Fundraising Events 2023
Below is some of the Fundraising Events held in 2023. We are blown away by the generosity of Northern Ireland people who jump at the chance of reaching out to help others!
A big thank you to everyone involved.
A massive THANK-YOU to Annie who donated us a huge quantity of toys, games, books and blocks. Annie is closing her nursery after many faithful years of serving the local community, and she kindly donated her equipment to Victory School. This is a huge blessing and we are so grateful that she would think of us. Thank-you Annie and we wish you all the best in your retirement.
Please consider donating your old school bag to an orphan in Zimbabwe.
It is the start of a new Academic year in Northern Ireland, and around the country, parents and children are out shopping for new uniforms, shoes and all the other things that a child needs.
Sometimes, last year's shoes, trainers and bags are still in great condition. If so, please could you help us?
- Contact your school office and let them know about the LEARN ASSOCIATION school bag drive.
- If the school office agrees, please drop off your school bag at your school office, and a volunteer from LEARN will swing by to pick them up.
- Tell your friends and families about this and get them invovled as well.
Please read some of the articles about how other schools in Northern Ireland have responded.
If you have any questions, please feel to drop us an email or phone:
Safe2Care Training Tutors give support
The Tutors and Staff at Safe2Care Training, a Northern Ireland Health Care training company have committed to helping support the education initiative in Zimbabwe.
The organisation sold Face Masks during Covid to candidates and raised over £150.
Individual Tutors have committed to helping give resources - which is amazing given the cost of living.
A big thank you to all!
S and T Moores Coleraine Donate Uniforms
Some of the children in the Victory School in Harare had never owned a school uniform. A big thank you to S and T Moores of Coleraine who kindly donated some sets of uniforms for the children.
The picture shows one of the young students proudly wearing a donated sweatshirt!
We need resources - not just money