2012 High Tea Fundraiser Update

The Mumba Day Care Centre women were the beneficiaries of the High Tea Fundraiser held on the 24th of March have decided to start rearing chickens with the money that was raised. Providing meat and eggs, this will add to the nutritional quality of the food we are able to provide for the children’s meal.

A lovely lady (a good friend) donated £100, two sisters who are acquaintances donated £ 15 and one young lady who shares our dream and passion, did not attend but instead donated £25.

Dear friends, £140 will start off the ladies with the purchase of chicks, feed, feeders etc.

They are making their own bricks, I (Hildah Mulenga) donated iron sheets and they will take turns in looking after the chickens.

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Fundraising for the School Continues with High Tea 2012

Every year since 2008, the Mumba Children’s Project has hosted High Tea as a Fundraising event to help purchase materials and pay for the building of the permanent School House at our centre in Mpongwe.

The Theme for this years’ High Tea is – Empowering Women, and will be held at our favorite Southend Venue:Park Inn Palace Hotel, on 24th of March,

Time 14.30hrs for 15.00hrs start

Please join us here in Southend-on-Sea we will use the Pierview suite overlooking the sea/pier gorgeous view.

Only £20/head

Dress code:Very dressy hats, fascinators and all after all it is High Tea!

Some photos from the Event

Photos courtesy of Ivy Owusu of Nfoni Creations

School Building – Fundraising Drive


Over the past few years there has been a lot of development on our centre land in Mpongwe, Zambia. We have a number of temporary buildings in place which are used as school rooms and places for the children to eat their free meal in the shade; however it is our mission to build a permanent School House and office which will be multi-purpose and for use by the whole community…

While building a school in Mpongwe is nowhere near as expensive as building a school in the UK, it nonetheless costs money – to pay for materials and the workmen to build it for us, and this is where we need your help… with this in mind we are holding a Fundraiser at a Zambian Event – please support us by coming along for a night of Zambian Culture…

All funds raised will go on phase one of building the School House