We Adopted an Orphanage YouTube Video
We Adopted an Orphanage YouTube Video Description
Yet another video sponsored by Lectric eBikes (https://lectricebikes.com). These people are beyond amazing and are dedicated to giving back. Please go show them some love and appreciation for all they enable us to do. #ad
And a massive thank you to Checkers Sixty60 (https://www.sixty60.co.za) and RCL Foods (https://rclfoods.com) who have both stepped up for Mama Rosie and the kids by supplying enough food to feed them for at least a year.
But Mama Rosie and the kids need all the help they can get. Please show them the love and appreciation they deserve by donating whatever you can. You can click the Donate button, visit our website (https://www.beastphilanthropy.org/campaign/rebuilding-baphumelele ), or give directly to the home (https://baphumelele.org.za/).
You can also help support Baphumelele by purchasing the merch that the kids themselves designed. All profit from this merch is donated to the orphanage.
Many of you have commented on the music in the videos. Did you know that @DanMace scores every note in every video with his amazing crew? Now you can enjoy this music on Spotify and, just like the channel, every penny we earn will be put back into the projects we do. (https://open.spotify.com/artist/400iD3n8DqB8wGqxDv6pSB)
Filmed and Edited by: Dan Mace (@DanMace )
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Beast Philanthropy Video Disclaimer: This video was produced by Beast Philanthropy Productions, LLC, a North Carolina limited liability company. Any revenue generated for Beast Philanthropy Productions, LLC from this video will be donated to MrCharity, Inc. dba Beast Philanthropy, a North Carolina 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. #sponsored
We Adopted an Orphanage Automated Transcript By Speak
Six months ago, this orphanage in South Africa looked like this and despite having saved more than 5000 children’s lives over time, he was about to get shut down.When hearing about this, we made it our mission to ensure this doesn’t happen by rebuilding 12 new homes with an ongoing supply of fresh food as well as a brand new playground. This is Mama Rosie who started the Bama Lele orphanage 30 years ago after a baby was abandoned on her doorstep. Mama
Rosie is an absolutely incredible person, but as hard as she’s fought, as much as she’s given these kids were about to lose the only family, the only place they’ve ever known as home
to ensure this does not happen. We spent the last six months working tirelessly so that these kids have a safe and clean environment to live in. We also made sure that Mama Rosie had seen none of the renovations before. Surprising her. This is going to be awesome.
Mama Rosie, you promised me. You haven’t seen anything yet.
Yes, I haven’t seen anything. Are you ready? Ready? Ready? Ready? Let’s take this. Thank you. Thank
you. Four surprising kids that lived in the orphanage with their brand new home. We had to find someone that Mama Rosie held very dear to her heart. The last time we were here, Mama Rosie told us about a young boy named Yamla who left the orphanage 14 years ago with the dream of becoming a musician. So Darren and Dan, a filmmaker and musician from Cape Town tracked him down to be a part of the big reveal. They then took Jake to see his old bedroom that has been completely rebuilt. After months and months of grueling labor, it was finally time to surprise the kids.
The kids are all lining up outside right now and we’re about to bring them in and show them their brand new homes for the very first time.
Thank you so much for bringing dignity to these Children because it has boosted their self esteem. They live in a better, better place.
We wanted to find out more about Jake and his life outside the orphans as well as offer him the opportunity of a lifetime to inspire orphans all around the world. Oh,
I want to show you something. I kept this all this. Yes. Remember the guitar you used to play on under that tree across the road.
Sometimes I even dream about this place. This is where my roots
are in order for to make a living, he had to become a cleaner at the airport, leaving him hardly any time to practice. His music and harness his talent. It
kills me knowing that I’m doing something that I’m not into. And there is something that I want to do that I really love, but I cannot do it
in Jake. I see this deep need to want to express himself through the art form of music yet he doesn’t really have any tools to be able to do so.
So we decided to surprise Jake with a top of the range, professional acoustic guitar. But the best part is we’re gonna be enrolling Jake in one of the best music schools in South Africa and paying all his living expenses for the entire year. I don’t know what to
say. Thank you. Thank you so much.
All the music you’ve heard so far in this video has been made in collaboration with
and while they continue to make music, I want to tell you guys about our incredible long term partner, the sponsor of this video, Electric E bikes. This orphanage build ended up costing a lot more than we thought it was going to. And electric E bikes stepped up to the plate by providing the additional funding to help us finish it. So if you don’t know what electric E bikes are and what they do, they’re on a mission to change people’s lives by increasing the mobility while being energy efficient. One example of them doing this is our last video where we gave away 1000 E bikes to people around the world, including Kenya to help them more efficiently transport water. So do me a favor and click the link in the description below and purchase an electric E bike from them because by doing that, you’ll help them make money so they can continue to support these projects. And it’s a beautiful cycle. I’d love to keep going. Thank you, electric E bikes. Response to the video. Let’s get back to it. Yes,
male will continue doing what we are doing, saving lives. Thank you so much.
It is now time for Yam Kela to start his musical journey. We are so excited to see what he can do and we will keep you constantly updated on his progress throughout the year. And I want to say a special thank you to Checkers 60 60 for sitting motorbikes in a literal truck full of food to the orphanage. Thank you so much. And I also want to shout out Yum Yum Sun bake Rama do more and RC foods for also to feed the orphanage for an additional year. But despite everything we’ve done Mama Rose and the orphans still need more help. So if you’re able to click the link in the description or the donate button below this video and just give whatever you can. And just by watching these videos, you are literally changing lives. So thank you, subscribe. Oh
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