14-year-old from Hout Bay who got shot four times during a clash between police and protesters. Ona had to undergo surgery and doctors concluded that his speech would be permanently affected.

His family suffered severe trauma and were completely devastated leaving his mom, Phumeza Dubula, in complete disappear as she had no job and was unable to help her son financially.

LottoStar and KFM came to the rescue once again and Phumeza now has a job. LottoStar went the extra mile will be paying R5000 per month for 12 months into Phumeza’s bank account. In addition to this, LottoStar wanted Ona to receive the best treatment and offered to assist with medical and speech therapy bills. The LottoStar team salutes Ona and wishes him all the best with a speedy recovery.
LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition
1st LottoStar Bursary Winner – Nonkululeko’s Long Road
Nonkululeko an ambitious 23-year-old studying 3rd year in Medicine at the University of Witwatersrand was the first winner selected in the LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition. Nonkululeko was raised by her two older brothers in KwaSwayimane, a small village outside Pietermaritzburg as she lost both her parents when she was very young. Sadly, she also lost her brother recently in a hijacking in Durban.

Nonkululeko was in disappear as she needed urgent funding to complete her degree to become a doctor. Her brothers had attempted various ways to obtain money needed for their sister studies but failed. She owed the University close to R95 000 and tried her best to raise the funds by working part-time and registering on crowdfunding websites.

On the 15 September, her dream finally came true when LottoStar offered to assist her financially in completing her life-time dream. Nonkululeko was overwhelmed and extremely grateful for the generous help. LottoStar is proud to be a part of her dream and journey – Good Luck Nonkululeko!
Black Panther Screening
Actors, John Kani and Connie Chiume, starring in the Black Panther film (a SA inspired movie) had one wish! Their wish was that the kids of SA would have an opportunity to watch the screening of an epic film, Black Panther.

Their wish was answered when the 947 team together with LottoStar, managed to raise a total of R1,039,800.00 of which LottoStar donated over R173,200.00.

This generous amount was raised to take 8000 young SA children, from underprivileged backgrounds, to watch the first black superhero film.

For John and Connie, their wish has been fulfilled!
Kgosana’s “little king” dream
Kgosana Matima is a talented 16-year-old who had a dream to play rugby with his team in Texas, USA but due to financial straits his dream seemed unreachable. Following an emotional plea for sponsorship on the 947 Breakfast show by his mom Manana, LottoStar made Kgosana’s dream come true and paid the full cost for his trip which amounted to R35,200.00.

LottoStar firmly believes in giving back to society and making a big difference in people’s lives, and this is exactly what happened in Kgosana’s case. We all believe in you Kgosana or as you would like to be called, Kay-Gee. You are an inspiration to many!

LottoStar recently received an update from Kgosana Matima. We would love for you to read it.
LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition
2nd LottoStar Bursary Winner – Erica Crook
Erica Crook a matric student at Johari Christian Academy in Benoni, became the second winner in the LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition. Her family struggled a great deal, working at a coffee shop to make ends meet. They were forced to leave Cape Town and move to Johannesburg with merely their clothes on their back!

Erica is extremely clever and has an aggregate of 96% and for this reason she was accepted into The University of Cape Town (UCT). However, due to financial strain she was unable to pay for her studies. LottoStar came to the rescue and gave Erica a bursary to the value of R250 000. LottoStar wishes you the best of luck Erica, we are proud of you!
Baby Hannah’s Touching Story
Our hearts poured out to Baby Hannah, who was born with a rare condition which resulted in only half her face being formed, leaving her with only one eye and half a nose.

947 had received an email from Hannah’s father, a dedicated policeman, explaining exactly what had happened and providing detailed information on Baby Hannah’s condition. In this email he had mentioned that the family needed R5000 for their precious daughter’s eye operation. Upon hearing this touching story, LottoStar donated R5000 and an additional R95 000, totalling R100 000 to assist with Baby Hannah’s medical expenses. After hearing the heart-warming story and support from LottoStar, the people of Johannesburg united and donated additional funds to help Baby Hannah.

This was a great relief to the family. They were extremely grateful and ever so touched. The LottoStar team wishes Baby Hannah and her lovely family all the best and are blessed to be part of Baby Hannah’s journey.
LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition
3rd LottoStar Bursary Winner – Little Jordan’s Big Dreams
Little Jordon, 10-years-old at the time, was the third winner in the LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition. Even though she had a tough life, she has put all that aside and has stayed strong! She started her own little business selling trinkets such as bookmarks and earrings to raise money for a better education and future. Her mother, who has 3 children, has been the sole provider working and studying at the same time to provide for her family. Unfortunately, little Jordon lost her father in 2012 and for these reasons she decided to try her best to help her family.

Jordon is extremely clever and talented and would like to become either the first female South African President, a doctor or a businesswoman. LottoStar selected little Jordon due to her determination, strong ambition, extreme drive and many other positive factors and offered her a bursary to the value of R250 000. The family can now rest assured that her future is taken care of. Well done Jordon, you are a true inspiration to everyone!
Archery World Championships: Marjone’s dream
Marjone Mulholland, a teacher by day, does not only have a love for children but has grown a passion for the sport, Archery. Marjone absolutely adores this sport and takes it very seriously indeed. She has been playing for the last 9 years and has been awarded Protea colours in 3D Archery, Field Archery and Indoor Archery.

She was extremely keen to take part in the International Bowhunting Organisation’s World Championship event at Snowshoe Mountain, West Virginia in the USA which takes place from the 9-11 August 2018. Due to the cost of attending such an event, it was a decision to think about. LottoStar heard about Marjone’s story and was happy and proud to sponsor the full amount of R25 000 to enable Marjone to compete in the USA in August.

LottoStar is proud to sponsor Marjone and our best wishes accompany her for this world event!
Jack’s Story
Jack Sekalo is a highly motivated, business-minded young man who dreamt of becoming a charted accountant but struggled to pay for his studies. In his matric year, he lectured mathematics to other students, while he studied by candlelight at night.

Things were tough for Jack yet he tried his utmost best to study and work at the same time. Upon hearing this touching story, LottoStar contributed R341 900 to cover the costs of the degree.

Thanks to LottoStar, Jack now has the opportunity to start his 3rd year at the University of the Free State, and finally complete his Bachelor of Accounting degree.
LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition
4th LottoStar Bursary Winner – Precious Senyakanyaka
Precious Senyakanyaka, a 21-year-old who matriculated in 2014 from Sir Pierre Ryneveld High School in Kempton Park, was selected as the fourth winner in the LottoStar 947 Big September Bursary Competition. Precious has a dream to become a teacher and is passionate about education. She helps mark scripts for Shukumani Primary School in her spare time and started working at a company called Talk IP, as a connectivity liaison. However, her heart was still set on becoming a teacher.

She enrolled for a Bachelor of Education at UNISA in 2015, but only got to study 4 modules as she was unable to afford to carry on. LottoStar answered her wishes by presented her with a R250 000 bursary to carry on with her studies. Precious vowed to make us proud. LottoStar wishes you the best of luck and believes you will excel and make us proud.
Truck of Love Story
The KFM 'Truck of Love' together with LottoStar, who donated R150 000, worked together yet again to spread love, joy, support, and gifts to children in need.

On this particular day, in the month of December, the team planned a special trip to these amazing organisations namely the Pebbles Project Trust in Stellenbosch, Leliebloem House in Cape Town and The Brooklyn Chest Hospital Ward B in Brooklyn, Western Cape.

Supplies and gifts were handed out to the children who welcomed the team with cheers and festive tunes.

LottoStar is proud and extremely happy to be part of such an amazing initiative. This will never be forgotten!
Chante’s Story
LottoStar is passionate about education. We believe that education is crucial to empowering the lives of all South Africans. Chante is certainly no exception. Chantel Richardson (Chante’s Aunt) sent KFM a Christmas Wish on behalf of her 18-year-old niece. This diligent young lady had matriculated in 2014 with five distinctions and was a medical student at Stellenbosch University.

She completed her first year with three distinctions, but sadly her family could not afford to continue paying her tuition for her second year. So, we took it upon ourselves to provide Chante with the financial assistance she needs to continue her journey to become a medical professional one day, by paying R55 000 for her second year at Stellenbosch University.
Lisa’s Story
Lisa Sibanda is interested in beauty therapy, but unfortunately for her, the tuition fees of the beauty school that she was hoping to study at was far out of her price range. She also completed ITEC international certification in Beauty Specialist as she wrote the international exams as well as the local exams and passed with an average of above 70%. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to pursue their dreams.

So, with a helping hand from LottoStar, she is now able to achieve her National Certificate in Beauty/Nail Technology at the Hydro International College. Dreams do come true, with a little help from LottoStar.
The Caylum Willemse Foundation
Caylum Willemse suffers from a rare birth defect known as Tracheo-Oesophageal Fistula (TOF/OA). He has a 70% collapse in his left main bronchus that leads to his lung and has been resuscitated more than ten times in his very short life.

Caylum has spent most of his young life in Intensive Care. He needs to be sent to the Boston Children’s Hospital and assessed by Dr Rusty Jennings to see whether he is a candidate for a revolutionary new procedure that could save his life.

Thanks to donations from LottoStar, Caylum is on his way to the Boston Children’s Hospital to receive the lifesaving healthcare he deserves. We hope and pray that there is a happy ending to his story.
Matika’s Christmas Wish
Matika Ramalatsoa is a brave 4-year-old girl who is undergoing treatment for phase 5 Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and is in hospital for weekly Chemotherapy, lumber punctures and various injections. Her Occupational Therapist at Johannesburg General Hospital; Nicky Forssman, wrote a letter to the 947 Breakfast Xpress team explaining her situation.

Matika lives with her mother, father, 2 siblings, and her niece and nephew in a 2-bedroom house in Cosmo City. Her costly treatment had placed major financial strain on her parents who were barely coping before her diagnoses.

Matika was taken to Johannesburg Gen about a year ago with headaches, sore joints, a distended stomach and severe nausea. The pain soon spread to her legs and she couldn’t control her bowl movements any longer, the doctors then realised that something not quite right. After scans and blood tests, Matika was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, which is a cancer that attacks white blood cells. They also realized that she had Arachnoiditis: which is disorder that causes severe pain due to the swelling of the brain and sometimes the spinal cord.

Her touching story moved the hearts of 947 to find help for her and that’s where we stepped in… After hearing her moving story, we donated R36 000 towards school fees for Matika’s 3 siblings, R3000 a month for groceries for a whole year (R36 000), R10 000 for transport costs, and R10 000 for Matika’s daily needs which include: food, nappies and clothing.

It touches our hearts to know that Matika and her family can rest assured knowing that we have them covered.
Liam’s Christmas Wish
Little 8 year old Liam Markham suffers from cerebral palsy and sever epilepsy. His parents could not afford adequate treatment to help him with his condition because his mother Monique is unemployed and his father works on a short term contract.

So, they wrote to KFM describing his situation and they immediately contacted us. Thanks to help from Lottostar, Liam now receives regular treatment and care.

We also bought Liam a bath lift, bed rails, an electric hoist and a sling to the value of R45 000. Liam’s family can rest assured that Liam has all the equipment he needs to have a chance at a normal life.

LottoStar is not only changing the lives of our winners, but we’re also changing the lives of those who suffer with critical health conditions by giving them the much needed financial relief they deserve.
Zinzi’s Christmas Wish
Zinzi is a highly intelligent, studious young 14 year old girl from Johannesburg. She wrote an inspiring letter to 947 for their Christmas Wish campaign and they contacted us immediately telling us that we just had to read her moving letter.

She is a straight-A student that had been lucky enough to receive funds from a financial aid scheme so that she could go on to High School, but due to corrupt maladministration of funds, the money for her schooling was stolen and she was forced to stay home for an entire year.

All she was asking for was a good quality laptop so that she could complete her schooling through an online college, but we stepped in and changed her life forever by paying R450 000 for her entire high school education at Potchefstroom Girls High School.

Zinzi is now well on her way to achieving her dream of working at the CSIR and becoming one of South Africa’s future innovators. Her courage and determination is an inspiration to everyone at LottoStar.
The Chaeli Campaign
The Chaeli Campaign is a non-profit organization that is the brainchild of five young girls from Cape Town. The organization was founded to provide therapy, outreach programmes, vocation training and rehabilitation to “differently-abled” children across the country.

LottoStar’s involvement with the Chaeli Campaign and its founder, Chaeli Mycroft, has helped the organization rise to new heights. Chaeli’s mother and CEO of the organization, Zelda Mycroft, had this to say: “The Chaeli Campaign is delighted to partner with LottoStar in creating opportunities for children with disabilities, to claim their role as agents of change within their families and communities. Living in possibility, being ability-focused and creating more inclusive communities is at the heart of the work done through Chaeli Campaign programmes and we are delighted to have LottoStar supporting this life-changing work in such a tangible way.”

We take much pride in being able to help the Chaeli Campaign achieve their goal of gaining general acceptance for disadvantaged individuals with disabilities. We know that their hard work will continue to change the lives of many who have lost hope – Keep up the good work Chaeli Campaign.
The Grace Factory
We helped provide for the basic needs of underprivileged mothers of new-born babies by donating R1 Million to the Grace Factory. The money went towards maternity packs for new moms and a delivery van for the Grace Factory so they can deliver hope to families around Gauteng. This will help ensure that more newborn children have a warm blanket at night, nappies, wet wipes, soaps, a baby grow, a cloth, a towel and other necessities.

Our staff also got involved in the initiative by spending 4 days assisting the Grace Factory pack and deliver maternity packs to hospitals across Gauteng. Everyone at the Grace Factory was so thankful for our contribution, that they wrote us a heartfelt letter to show their appreciation.

This is what they had to say: “Dear Tasoullah and team, A huge thank you from The Grace Factory for the amazing vehicle that you donated to us. We are not sure how to put in words how much this helps us. We fetched this vehicle today and Alison did about 4 collections and 2 deliveries today. We have a driver starting in January 2017 and couldn't be more excited.

Thanks to LottoStar and 947, we are able to help more moms and babies in need. We really want to thank you and say that we appreciate this gift from the bottom of our hearts.

Best Wishes, Amy – The Grace Factory”
Cape Town Mom Gives Birth To Quadruplets!
Inga Mafenuka, a 22-year-old first-time mom from Khayelitsha, naturally gave birth to healthy quadruplets via C-section on Friday, 6 July 2018. Inga said that even though it only sunk in when she gave birth to her miracles, she has no choice but to be the best mother for her miracle tots. The quadruplets were born at the Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town - a first in more than 10 years.

Upon hearing this incredible story, LottoStar offered to assist Inga and her angelic bambinos financially. We will be contributing R10 000 per month for the next 12 months. We wish Inga and her picture-perfect toddlers the best of luck!
LottoStar & 947 Big September - Charitable Contributions
Thato Kgatlhanye’s solar-powered backpacks

Final Contribution: R140,000

A brilliant concept founded by Thato Kgatlhanye’s, a 22-year-old entrepreneur who grew up in Rustenburg, and saw the need to develop solar-powered backpacks for children in rural areas who lack electricity at home. The solar-powered backpacks are made from recycled plastic bags which includes a charging device that provides 6-9 hours of light.

Thato initially found it very hard to get her idea in motion, due to the lack of funds. However, she never lost hope and kept trying her best! She quotes, “We had the words to describe our product, so we entered start-up competitions and applied for grants, putting all our energy into writing the best proposals you can imagine.”

Thato’s invention has become extremely favoured and has developed into a social enterprise called Rethaka. Over a short period of time, Rethaka has flourished and has become well-known and recognised all over the world!
LottoStar & 947 Big September - Charitable Contributions
Door of Hope - a Special Place of Faith, Hope and Love

Final Contribution: R172,500

This Non-Profit, Public and Faith-Based organisation located in Johannesburg, helps destitute children in underprivileged communities.

Door of Hope is dedicated in developing children in 5 key areas: Character, Competence, Calling, Confidence and Courage. Their mission is to: Save Abandoned Babies, Bringing Children Home, Building People of Character and Bridging a Better World.

Dee Blackie, a Child Protection Activist, said: “Without Door of Hope, many abandoned babies would be at risk of dying in Johannesburg. Instead, they are cared for, loved and supported on their journey towards finding a forever family.”

Door of Hope helps to build survival skills, self-respect, good morals and confidence for children to lead fruitful lives.
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SAPESI

Final Contribution: R60,000

SAPESI which proudly stands for South African Primary Education Support Initiative, is a non-profit organisation that aims to improve literacy and numeracy amongst underprivileged children in primary schools all over South Africa.

SAPESI believe that reading is key and constantly encourage children to read. For this very reason the non-profit organisation imports second-hand libraries from Japan. These mobile libraries are in the form of buses and once received, they are donated to the provincial Departments of Education.

SAPESI are extremely grateful for all the support they have received and reiterated that the generous donations have helped and continue to help many children in South Africa.
LottoStar & 947 Big September - Charitable Contributions
South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind

Final Contribution: R117,500

The South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind, also known as the GDA, was founded in 1953 by a South African, Gladys Evans. She came up with the GDA idea after she was trained in England with her beloved guide dog named Sheena.

The GDA is a Non-Profit and Public Benefit organisation with a sole purpose of enhancing the mobility and independence of people who have visual, physical and developmental needs.

The GDA breed and train their own dogs, mainly Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, cross Labrador/Golden Retrievers and German Shepherd Dogs.

These devoted Guide Dogs impact their owners lives in a positive way and remain companions for life!
LottoStar & KFM Big September - Charitable Contributions
Red Cross Children's Hospital Trust

Final Contribution: R212,500

The Red Cross Children's Hospital Trust was established in 1994. This independant, non-profit Trust raises funds to support the first stand-alone Hospital called, The Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital.

This incredible Trust relies on donations to ensure that the Children’s Hospital continues to provide life-changing and life-saving care for children. The donations received by generous sponsors has helped raise over R600 million over the past two decades.

Former president and international icon, the late Mr. Nelson Mandela once said, “It is known throughout the world as a centre of excellence for pioneering research and treatment of childhood diseases and as the premier centre of specialist paediatric training in Africa. Though located in Cape Town, it has become a national and international resource.”

A letter of appreciation was received from The Children's Hospital Trust on 22 October 2018:

Chantel Cooper, Head of Fundraising, had this to say, "Please express our sincere appreciation to all you have been involved in supporting the campaign. We are sincerely grateful that the KFM Breakfast team selected us as their charity of choice and grateful to Lottostar for the generous donation. One hundred percent of the donation has been allocated to the Upgrade and Expansion of the Emergency Centre that will start in March 2019."

(Click on VIEW BLOG to read more)
LottoStar & KFM Big September - Charitable Contributions
Philisa Abafazi Bethu

Final Contribution: R105,000

Philisa Abafazi Bethu is Xhosa for “Heal Our Women”. This non-profit organisation was founded in 2008 by Lucinda Evans and helps women in need of shelter and support.

Philisa Abafazi Bethu operates in Lavender Hill, a township in Cape Town which has a high rate of crime, substance abuse, gangsterism and violence between women and children. The organisation has been growing and is currently running different projects namely: The After School Program, Life Coaching, Women’s Support Group, Senior Program and Emergency Safe House.

Volunteers who have worked with this incredible organisation, have described their experience as life-changing and empowering.

Philisa Abafazi Bethu is an outstanding organisation that has done great work supporting women and children in need.
LottoStar & KFM Big September - Charitable Contributions
Paedspal Paediatric Palliative Care

Final Contribution: R125,000

Paedspal Palliative Care (PPC) opened in 2016 and is located in the Rondebosch Medical Centre, the first of its kind in the Western Cape. The facility provides care and support for children living with life-threatening illnesses.

This non-profit organisation was developed to care for children with life-limiting conditions by managing physical, psychological, emotional and existential suffering.

A recent study published in Palliative medicine shows that the need for Paedspal Palliative Care will double by 2040. Therefore, more quality PPC services are needed to make it possible to provide the best care and continue producing the best results in Paedspal Palliative Care.
LottoStar & KFM Big September - Charitable Contributions
MOT South Africa

Final Contribution: R45,000

MOT is derived from the Norwegian word ‘mot’ which means, the ability to show courage and stand against violence and drug use. MOT works with youth between the ages of 12-25 years old and teaches them life choices as well as different ways to reach their full potential.

MOT which was founded in 2016, offers training programs which focuses on essential life and social skills such as: respect and care, self-confidence, sound values and much more.

Programs such as MOT are vital, and their incredible work and dedication is recognised in society as well as around the world!
LottoStar donates computers to Yedwa Primary School in Nelspruit!
LottoStar continues to bring joy and excitement!

This time around, LottoStar visits a school in Pienaar, a rural settlement in Nelspruit, called Yedwa Primary School and donates 14 LENOVO computers, which will be utilized by the pupils for research, obtaining information, share ideas and increase their computer skills.

Mr. Khoza, the principal, was extremely grateful for the contribution from LottoStar which is the first of it's kind and believes this will benefit everyone.

The computers will be connected to the school's Wi-Fi allowing easy access.

LottoStar is very happy to assist in an area which is so vital to the country - the education of youth!

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