Legacy Lifestyle

We are excited to announce the launch of our partnership with Legacy Lifestyle, the premium luxury rewards programme in Africa. Legacy Lifestyle Members may now select StreetSmart SA as their nominated beneficiary and contribute towards our cause whether visiting a restaurant or any of the other 200 luxury Brand Partners.

Rewards are made simple with Legacy Lifestyle where your cellphone number is your membership number and 1 Lifestyle Rand = 1 South African rand. Select StreetSmart as your beneficiary and 5% of the rewards you earn from Partners will automatically be donated to making a difference in the lives of street children and other children at risk.

Get the Legacy Lifestyle Mobi App for iOS and Android handsets, www.legacylifestyle.co.za/thelifestyleapp, to find the Partners, Convert Voyager Miles to Lifestyle Rands and vice versa, link your Dis-Chem Benefits Card or even purchase movie tickets, iTunes and Spree Vouchers.




StreetSmart SA, an organisation dedicated to helping street children rebuild their lives through donations from restaurants in the Western Cape and Gauteng, has handed R50 000 to Masizame Children's Shelter, their Plettenberg Bay beneficiary for 2016.


Masizame offers food, a shower, life-skills training, mentorship and guidance to street children. This is followed up by intervention services with the goal of helping children to reach their full potential and become responsible contributing members of their communities.



“We are extremely proud to have doubled the efforts of last year and to be able to contribute to Masizame. We hope to double that yet again in the coming year!” said Karen Spurrier, co-ordinator of StreetSmart Plettenberg Bay.

Read more: StreetSmart Plett raises R50 000 for Children’s Shelter  

StreetSmart SA, an organisation dedicated to helping street children rebuild their lives through donations from restaurants in the Western Cape and Gauteng, has handed R40 000 to the Swellendam Bursary Fund, their Swellendam beneficiary for 2016.

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The Swellendam Bursary Fund provides bursaries to promising local young people wishing to study at university or college, but who do not have the means to pay for their studies.

Having raised R6,965 in aid of StreetSmart, La Sosta restaurant was the leading contributing restaurant in Swellendam over the past year.

"I am honoured to co-ordinate the Swellendam area for StreetSmart. I see great potential and look forward to making a difference with all the restaurateurs in Swellendam and surrounding areas. I am particularly touched by the dreams that have already been realised with StreetSmart funding and am convinced that with the support of those who can, we are able to at least triple that amount in the year ahead," said Sem Kallen, the newly elected co-ordinator of StreetSmart Swellendam.

Nationally, StreetSmart South Africa has donated the grand sum of R1,05 million for 2016 to various charities  working towards the upliftment of street children. In addition to the Swellendam Bursary Fund, the other beneficiaries are: Cape Town Multi Service Centre, Home from Home, Learn to Live, Ons Plek, T.L.C. Outreach Projects, Zip Zap Circus in Cape Town; Kusasa in Franschhoek, Home from Home in Stellenbosch, Grabouw ECD Centre in Helderberg, Kids Haven in Johannesburg, Masizame in Plettenberg Bay; and PEN in Pretoria. 

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“2015 has been another exceptional year for StreetSmart SA! We celebrated 10 years, expanded our support to 23 programmes, and for the second time, StreetSmart has disbursed over R1 million to beneficiaries nationally. We are thrilled to continue our support of the selected StreetSmart Swellendam beneficiary for 2016. We also extend a hearty welcome to Sem Kallen, who will be taking over the local co-ordinator role from Henk Klijn, who initiated StreetSmart Swellendam in 2013. The local committee of four members is the driving force behind the success and expansion of StreetSmart Swellendam,” says Melanie Burke, Chairman of StreetSmart SA.

Read more: StreetSmart Swellendam raises R40 000 for study bursaries


1.  La Mouette (Cape Town), raised R73 095.00

2.  The Saxon Hotel, Villas & Spa (Johannesburg), raised R52 385.53

3.  Taj Cape Town, raised R48 962.88

4.  Savoy Cabbage (Cape Town), raised R44 142.40

5.  Licorish Bistro (Johannesburg), raised R35 960


We are very grateful for the partnership and support of StreetSmart Restaurants.

May we together continue to assist street children and children at risk to better their lives, for many years to come!




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A message from our founding Patron

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"It gives me great pleasure to support StreetSmart South Africa.  So when you are enjoying an evening out with good foods, good wine and good company, reflect on how your life is enriched.  Then do a kind thing.  Give to StreetSmart.  God bless you."

Desmond M Tutu Archbishop Emeritus

Founding Patron of StreetSmart South Africa


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