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DO IT FOR THE KIDS

Assisting in alleviating the plight of underprivileged children through enthusiastic service.

HOW DID DIFTK COME ABOUT?

The organisation as a registered entity was initiated year beginning 2016, by a group of 3 post high school students who, whilst waiting to further their studies, were volunteering at an orphanage in the Bulawayo, Zimbabwe area, and felt a need regardless of larger existing organisations, to care for the underprivileged children in the home and others in similar or even more unfortunate conditions. As the outreach visits to the orphanage became more frequent, our numbers began to increase as well-wishers heard of the work we were doing. Eventually, volunteers began working together in a structured group with different individuals, some of whom were distinctly leaders and others administrators. Hence in this manner was the organisation birthed to glorify the Lord through service.

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Our Sponsors

Fawcett Security

From their first donation of shoes and cash in 2016 to help children of Nyahombe Primary school who had to walk nearly 10km to school barefoot, Fawcetts has become a regular DIFTK sponsor. Having believed in DIFTK before we barely had a track record, they are worth special mention

The Haven Spa

The first time we encountered the warm, friendly and welcoming spa owners, we would never have imagined the extent of the support that they would eventually give us. Always ready to lend a hand and literally dish out massages and reflexology treatment for participants of our often-times physically grueling Amazing Race event, plus the very valuable prizes they have sponsored for winners over the years. A big hearty thank you to you!

How can you help?

Volunteer

If you'd like to volunteer your time when DIFTK has fundraising events, or be notified of upcoming event, please [do action] and we would love to keep you in the loop of when we'll be doing it for the kids!

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Contact Joseph on +263 778 129 377 or email your article to doit4thekids@gmail.com.