Beadle and the South African Lacrosse Project

Beadle and the South African Lacrosse Project (SALP) are working together to raise funds for their youth projects on the ground here in South Africa. Ten percent of sales generated by Beadle through awareness and a link from the SALP website (www.southafricanlacrosse.org) is donated to the charity. All purchases can then indirectly support the youth of the Waterberg, South Africa.





The South African Lacrosse Project is a non-profit corporation organized for charitable purposes and the advancement of education by implementing and coordinating a lacrosse and education programs in South Africa for at-risk youth. SALP was conceived in 2007 by brothers named Kip and Harrison Hart who live in Towson, Maryland, and has since grown into a full-scale youth development program in the Waterberg region in North Limpopo Province, South Africa. Through lacrosse education and training, SALP empowers at-risk youth by helping them to recognize what they are capable of accomplishing in their lives.