100% of your donation goes directly towards lifesaving projects around the world!

Yep, 100%...Which gives you the peace of mind that your money is ACTUALLY changing someone’s life. Nothing would be possible without your support, which is why you will be able to follow and share the journey with us every step of the way.

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  • $5Can buy a new bucket for a lady to carry and safely store her clean water in
  • $10Buys a family essential seeds to grow fruits / vegetables which they can grow using the water we provide
  • $20Provides clean water from a manual pump for an entire school for one day
  • $50Provides clean water from a manual pump for a village for a whole week
  • $100Is the average cost to carry out pump maintenance to ensure sustainability for clean water in the future
  • $200Is the average costs to carry out ground water geological surveys - so we can find CLEAN WATER!
  • $500Will provide a water harvesting system to provide clean water to over 200 families
Meet: Richard

Please meet Richard,

When we first met Richard, we were amazed how a blind man, can adapt to extreme physical hard working conditions, with so little resources within a rural community- yet still stay positive all the time.

Richard works as a famer and has helped us with our projects including building a fence at the Community Agricultural Land for the families who are disadvantaged, such as his own. To be able to grow crops and bring home an income to support their families is a huge advantage. Richard’s two children truly admire their father and are inspired with his abilities & passion to be the best father he can be plus an important part in society.

Unfortunately Richard and his family live below the poverty line like most people in rural Africa, living on just a couple of dollars a day.  Unfortunately 73% of the population in Zimbabwe are below the poverty line at $1.25 per day.

Since our recent trip to Zimbabwe, a lot has changed. Since Opportunities for Life completed two projects for the Zimbabwe Parents of Handicapped Children Association (ZPHCA) Richard and his family have been eating fresh, home-grown vegetables from the nutrition garden that OFL started and most importantly, drinking clean, safe drinking water for him and his family!