Join 25:40 for our popular Enkosi “Thank you” Dinner on Sunday, March 19, 2017, 6:00pm at The Wine House in Fairfax, Virginia. 

Guests will enjoy a four-course dinner paired with South African wine recommended and presented by Michael Pearce, the owner of The Wine House.  A silent auction will take place during the [...]

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Add GoodSearch to Your Toolbar and Donate to 25:40 with Every Web Search!

We have a new simple way you can make a difference in the world whenever you shop online or search the Internet: the new 25:40 toolbar via GoodSearch! Add GoodSearch to any web browser to start searching the internet via the [...]

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Lives are changed when children discover their true value!

25:40 invites you to help the least of these and sponsor a child in Canzibe, South Africa in the rural Eastern Cape Province. Every day, the children in our programs face the challenges of living in extreme poverty — hunger, [...]

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A Thank You to Our Supporters

On December 30, 2016 By

As you know, 2016 has been a time of building and outreach for 25:40 in Canzibe, South Africa.  We have boosted our staff, our presence in the community and our partnership with South African government agencies. This has resulted in better attention and services for the orphans and vulnerable children in the poverty-stricken Eastern Cape [...]

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TEAM 25:40
Help become part of the solution by running for 25:40. Whether you are a novice or an elite athlete, story you can elevate your experience above just a race -- you can race to give an at-risk child in rural South Africa a #FightingChance to rise above poverty, disease and violence.
The Sub-Saharan AIDS epidemic has a devastating effect on millions of families. Consider that 5.5 million adults and children live with HIV/AIDS in South Africa alone. Discover the hard facts about poverty, there disease and violence, and help become a part of the solution.
25:40’s current focus is on children living in rural areas of South Africa’s Eastern Cape. We have selected this area as our place of initial focus due to its extreme poverty, patient lack of resources and lack of attention from the outside world.