MORE Family Collection (MFC) is a fourth-generation family business, which owns and manages a private group of award-winning, luxury safari lodges, boutique hotels, and private residences set within some of Southern Africa’s finest locations. Our origin dates to 1933 and the founding of Lion Sands Game Reserve. Since, we have established six lodges in two unique safari reserves, and four hotels in the vicinity of two Natural Wonders of the World. In so doing, we have committed to protecting the environment, preserving our legacy, and delivering on our purpose of creating life-enriching experiences for our guests. MFC is headed up by Robert More, who is supported by a team of dedicated and talented people. We appreciate that every day we have the opportunity to create experiences for our guests that inspire a new appreciation of life – their own and the natural world – allowing us to continue conserving the regions’ wild places for generations to come.

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Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Honeymoon safaris
  • Photography
  • Walking Safaris
  • Weddings
  • Cultural activities
  • Bird Watching

Where we operate

  • South Africa
  • Zimbabwe

Where we’re based

  • South Africa

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Ms Helen von Broembsen
Mrs Crystal Aarons
More Community Foundation

Website http://www.morecommunityfoundation.org/

More Community Foundation* (MCF) is a non-profit organisation and the Foundation for the MORE Family Collection group, supporting social development and environmental conservation in Southern Africa. All community projects for social development are self-sustainable, as it is our belief that by supporting communities to contribute their own efforts and skills, projects are kept alive into the future. Socially inclusive conservation is critical to biological diversity and MCF strives to achieve community collaboration and custodianship within all conservation projects. Our Board of Trustees includes a MORE Family Collection representative, an environmental education and community representative, a NPO and community development advisor and a legal and governance advisor. The majority of the Foundation’s administrative costs are covered through fundraising events with only 7,5% of donor funds used for this purpose. This means that 92,5% of all donations are channelled into approved beneficiary projects.