International Women’s Day Celebration – Fundraising Event

Come and join us on 8 March to celebrate International Women’s Day at Leigh Community Centre, 10 till 3pm.

Music, African dancing, great food and bring something to share!
A song, food, a poem. All welcome.

£12 includes £1 donation to our sister group in Zambia.
All details on the leaflet and please share!
Thank you.

International Women’s Day Event – Poetry & Prose

Come and join us!! – with a wonderful lineup of performers – at an evening of poetry and spoken word,
celebrating women on INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY (raising money for The Empowering Sanitary Towel Project).
£5.00 on the door. 8th March 7.30 start.
celebrating this special day.

Sharing the Love: Valentine’s Day Charity Ball Fundraiser

2017 – Valentine’s Ball – Charity Fundraiser. Organisational Team Photo ~ by Steve Lilly

The ‘Sharing Love ‘ event at Park Inn Hotel.
Thank you Steve Lilly for this lovely capture of Washington and Fay singing together.
Thank you Taylormaid Function Band you were great.

More Photos from the Event

Before the guests arrived …


You know you are having a good evening when the singer dances with a guest and belts out the song too – “Sharing the Love” Valentines Ball 2017.
Hosted by Purple Banana Events in aid of Mumba Children’s Project, Zambia

Football kits we sent to support the youth in Western Province

Football kits we sent to support the youth in Western Province.

Kits were the youth in Sibungana Village an area between Libonda and Lukulu area in the Barotse Plains an area that floods every year.

Our work with the youth continues Chiwala area….

The Big Knicker Walk 2017

Following on from the success of  last October’s Big Knicker walk from Southend Pier to Old Leigh so much fun a noble cause.
This Big Knicker Walk is on again in 2017
Thankful to all that have confirmed to come and Walk with us more are yet to confirm…
To confirm your attendance to  this year’s walk, click here:

Happy New Year to all our Supporters!


Sincere thanks to all our supporters, we at Mumba Children’s Project value you all so much.

Hope to see you in 2017.

We have a revamped website to be up and running first week of January to depict all that we have done in 2016 and over the past 3 years of work momentum.

Happy new year to all our clients, sponsors and supporters we value you as you are the ones that keep us going.

The demise of our Zambian Coordinator Patrober has left a void proving difficult to fill but we are hopeful God will provide someone just as good in due course.

Thank you all and Happy New Year