Whoever welcomes one of these little children in my name welcomes me;
and whoever welcomes me does not welcome me but the one who sent me. ~ Mark 9:37
Have you ever thought of adopting a child? We did – and ended up adopting a school full of orphans – more than 300 needy children to be exact! Everyone knows how important an education is to the life of a child but this school provides more than an education. It provides food, clothing and a family atmosphere including religious education to these children, many of them orphaned due to the AIDS virus.
We are asking you to join us in supplying their basic needs – food, school supplies, clothes and shoes. To help you help us, we are offering our Hope Kabanana Wristband Project. We provide the wristbands and you decide how and where to utilize them.
These wristbands, made of high quality silicone, are manufactured in the US and bear the name of the school and a Scripture verse to help you remember to pray for the children. These are great service projects for church youth groups, scouts and homeschool co-ops.
Thank you for your help! Suggested offering: 2 wristbands - $5 ~ 5 wristbands - $10
Interested? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A school is only as good as its teachers. At Hope Kabanana School there are six accredited teachers who currently volunteer their time, but to continue teaching, they must be paid a salary. The cost of their salary is $80/month per teacher. We are looking for sponsors for these dedicated teachers who have given up so much for their community. Are you willing and able to help? Partial sponsorships are welcome as well. Let’s get creative in ways to use our wristbands to help bring about lasting change.
Hi, I am Bertha Chitutu, born on 24th April 1993. I am married with a child. I earned my Junior Secondary Diploma at Mufulira University. Currently I am serving at Hope and Future O.V.C School as a voluntary teacher and am teaching grade five (5) class.
Finding myself at Hope and Future School was a great opportunity that I had been wishing for due to some observations about the lack of teachers. I observed the school needed more than power.
The fact is, due to having only a few teachers, it lacked some general programs that could help learners mentally, physically, spiritually and morally.
In addition, investigations on good work culture and good teacher-pupil relationships also boosted my motivation. Having a common religious belief was also another factor that motivated me to have confidence. With reference to my academic qualification, I stand as a confident teacher and am ready to bring change.
Hi, I am Elizabeth Yanga, a Zambian citizen. I was born on 16th may 1990. I earned my Primary Teaching Diploma at Chipata College of education and am single. Currently I am serving as a voluntary teacher at Hope and Future O.V.C School school and teaching grade one (1) class.
Being a primary teacher always makes me feel happy, especially interacting with underprivileged children and seeing them improve in their academic works.
It is my passion to help children grow mentally, physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. Impacting knowledge to learners and also guiding them in different careers, seeing their growth in education and social situations brings me back to my memories when I was once like them.
Hello, I am Cornelius Kasumo, a Zambian citizen born on 9th February 1991. I am single and earned my Secondary Diploma at NRDC affiliated with the University of Zambia.
I am currently serving as a voluntary teacher at Hope and Future School and teach grades 6 and 7 (integrated science and mathematics), and grades 8 and 9 (geography and mathematics).
I have the passion to teach and am also trained to teach. I am always happy to see children excel in their school work and education-wise. I am eager to encourage self-esteem and boost the talents of the children. I enjoy mentoring children academically, morally and spiritually.
My name is Bessie Zulu and I am the first born in a family of five . I live in Lusaka West and I am not married, but I have a child who is seven  years old.
I’m motivated to teach the children because I have a heart to handle, accommodate and manage the children. I am a fully trained teacher and I teach grade one  class.
My name is George Zulu and I am a male aged 32 years old. I am married with two  children. They are nine  years old.
I teach grade two . I love teaching and I have the heart for children. I am a fully trained early childhood teacher.
My name is Kabukabu Muzeya and I am a female aged 25. I am the last born in a family of four . I am currently teaching the Reception (equivalent to US Kindergarten) Class at Hope and Future Community School. I am single and without any children.
I love children; the innocence in their eyes is what drives me to be around them. Children are my favourite beings.