The Malalo Sports Foundation (MSF) is a sporting nonprofit seen here: https://msfypdo.wixsite.com/malalosportsf/about
64% of Zambia's population is living off of less than 2$ a day, highlighting their food insecurity
MSF provides food to over 800 people, including 400 school children ages 5-15 from their local school, 300 children ages 8-17 through their soccer programs, and 100 elderly people in their community. Their food shelves are being depleted quickly, and their community depends on the MSF for food security, among other things. The recent worldwide pandemic of COVID-19 has made it difficult for MSF volunteers to get hold of food due to movement restrictions and their health.
A family of 6 only needs 5$ for food per day. The world is going through very hard times right now, but pledging this small amount would help one family avoid facing a day without a meal. We ask that if you have the means to do so, even a small donation of 5$ would make a difference. My personal campagin goal is to raise $500, but the larger campaign wishes to raise $2,500. I know that with your help, we will be able to reach our goal. Any excess money from donations will be used to purchase educational supplies for school children to study from home, as COVID-19 has impacted their education as well.
If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to Kebby, the Executive Director for Malalo Sports Foundation here: email@example.com
Please be patient for replies as he is currently dealing with reduced internet access in Zambia.
The Malalo Sport Foundation (MSF) is an initiative of the Youth Press and Development Organisation- Zambia and the Friends of YPDO Inc. MSF was established in 2003 and is located in Chililabombwe, Zambia. Malalo means "bridges" in the local language, a word that aptly describes MSF's scope.
Our main objective is to use sport as a means to give young people the opportunity to be involved in a group and keep them away from vices while offering them a chance to play football.
MSF incorporates life skills messages into sports to make the academy an arena for learning and individual development. MSF provides hope for young people through soccer by raising community awareness of poverty and HIV/AIDS. It also seeks to develop the careers of those who have exceptional talents in sports into professionals.