ABOUT THIS FUNDRAISER:
The Youth Press and Development Organization through its sporting project the Malalo Sports Foundation (MSF) needs your support. This GoFundMe page is set up directly by NGOs, and the fundraiser has been done in collaboration with the American Overseas for Medical Aid and Assistance (AOMAA) a 501(c) NPO.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected millions of lives. For some of us, it means that our activities are limited to working and learning from home. However, for the children of Zambia, it means that they have minimal food resources due to restricted movements caused by COVID-19. With 62% of Zambia's population living off of less than 2 USD a day, their food supply is vulnerable to quick depletion. Although their government has appealed for international support, it doesn't provide them with the level of food security they need as many other nations that are facing similar challenges. A small donation of 5 USD (7 CAD) can help a family of six for an entire day. Please join me in raising donations for the Malalo Sports Foundation.
Your donation will go towards the purchase of food and sanitary equipment needed to protect the health and wellbeing of the school teachers, children and their families.
If we reach our goal more than 800 children will be able to return to school to play and learn again!
Please share with your network of families, friends, and colleagues.
The Malalo Sports Foundation is a sporting non-profit.
They are based in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia; a community center that focuses on community enrichment. They offer opportunities for young people to play sports and encourage opportunities to avoid high risk decision making. They have soccer and chess clubs for multiple age groups as well as athletics and educational activities. Their community school, Kenani Community School, is for grades 1-12, as well as supports elderly care.
If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to Kebby, the Executive Director for Malalo Sports Foundation here at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be patient for replies as he is currently dealing with reduced internet access in Zambia.
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