Educating Beanz


In 2012, five years after opening the Kidney Beanz Trust, we noticed that children were getting transplanted and although they were receiving all the various therapies children were missing out on sometimes 2 – 4 years of schooling which was almost impossible to catch up. Kidney Beanz then employed a full time educator to

Bursary Beanz


Kidney disease causes huge financial strain on the caregivers of the children suffering with this life-threatening disease. We watched as children’s education began to fall at the bottom of many caregivers list of priorities due to the financial impacts it was causing. In 2016 we started to assist a family by paying for their

Rides For Beanz


The Kidney Beanz Trust has been running since 2007 and over the years we noticed a common problem with children not attending dialysis sessions. The problem was that due to the fact that they need to attend dialysis 3-4 times a week but the transport costs were becoming a huge burden on these already

100’S Club


Kidney Beanz has had phenomenal success over the past 10 years. The Trust has moved from occupying one single room in an existing doctors rooms to a whole separate unit at the Mediclinic Morningside. Due to support from sponsors over the years we have grown and now help support at the Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg