Batanai Muyamure would like to thank you for your valued contribution and support. The non-profit is still underway in raising the full amount for the borehole. On the 14th of May Eden Lang held a concert in association with Moto Republik called the Rivers Flow Fundraising concert, named after the song she wrote for BatanaiContinue reading “Rivers Flow Concert Report”
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Redeemer is in grade five at Gambiza Primary School. He is an underprivileged child with a single parent. Redeemer loves to play soccer and he is 13 years old. His birthday is in September. If you would like to sponsor Redeemer, please click here.
Batanai Muyamure recently purchased a property of land 25 acres large in Chiundura, Gweru. We are currently seeking to sink a borehole on the property so that we can begin agricultural projects that will assist in providing food for the orphans and vulnerable children under our care, as well as raising funds for their schoolContinue reading “Borehole Project”
One of our goals this year is to raise funds for all 60 children listed in our organization. Each child’s school fees are $12 a term at Gambiza Primary, and we are striving toward paying their fees for the year. How do we plan to do this? Through raising awareness Campaigns and fund raisers SearchingContinue reading “2015 Goal”
This week, the organization was pleased to receive a donation of stationary and school fees from one of our honorary members. You could say it was drop in the ocean, but it was a drop all the same. There are children who received soap, books, pens cello-tape, rubbers, clothes, and pencils which will come inContinue reading “Donation Received!”