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My name is Climent Maluleke, Founder of THE BEE YOUTH ORGANISATION. We are a registered non-profit community-based organisation. We work with learners and unemployed youth to transform education and reduce unemployment rates by partnering with institutions, companies, parents and community leadership.

We just partnered with Oxford University Press and ORTSA and they Donated dictionaries to different schools in Limpopo. During the donation process, we discovered that most girls are not attending school sometimes because of a lack of sanitary pads. What hurts me most is discovering that one of my best spellers during the spelling bee competition I hosted was not at school because she couldn't afford sanitary ware.

As THE BEE YOUTH, we want to change that by getting all the girls pads that will cover them till the end of the year so they can not miss their school days again.

Help me help the girls.


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Donations to date

R 1 174.05

Fundraising target

R 35 000.00



 We are a registered non-profit community-based organization working with learners to transform education by providing study skills and be the bridging gap between tertiary institutions and community leaders.

we are currently seeking funding or donations so we can buy sanitary towels for schoolgirls in Limpopo province. We have conducted research and found out that a lot of our girls are missing out of school because of a lack of sanitary towels. We have created a partnership with a company that provides reusable pads.

Our goal is to raise 15000 so we can cover most of the areas in underprivileged communities in Limpopo.