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$395raised of $2,000 target by 8 supporters

    Weʼve raised $395 to Help fund Rosiac Day Nursery and Creche

    Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 2nd December 2017

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    Please Help Save Rosiac Creche from closing due to a lack of adequate resources. The poor children and the community need it.

    Rosiac nursery is a small nursery in a deprived high density area called Dangamvura in Mutare Zimbabwe. At this small nursery a retired teacher wakes up everyday of the week to help young children have a better tomorrow. Fifty percent of the children who come through the doors cannot afford to pay their school fees. Some are orphans while some of them have parents who are out of employment. Most of the times she does not send the children away but it has come to a point where the nursery cannot afford to meet its financial obligations. Every child needs a good start in life in order to have a good future.

    Sometimes we take for granted some of the basic privileges that our children have to a better future. For the kids in this nursery this is the ultimate step to a future that is bright and full of hope. Unfortunately, a lot of families want a good future for their young children but it also comes at a cost, the opportunity cost of nursery for the child or food for the family. Mrs Mkudu loves changing these children's lives but she cannot afford to do it for free all the time.The children need equipment, toys, food and the teachers themselves also need to earn a living. They need to pay rent for the premises and for the bills. Most of the parents cannot afford to pay the nursery fees to be able to keep up with the financial commitments of running the nursery.

    Everyday we are given opportunities to change a life, please take this opportunity and change a child's life by donating whatever you can to Rosiac nursery so that this good work continues and countless children can find hope and have a good future.



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      • P Zindi

        P Zindi

        Aug 22, 2017

        Love the fact that you took it upon yourself to make a difference to these children's lives. May you be richly blessed.


      • F Walton

        F Walton

        Aug 13, 2017

        This is a worthy cause.

      • Rebecca Zeigler Mano

        Rebecca Zeigler Mano

        Aug 5, 2017


      • Anonymous


        Aug 5, 2017

        Every child deserves a good start in life. Someone else helped me to be what i am today so i feel the need to do the same.


      • McCloud Advisors Inc

        McCloud Advisors Inc

        Aug 5, 2017

        I have visited the crèche and it is the best opportunity for early childhood development in the area. We will continue to support it.All the best - Claudius Mundoma


      • Anonymous


        Aug 5, 2017

        Help these poor kids get a fighting chance in life which starts with this foundation stage.

      • nancy mkudu

        nancy mkudu

        Aug 4, 2017


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      nancy mkudu

      nancy mkudu

      Birmingham, United Kingdom

      I grew up in this part of the world and was fortunate to get an education there because at that time my parents could afford it but its not so for most parents today as the economic climate has become very prohibitive in Zimbabwe The children still deserve a good start in life.

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