“Munhu munhu nekuda kwevanhu” “Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu”
“Not all of us can do great things. But we can all do small things with great love” (Mother Teresa) and that is exactly what the five charities the ZAA are supporting this year, are each doing, in their Individual ways
Fundraising for Mpilo Maternity Hospital
Initiative started a group of Zimbabwe friends in UK, the group collects blankets, baby clothes, equipment and send them to Zimbabwe to help Mpilo Hospital, A noble cause that ZAA is proud to support
Chirovakamwe School Library Fundraising Initiative
Started after the Westminster West Rotary Club’s Visit to Zimbabwe, The Rotary Club pledged to build a Library for Chirovakamwe School
Zimbabwe Educational Trust is a diaspora-led charity based in the UK, working to support Zimbabwean communities in their efforts to keep children in school and out of poverty.
Founded in 1987, ZET’s initial goal was to help children from the newly independent Zimbabwe access higher education. In the 1980s, Zimbabwe had one of the best education systems in Africa, but suffered from a chronic lack of tertiary education. During the 1990s, ZET helped thousands of young Zimbabweans travel to the UK to study at colleges and universities across the country, obtaining fee waivers and accommodation for students
Global Hand of Giving
Started by Linda Satimburwa using her own resources, Global Hand of Giving has helped pay for many children some upto University Level in her home town of Honde Valley
Vanavevhu – Children of the Soil provides support and advocates for child-headed households in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city. Incorporated in Illinois in 2007, Vanavevhu welcomed its first child heads in 2010.Vanavevhu has stabilized the lives of these at-risk youth by providing reliable assistance with food, education, and the cost of utilities, along with workshops that capitalize on their already formidable entrepreneurial instincts.