Your donation makes a difference to THE lives OF THE WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF KAGERA.
Ways you can donate
100% of every financial donation made will go to Kagera to support the widows and orphans.
Online by card or Paypal
We have teamed up with Giving.gg and Virgin Money Giving so donations can be made easily via our page on their website. They send any funds collected to our Channel Island or UK bank account depending on which site you donate via.
To donate to the Tumaini Fund Channel Islands choose Giving.gg:
Donate by regular Standard Order
Support a family unit or an orphan by monthly donation.
Just £4 per month will feed and clothe one orphan,
£16 pm will support a family of four.
UK - download and complete our Standing Order Mandate & Gift Aid Declaration – UK and send both to us at the address on the form.
Channel Islands - download and complete our Standing Order Mandate & Gift Aid Declaration – CI and send both to us at the address on the form.
Dr Susan Wilson,
Chairman - The Tumaini Fund,
Les Ruettes Farm,
16 Powys Close.
Bank to bank
You can send funds directly to:
Barclays Bank plc,
46 High Street,
Account Name: Tumaini UK – Working for the Widows and Orphans of Tanzania
Sort Code: 20-13-34
Account Number: 53427234
Reference:[please include your initials and name here if you wish]
In addition to processing any tax reclaim, we would like to personally acknowledge your support, so please send us a letter, to the Tumaini address above, confirming your donation by bank transfer.
Donate to, or partner us in, one of our Tanzanian Projects
If you, or a company or trust, wish to underwrite the costs of a specific initiative, please contact us at email@example.com to discuss how you can help. Our corporate sponsors find great satisfaction in being involved with our operations and receiving feedback as to how their generosity has made a real difference.
Specifically, we are seeking a corporate partner to team up with us on our “Containers to Tanzania” operation whereby we send out via Dar-es-Salaam regular container-loads of donated goods.
Also, we seek a corporate partner to provide or sponsor vehicles, usually Toyota Land Cruisers, without which we cannot service our offices and the remote parishes and villages.
For UK resident taxpayers, they will claim back the tax value of each donation from the UK tax office.
If you are donating to a fund-raising event:
Click here to search and find the event you wish to donate to. Follow the instructions to make your donation. On that site you can make payment using a PayPal account or VISA card.
Create a donation page for an event
You can help us by creating a donation page for an organised event, personal challenge or donation for a loved one . The Virgin Money Giving website makes this easy to do.
To donate to the Tumaini Fund UK choose Virgin Money:
Ways you can help
Help through Prayer
Help by Volunteering
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in touch with your local Tumaini representative.
Please visit our Get involved page for ideas of how to can support Tumaini in practical ways.
£10 sends an orphan to Primary School. Education is free but this small sum will buy the necessary school uniform, work books/pencils, and a mosquito net.
£80 funds a bike for a student or one of our Parish-workers who often have to travel long distances to school or other villages on poor roads.
£100 buys a breeding dairy-goat for a widow and a special goat-hut so they can be more self sustaining.
£1,000 pays for a safe new house for a family of orphans so they do not have to worry about heavy rains or wild animals.
£2,500 digs a shallow well that enables villages access to drinking water free from diseases for their children for the first time.
You can also read about how the funds are used on the “How We Help” page
Provide education which is essential for these children to break the cycle of poverty.
Tumaini Fund supporters have donated funds to build shallow and deep wells.
During a severe drought Tumaini appealed for donations to bring in food supplies to the neediest families.
We build house for families who live in terrible homes, often constructed of sticks and with a roof of leaves.
We provide thousands of mosquito nets to families to cover their beds at night.
Bicycles are provided to to students most in need so they can get to school.
Tumaini has 2 vocational training schools, one for tailoring and one for carpentry for orphans who leave after primary school.