Chikumbuso

Chikumbuso means "Remembrance" our mission statement is to remember those who died (both family and friends), to remember where we came from (a place of poverty and hunger) and to remember to do for others (give back to the community).
Aug 26, 2014

Final Project Report

Our seamstress Mary was able to create enough Comfort Kits that when she visited our local prison, each incarcerated woman received one! These women are now provided a little bit of comfort during their sentence, and know that Chikumbuso is keeping them in mind and cares about them. Now that we have reached our objective for this project, we are going to deactivate it. Thank you so much to everybody that donated to our goal, and we hope that you will continue to keep Chikumbuso in mind for future donations! We have updated our fundraising page, with our new needs and goals, so please check those out so that we can continue to be a thriving community!

Aug 26, 2014

Final Project Report

Our library was very fortunate to receive a donation of 10 laptops from Pfizer for our library! We will be using these laptops for the further education of our teachers, and also for several of our adult students. We hope that by connecting them to the world of technology that they will be able to bring world-wide views to our students. Now that we have reached our objective for this project, we are going to deactivate it. Thank you so much to everybody that donated to our goal, and we hope that you will continue to keep Chikumbuso in mind for future donations! We have updated our fundraising page, with our new needs and goals, so please check those out so that we can continue to be a thriving community!

Aug 13, 2014

Grandmas are happy to receive monthly food staples

We received our monthly delivery of mealie meal this past Friday, and the bags have been travelling across the compound to Chikumbuso’s adopted “grandmothers” over the past few days. Our widows deliver critical food supplies to the grandmothers each month, and check in on them frequently. This is just one of the ways that Chikumbuso cares for the community.

The grandma pictured here is Mainess. She is sitting next to her monthly supply of mealie meal, which she will use to make the Zambian food staple n’shima. Since all of her children have passed away, Mainess is cared for by our widow Barbara. She is thankful for the food and love that she gets from Chikumbuso. Thank you for providing for vulnerable elderly women in N’gombe by donating to this fund.  

 

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