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Our main project is to rid Leisure Bay of waste. So humans and animals are safe.

Leisure Bay Litter Run

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In order to make an EFT donation we ask that you please follow these instructions:

  1. Make an EFT transfer to:
    First National Bank
    Account Name: Looking After Leisure Bay
    Account Number: 62754959545
    Branch Code: Margate 220128
  2. Please use your lot number and name as a reference for your donation.

All contributions and donations are highly appreciated. We thank you for helping out.

Donation Total: R50.00

Community is Strength.

Who are we?

Looking After Leisure Bay (LALB) is a community support group based in South Africa on the Lower KwaZulu Natal South Coast in Leisure Bay. We are the only registered NPO in Leisure Bay.

We support ordinary people doing extraordinary things for the community and the environment. We are a group of driven professionals and passionate South Africans. In early 2017 Leisure Bay residents Vanessa Murray and Phillip Lennon, were both serving on one or more of the existing committees in Leisure Bay. Both grew frustrated at the way these committees were managed and the pace that these committees operated at. They both felt that more could be done to protect and promote this amazing little gem called Leisure Bay.

They made a pact with each other that they would do everything within their power to make changes in Leisure Bay that would benefit the ENTIRE community. It was out of this pact that Looking After Leisure Bay was born. That was April of 2017. Initially there was fierce resistance to this “new kid on the block” and many people questioned
the forming of another organisation in the small community. However what sets LALB apart from the pack is it’s ability to come up with solutions to existing problems in a short time frame. LALB impressive track record speaks volumes. We work according to our constitution which is registered with the Department of Social Services

The litter run was the reason we started Looking After Leisure Bay. What began as a small team walking the roads of Leisure Bay is now a well oiled cleanup crew that has removed over 50 tons of illegal dumping from Leisure Bays bush.

Continue reading “Leisure Bay Litter Run”

Move for hooves

As Leisure Bays only registered NPO we will always need funds to Look After Leisure Bay. That does not mean we sit back and watch others struggle. Since we created LALB in Mid 2017 we have held two fund raisers that were to help the lower South Coast SPCA raise funds. These fundraisers were called “Moves for Hooves” and were to raise critically needed funds for the hoofed animals in the SPCA’s care. Unfortunately these events were marred by political interfering and we did not raise was much for the SPCA as we hoped (both events raised around R3000). We will revise these events in the near future so please keep an eye on our events calendar.

Bumper stickers

We also supporting the SPCA with the sale of our anti-fireworks bumper stickers. These are available for R30 and R10 from the sale of each sticker goes to the Lower South Coast SPCA as they are the people who have to tend to animals traumatised by fireworks. All orders of 10 or more stickers from Port Shepstone to Port Edward, will be hand delivered. All out of town orders exclude delivery. Or you can order your bumper sticker and collect when you back in Leisure Bay for the holidays. You can order your bumper stickers here.