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Munhu Inc is pleased to offer the Shop With Scrip fundraising program. Shop With Scrip allows you to shop for school supplies while fundraising for Munhu. Many popular retailers participate in the scrip program including Amazon, Wal-Mart, iTunes and many others. If you're not familiar with how a scrip program works, it's simple. Each purchase you make will have a percentage assigned to it. Of that percentage, you will retain a percentage of it as a Scrip rebate credit and Munhu will retain the other percentage for fundraising.
If you're still wondering what the catch is... The catch, is by buying your school supplies through Scrip, your donation is automatically directed to Munhu, making our work in Zimbabwe more progressive and effective.
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Volunteering can be hugely rewarding, and we couldn't achieve all that we do without the help and support of our brilliant global volunteers. Every one of us is different and we are looking for all kinds of people and we can find a project where you can make a real difference. So if you are full of enthusiasm, ideas, and energy and would like to share your knowledge and inspire others to achieve great things, please get in touch today. You could change someone’s life!! We understand that your time is valuable, so we make sure your volunteering experience are worthwhile. VOLUNTEER
Martha Mutomba Author has chosen Munhu Inc as her main charity partner for 2018. As Executive Officer and Chair of the Munhu Board, Martha’s personal values connect with Munhu’s focus in assisting underprivileged children in Zimbabwe, accessing education and potentially changing their lives for the better. Martha has recently authored her first book ‘Lessons From My Grandmother’ due to be launched on 30 January 2018. All of the stories in the book bring a beautiful nostalgia based on true stories of human experiences. Martha takes the essence of her own life and creates the reality of her powerful book. Some proceeds from sales of Lessons From My Grandmother will be donated to Munhu Inc and Martha is excited to be helping a cause so close to her heart. To replenish your soul while helping a worthy cause, visit the links below to buy Lessons From My Grandmother now available.
We need your support to reach as many people in need as possible. By nominating us as your charity of the year, you could give your company the chance to work in partnership with us and together we can maximise the difference we can make to orphans in Zimbabwe.
Choosing us as your charity is a great incentive for employees to pull together to support an emotive cause, learn and develop skills and have a lot of fun along the way. We are only an email away, ready to support company fundraising initiatives.
When you click our DONATE button you could change someone’s life forever. We appreciate all your donations whether you decide to make a one-off donation or pledge a monthly gift, we give you full assurance that the donation you make to Munhu will be used to ‘help one child at a time’. When you set up a regular donation to Munhu you become part of our long term work to help orphans in Zimbabwe. Munhu started as a way to help a few orphans in the spirit of ubuntu. Munhu acts as a bridge to connect those with means to those in need. Munhu connects donors (who give of their money) and volunteers (who give of their time, energy, and skills) to the children across rural areas of Zimbabwe who need the help. Ultimately, Munhu provides support to children by paying their school tuition and provides help to villagers by giving them grants to start sustainable income. As a children’s charity, we work with families, communities and governments in over 190 countries to tackle the root causes, as well as the symptoms, of problems directly affecting children. Our work is to deliver long-term aid that creates lasting change for children as well as addressing children’s immediate needs.
We rely entirely on donations like yours to fund our vital work transforming lives. Please give what you can and donate online TODAY.
Munhu funded student in Zimbabwe