It's easy and quick to donate to Tariro and your donation will help us to make such a difference to the lives of these children. Here's how:
- Download a standing order and gift aid form from here, complete this and post it back to us
- Donate through our mydonate page. Please click here
- Buy a CD sung by our young people in Zimbabwe. Please click here.
- Donate your old laptop or phone for us to give to one of the young people in Zimbabwe for use with their studies.
How your support helps:
£1,200 could pay for secondary live-in school and tuck for one year
£1,000 could build a self-sufficient chicken run; buy and feed our first batch of day-old chicks
£800 could pay for secondary day school for one year
£600 could pay one month’s rent for the Harare house (17 young people)
£500 could buy a second hand lap top for the students or extend the agricultural project in Shurugwi for the non-academic young people
£300 could provide groceries for the Harare house for one month
£100 could pay for primary day school for one year
£30 /£70 could send a primary/secondary child to day-school for a term (£10-30 per month)
£35 could buy groceries for a month for one child living at home
£30 could buy a solar lamp for a child completing homework after dark (6pm) in a home without electricity
We would like to thank the following parishes and organisations for their recent support of Tariro:
The Fellowship of St John;
St Andrew’s Church, Tudhoe Grange;
St Mary’s, Handsworth;
Transvaal, Zimbabwe and Botswana Association;
St Paul’s, Adlington;
St John the Divine, Rastrick; and
The Amalur Foundation.