Build a Church Hall in South Africa

Project Leader:

Reverend Ndichia Anthony

Fr. Anthony is raising money to build a community hall in the diocese of Kroonstad in Zamdela township in South Africa. Zamdela township is an area formerly segregated for Black South Africans during Apartheid. The area remains an impoverished community where residents have few opportunities for education and employment. Fr. Anthony is fundraising to build a community center where Zamdela residents can come to receive drug counseling and medical care, participate in literacy and employment programs, and learn HIV/AIDS prevention and parenting skills. The community hall will include, offices, meeting rooms, and a common kitchen. Give $20 to help Fr. Anthony and Zamdela township strengthen the community, starting with building a center for its members to gather.

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$100

of $5,000 raised



Anonymous donated $100.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 Helps purchase construction materials
  • $50 Helps purchase appliances for the kitchen
  • $5,000 Build toilets


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The Architect's impression of how the proposed center will look like. Your support is very dear to us as it will bring change, growth and a new life style to a community has suffered early pregnancies, and many diseases. Children and adults need your support.



7 months ago

Anonymous donated $100.

7 months ago
  

Project Leader:

Ndichia Anthony
Thank you so much for your donation. Indeed this will go a long way to help in a making a difference in the lives of the people. The community of Zamdela urgently needs such a centre. Keeping you in prayer.

7 months ago


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