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Since its launch in January 2019,


The Ubuntu family initiative has been a personal recount of our travels and giving journey as a philanthropic family, 


The Ubuntu family initiative has helped several projects, from sponsoring education and marginalised children to contributing towards conservation and environmental projects.




The Ubuntu family initiative wishes to build a legacy of giving by inspiring future generations of philanthropists,

Designed so that young adults may research the community projects with whom we have as a family had positive donor experiences on one website,

Learn more about the collaborations we have made over the years and those to come, how we have contributed, whether on the ground or at a distance, with all the necessary contact details for you to relate and create your impact,

Alternatively, tell us your story and, we will be pleased to help you transform your wish into practical and sustainable action, through gifting, raising or volunteering,


So that, together, we make the difference.


Learn more about the organisations you can support directly:

The Elma Trust, Siem Reap Cambodia

Elma Schools provide free education, study supplies, vocational training, community and health care  to unfortunate children in the rural area of Sambour Village to the south of Siem Reap City. You can support their work as a volunteer, remotely via sponsorships and fundraisers or other.

Contact Person: Mr. Sann Sieng

Contact Details: + 855 245 777

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Better Me, Kenya Africa 

Empowering vulnerable Kenyan youth with Education, Training and Life Skills to bring about positive change for themselves and their communities. Located in Kisumu North West of Nairobi, you can support their ambitious endeavour in various ways. Be it hands on the ground in Kenya as a volunteer or remotely via sponsorships, fundraisers or other.

Contact Person: Mr.Thomas Ogalo

Contact Detail:+ 254 707 901 503 


The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Kenya Africa  

Working across Kenya, their projects include anti-poaching, safe guarding the natural environment, enhancing community awareness, addressing animal welfare issues, providing veterinary assistance to animals in need, rescuing and hand rearing elephant and rhino orphans, along with other species that can ultimately enjoy a quality of life in wild terms when grown. You can support their work via sponsorships and fundraisers or through education and adoption possibilities.

The Water Project, Sub - Saharan Africa 

The Water  Project, is a non-profit organization unlocking human potential by providing reliable water projects to communities in sub-Saharan Africa who suffer needlessly from a lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation.

You can support their work by making a donation, supporting a community or starting a fundraiser.

The Great Green Wall,  Africa 

Growing an 8000km world wonder across Africa is not a foregone conclusion. 10 million hectares of degraded land need to be restored every year from now until 2030.

They need collective action from global citizens around the world to help power this urgent movement, and create a unique and lasting legacy for all humanity.


Peru Volunteer,  South America 

Peru Volunteer organizes volunteer work in Peru,

They believe that everyone can make a difference whilst developing their own skills and talents. They offer a number of areas in which you can take part such as general education, sports, English language, Art project and special education.

Contact Person: Mr.Thomas Padt 

Contact Details: +31 6 4545 88 55

Rainforest Trust, Global Scope 

For more than 30 years, they have demonstrated that safeguarding critical habitat is the most effective way to protect species. They work with local partners to develop projects aimed at securing vital habitat.


Peruvian Hearts,  South America 

Peruvian Hearts is a charitable nonprofit organization that encourages social, economic, and political change in Peru through the education and empowerment of young women.They work to end poverty and gender inequality by educating young women and creating community leaders in Peru—one girl at a time.

Contact Person: Mr. Danny Dodson

Contact Details: + 1 303 717 83 77

India Community Outreach ProgramIndia 

Our mission is to facilitate fully functioning and socially responsible communities. To achieve this vision, CORP provides access to fundamental social services such as education, health care, nutrition and vocational training, enabling communities to pull themselves out of poverty and become self-reliant, independent and socially responsible.

Contact Person: Mr. Nirmal 

Contact Details: +91 98195 92044

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Water Aid, India 

WaterAid India is part of the global WaterAid network which seeks to improve access to clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene for everyone, everywhere.

Contact Person: Mrs. Annam Rafiq

Contact Details: + 91 88605 69047

Sambhali Trust, India 

Sambhali Trust works tirelessly to change the lives of Rajasthani women by providing them with access to formal education, training in traditional income-generating skills.

Contact Person: Mr. Govind Singh Rathore

Contact Details: + 91 98280 89294

The Tanzanian Children's Fund

It is The Tanzanian Children's Fund's firm belief that solving just one part of the poverty equation would only leave communities desperate for more instead of propelling them forward. They are committed to holistic, community-led solutions. They address the challenge of systemic poverty from all sides by providing education, healthcare, economic opportunity, and a home for children

Contact Person: Mrs. Becky Aldrich

Contact Details: +1 617 913 3763 

Let's Work 


We believe that the creative arts can help to empower people and improve their overall well-being. We run online projects with children facing life challenges as part of the Ubuntu Family Initiative.

Through music, painting, Book Reading and Cooking they are given the opportunity to express themselves, develop skills, meet new people, and nurture their well-being. 

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As the Ubuntu Family Initiative we look forward to developing our activities into a variety of other art forms in the not so distant future.

We believe that everyone should have access to the power of creativity, regardless of their circumstances.

For more information regarding access to the content please contact us.

Collaborations enable us to achieve more significant results together,

We at the Ubuntu family initiative look to engage, connect, and empower the younger generations with your cause.  

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