Our impactWe believe that giving back to our community is a vital part of our work
Amber Wolf Studios adopted their first beehive in 2020!
“Our #honeybeeheroes adopt-a-beehive program offers people from around the world an opportunity to directly help honeybees without the challenges of operating their own beehives. It’s a simple, hands-off way to aid nature’s pollination process whilst giving you the satisfaction of doing your part to help the environment.
At Honey House, we work to protect our local pollinators through colony growth and ethical beekeeping practices. Our tiny heroes are under threat worldwide mainly from intensive farming, habitat loss, improper use of pesticides, and climate change.
We are playing an active part in helping reverse the decline of the honeybee whilst showcasing the health and taste benefits of raw, South African, artisan honey.”
To find out more visit – www.honeybeeheroes.com
Amber Wolf Studios will be sponsoring Zoe until she is adopted!
“Zoe is one in a million all time amazing girl with love for days to give, she adores people…. Big and small. Has love for days to give a family. But like her Mom Nala she will need to be an only dog. She gets super reactive when dogs walk past her kennel or near her. Being really still a silly puppy she’s got all that puppy energy and is like a little energizer bunny, will play for ages. You can take her for nice long walks and she’ll come back pooped, but a 5 minute ‘down’ time is all she needs and she’s rearing to go again.”
Visit their website now to adopt Zoe – www.pitpals.org.za
Giving is Living
“In many impoverished settlements and townships in South Africa, dogs are suffering in extreme weather conditions. Many of these dogs do not have any access to shelter and are exposed to all the elements mother nature has to offer. With Summer temperatures reaching highs of 38 degrees many animals do not have access to shade or shelter and are often left with severe sunburn, heatstroke and dehydration.”
“The Giving is Living Initiative serves to collect donations, monetary or otherwise, to distribute to the many animal charities in South Africa – focussing on the ones that are in the most amount of need.”
Visit their website to give back – www.givingisliving.co.za
“Pit Pals is committed to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming Pitbulls and other power breeds, including but not limited to, Bull Terriers and Staffordshire Bull Terrier. We are a pro quality of life shelter who is dedicated to the physical and mental state of an animal. We are dedicated to assisting the public where necessary to help train them along with and their dog to try and reduce the need of animal surrendering and thus adding to the overflowing shelters.”
Visit their website to give back – www.pitpals.org.za
Barn Yard Stables
“Barn Yard Stables has been helping horses in need in Mthatha, Transkei, South Africa since 2000. A record of each animal is kept so it’s progress can be monitored by Barn Yard Stables. Janine is well known in her area, and often horse riders come from afar to bring their horses, donkeys and dogs to be seen by her. Often they are so ill or injured that they are brought it shopping trolleys or wheelbarrows.”
Visit their website to give back – www.barnyardstables.co.za
GIRL POWER 021
“Rhino Powerlifting Club South Africa is a national Powerlifting club run by lifters for lifters. We are affiliated to the Global Powerlifting Committee (GPC) that provides a platform for our strength athletes to test themselves against the best in the world. The club was founded by Ian Morris in January 2013 and even though we are still a small “federation” we already have several world champions and world records to show for it.”
Visit their website tofind out more – www.rhinopowerlifting.com