Hope Fountain International hosts Annual Fund raising Dinners & Concerts to celebrate the work that has been done by Hope Fountain. The events are filled with great performances, amazing speeches and nice food. All proceeds went to support the orphaned children.
Hope Fountain International embarked on a handmade handbag making project whereby widows and adult orphaned children train to make handbags. These handbags are on sale to raise funds for Hope Fountain. In addition to fundraising, proceeds from the project supplement income for the widows and adult orphans.
Handbags being made in Zimbabwe (2018).
One of the finished handbags on sale.
AFRICAN DANCE WORKSHOPS
Hope Fountain International hosted a series of fundraising African dance workshops. These workshops featured a professional dancer Precious. These dance workshops were fun, energetic and interactive.
In 2017, Elim Church in Bristol and other Hope Fountain supporters donated over 200 pairs of brand new shoes to orphaned children that Hope Fountain supports. These shoes were hand delivered by Hope Fountain members to the orphaned children in Zimbabwe.
Hope Fountain members organising shoes collected in the UK.
Hope Fountain Members distributing shoes.
MASS CHOIR EVENT
In April 2017, Hope Fountain International hosted a mass choir event were the amazing Out of the Ashes and Beacon Gospel Choir held a performance at Elim Church to raise funds for Hope Fountain International.
HOPE DELIVERED BOOK LAUNCH
In April 2015, Hope Fountain International hosted a Book Launch for a book called Hope Delivered, written by the Founder Marian Rondora. The book narrates how Hope Fountain started. The proceeds were donated to Hope Fountain International. This book is still available to order by sending us an email on
A widow with young children was given extra capital to enhance her project - baking and selling buns.
A grandmother who is caring for two orphaned grandchildren was given capital to buy and sell vegetables for a profit.
A widow was given the funds to start a sewing project.
A grandparent who is taking care of her four orphaned grandchildren was given extra capital to enhance her maize roasting project. Living in the capital city she sells the maize at a local market to support herself and the children.
A young adult was given capital to start a hairdressing business from home.
A young adult was given the opportunity to use her dressmaking skills when she was awarded the capital to buy initial material.