Lifestyle Galaxy friends and members raised $6,400 for the Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation at our 2019 South Africa Event

Lifestyle Galaxy always felt blessed of being able to contribute for a good cause. At our 2019 South Africa Event, many LG friends and members joined together to generously donate through a Wine Bid where we raised $6400 worth of donation to NCCF. It was an honor to have Helen Fraser, Operations Director of Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation as one of the guest speakers. In hope of truly “Making the World a better place” Lifestyle Galaxy looks forward to many similar events in the future.

Lifestyle Galaxy Donates R486 201.11 ($40,660.00 USD) to the Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation

Lifestyle Galaxy Donates and Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation delivers groceries to over 3500 Children.

Making the World a Better Place!

Lifestyle Galaxy Donates R384 457.19 ($28,414.14 USD) to the Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation

Our Vision Statement


Learn why Lifestyle Galaxy supports and believes in the Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation

Dr. Anthony and Helen Fraser talk about the Nashua Children’s Charity Foundation

Learning Galaxy

Learning Galaxy pre-loaded on Tablets for Children’s Cancer Clinics and Hospitals

Cancer treatments for children and adults can last anywhere from 45 minutes to 8 hours. During this time they are restricted to IVs while they receive their treatment.

We believe our eSports and Educational sSports platforms, Learning Galaxy and eSports Galaxy can provide an escape for them to become engrossed in a world of education and play during this time, in a fun, constructive and family friendly way.

Wells for Africa

Bringing Clean Water to Africa

We believe that access to clean water is a basic human right. We are proud to support charities that construct new wells in Africa which provide clean water to rural areas in Africa.

Diabetes Support in Africa

Support for Diabetes Treatment in Nigeria

Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires lifelong treatment. Type 2 diabetes which is the most common, can be life threatening when untreated. Our commitment is to help Identify, Prevent, Educate and Treat underserved areas within Nigeria.