General
DSC_0685

Meet Ashley “Rayne” Moore

Known to most as a rebel with a cause, Rayne is known as the Punky Brewster of her time. When she’s not perfecting her musical talents or developing her acting skills, you can usually catch Rayne trying to figure out another ...


IMG_2536e

Building a Chicken Coop

BTG is excited to announce the construction of our First Chicken Coop at our Big Bend CarePoint. This project was sponsored by Michelle and Ryan Falconer. This Chicken will not only provide food for our children at the CarePoin...



sponsorAChild1

Sponsor A Child

Sponsor  A Child. Beyond The Game is a 501C3 that provides for the widows and orphans of Swaziland Africa.  Through your sponsorship, your funds will assist with food water, clothing, education and emergency medical care for ...


bcgAwards

3rd Annual BCG Awards – VOTE FOR BTG.

VOTE NOW FOR Beyond The Game Beyond The Game is excited to announce that we have been nominated as Best Non For Profit in the Southeast for Black Celeberity Giving 2014 BCG Giving Awards! Please click the link and VOTE for BTG ...



giftOfSurvival_1

Give The Gift of Survival

Join us as we get in the Holiday spirit and GIVE the Gift of Survival to the children of the Beyond The Game program. Your purchase of a Chicken or Goat will help us in the process of creating stability for our children. Each a...


gh4

Meet Gloria Hankerson

My name is Gloria Hankerson and I am beyond the game. When I purchased my ticket I couldn’t of been more excited about a trip. To go once again on a special voyage with other women to do something bigger then our selves was t...



lc3

Meet Lisa Cunningham

My Trip to Swaziland On any given day in my hometown of Atlanta GA, I might be producing a music video for a chart topping artist or working on a high profile project. And don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love my career but ...


mf3

Meet Michelle Falconer

My trip to Swaziland Inspired to donate to Beyond the Game after meeting Chanita Foster through Instagram. She invited me to come and see first hand the work being done. Six days later my 11 year old daughter and I met Chanita ...