• 4500 children have been hosted in our camps in seven countries since 2001

  • 10 Schools in Botswana now have CITW Eco-Clubs: New since May Habu and Kareng!

  • In May, Zimbabwe ran a Literacy Teacher Training Workshop which offered rural school teachers innovative educational tools

  • Malawi invited an expert in paper recycling at Nanthomba Primary School Eco-Club. Visiting members were learning about how to recycle paper into wildlife sculptures

  • Malawi is currently sponsoring 97 students in 13 different Secondary Schools. 46 students were visited in May

  • In May, Ngamo Primary School in Zimbabwe agreed to a CITW Eco-Club for 30 members from Grades 5-7

How can you make a difference?

There are many ways you can make a difference

 
  • Become a Fundraising Ambassador by creating a fundraising event or participate in a sporting event and make Children in the Wilderness the beneficiary. You can create your own webpage and circulate to potential donors who can donate online via credit card through the GivenGain site http://www.givengain.com/cause/4773/  

  • Donations in kind this refers to services or products in kind that could be utilised on the programme and thereby reduce the camp’s operational costs. These would include items such as stationery, sporting equipment, school equipment, etc. When making donations in kind, please ensure that we are advised in advance as there is paperwork for importation that is required to be completed. In some instances relevant import fees may outstrip the value of the goods and therefore this does need some consideration.

  • MyPlanet Card  is part of the successful South African MySchool initiative. Choose Children in the Wilderness as your beneficiary and every time you shop at partner stores we receive a percentage of your purchase. Apply for my card now

  • Business sponsorship is a major source of funding. Through sponsorship, visibility of your company brand can be positively built, strengthened and the event can be used as a platform to introduce new products or services. Our Nedbank Tour de Tuli mountain biking event generates much publicity in print and media as well as brand exposure to many cyclists. Email us with your ideas info@childreninthewilderness.com 

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