How Betway is helping disabled sports in SA
The sports betting company donated R20,000 to support disabled sports in SA
As a leading online betting company with the most sports betting experience across Africa, Betway is no stranger to success. The company believes in paying it forward and that it has a responsibility to society. This year, Betway partnered with 94.7 to give a listener the chance to win R20,000 for themselves and select one of three charities to donate R20,000 to, courtesy of Betway. Betway's three featured charities were:
Wheelchair Tennis South Africa: Wheelchair tennis is one of the fastest-growing wheelchair sports worldwide. WTSA considers SA one of the global success stories in making the sport known; Ahisanang Sechaba: This non-governmental organisation helps take children from street to soccer field to keep them away from drugs while encouraging them to pursue their dreams; and Thobela Centre for the Mentally Handicapped: The centre works with adults and children living with disabilities, focusing on engagement through sport while teaching life skills.