The Rejuv Global Vision

Our Global Vision is to partner with social justice movements restoring health, dignity and hope to the oppressed.

The Heart of Rejuv

The heart of Rejuv is to not only impact the immediate community and restore the foundations of your health but also fund and finance hardship in the world. We at Rejuv believe we are blessed to be a blessing so we have our own orphanage and support three other international charities close to our hearts.

Rejuv’s Orphanage in India

Four years ago after having a few miscarriages trying for their fourth child Dirk & Simoné Laubscher, the founders of Rejuv, decided to lay that dream down and to embrace another one to fund an orphanage instead. This way they could impact 25 girls lives instead of just one. Rejuv’s Girls Home was founded by Mariamma Thampy and we partner with charity to love, clothe, nourish and educate these girls so they grow up to be pillars of their communities, giving a hand up instead of just a hand out.

Charity Vision Rescue

Out of the 23 million individuals living in Mumbai, 54% live in slum communities. Around 70% of the children in these communities are malnourished and many of them are uneducated and in high-risk situations. With a little love and care, Vision Rescue seeks to empower these individuals and bring dignity to entire communities, so we at Rejuv partner with Vision Rescue in Mumbai.

Charity Born to be Beautiful

Fifteen years ago Simoné also met one of her now dearest friends, Sarah Glover, on a little minibus crossing Uganda to meet her sponsored children in Africa. Sarah Glover went on to found her own charity called Born to be Beautiful which is a charity providing beauty therapy training and skills to victims of abject poverty and modern-day slavery, restoring dignity and hope to lives devastated by exploitation. After each training course, we give our students a starter kit, uniform and certificate and help them find jobs or set up their own businesses, thus changing their lives and their children’s futures. For the mothers have financial independence allowing their children to stay in school, therefore impacting communities and the nation as a whole.