Reality star Chanita Foster did a bit of charity work with her kids at a Beyond The Game fundraiser event earlier this week. The celeb, along with her daughters and mom, raised thousands for children in Swaziland who are often forced to live without the bare necessities of life.
Foster was sure to thank everyone for their support, deeming the night an all-around success. “Last night was AMAZING! I thank GOD for EVERY person that came through. If I had a iPhone I would include every name on here that I saw,” tweeted the star. “But since this phone can’t/won’t do it I will simply say from the children of Swaziland, the BTG Girls, and myself THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND DONATIONS.”
Beyond The Game was founded by Chanita in 2009 after the reality star took a vision trip to Swaziland where she witnessed the deplorable conditions that some children are subjected to in the country. To date, the organization has helped thousands of kids by giving them a better life filled with fresh water and good nutrition.
Chanita and her husband, George Foster, have adopted one child from Swaziland and parent six kids in all.
Find out more about Beyond the Game at the charity’s website.
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