Collection Groups

Start your very own collection group and help us save orphans’ lives. Ubuhle Bezwe actively promotes collection groups across all walks of life, who raise vital funds, collect food parsels and awareness of our work by organising events and activities.

The Collection groups will be essential to our work as they effectively act as the face of Ubuhle Bezwe in local communities throughout the country.

We are constantly looking for people who will act as a point of contact for anyone wishing to learn more about the efforts of Ubuhle Bezwe.

This will be a challenging role but the intrinsic reward of helping disadvantaged children will one to be savoured for the rest of your life.

All you need is bags of enthusiasm, a sense of humour and a desire to help those who are less fortunate than you. For more information about becoming a collection group organiser please email us at volunteer@ ubuhlebezwe.org

Direct Fundraisers

Direct Fundraisers are the face of our organization, they liaise with people to raise the essential funds we need to continue to help those that are most in need. Work as part of a team, or on your own to raise crucial funds for orphanage.

It is very flexible and you can fit your work around times that suit you. All we need is a couple of hours of your time a week to visit people and inform them of the suffering and injustice faced by the children we take care of, who were once subject to live in the most appalling conditions.

Direct fundraisers often work in the evening, so it will not effect your job or any daytime activities. Our direct fundraisers have shown unwavering dedication to raise awareness of the most vulnerable orphans in the communities. Help us raise a life changing amounts of money to ensure that they have a better future.

For more information about becoming a direct fundraiser please email us at volunteer@ ubuhlebezwe.org

Become a fundraiser

Sell your unwanted items

There are many ways in which you can sell your unwanted bits and pieces and raise crucial funds to help vulnerable orphans, who are forced to live in the most appalling conditions around the world.

Car boot sales

Fill your car up with anything that you don’t need and get yourself to one of these markets and start raising money.

School fetes

Although the money for most goods sold at fetes goes to the school, you can arrange to split the funds between Ubuhle Bezwe and the school, thereby helping the two organizations.

Garage sales

Ask friends and family to bring their unwanted goods and set up shop in your garage or garden. Try to make some colourful, eye catching signs to encourage passers  to come and buy.

Sell on eBay

You can sell all those things that are lying in your attic on eBay. Then donate the proceeds to Save An Orphan and help save lives.

Car wash

Invite people to wash there cars and get refreshment while they wait for their cars to be washed. Put up signs to attached people to your car wash.

 

     

These are just a few ways to sell your clutter. Remember, every penny and vita item that you give will make a huge difference to the lives of disadvantaged orphans.

Fundraising at School

Get involved and raise money by getting your school involved too. Together we can give disadvantaged orphans an education to pave their way into adulthood. School children are brimming with enthusiasm and are always ready to help other children who are less fortunate than they are. Here are just a few ideas on how your school can get involved:

Organise a sponsored walk

Children have, seemingly, an inexhaustible supply of energy, release this energy by taking them for a sponsored walk around the local park. They can get friends and family to sponsor their walk.

Organise a sports competition

Organise any sort of sports tournament and sell tickets to parents and guardians to come and watch their child take part.

Non-uniform days

Children love not having to wear school uniform. Each child can pay a small amount to be able to wear the clothes of their choice to school.

Artwork auctions

Organise an Artwork Auction and sell art to the highest bidder.

There are loads more ways to get your school involved, the only limit is your imagination. Get creative, have fun and raise lots of money! If you’re stuck for ideas, we’ll be happy to help, simply email us at volunteer@ ubuhlebezwe.org

Fundraising at work

Improve morale by getting active and having fun at the office. You can brighten up every ones day and help us raise the all important funds needed to change the lives these kids.

Organising some fun activities will be a welcome release, for everyone, from the drab routine of 9-to-5, and you can make a real impact on the lives of these kids.

 

Jeans to work day

Make a donation and wear jeans to work

Cake sale

Get baking and sell your homemade cakes at work

Be a ‘dogsbody’

Get lunch, make coffee and run errands in return for donations

Lunchtime quiz

Organise a quiz for lunchtime have some fun over lunch. People can give money to enter.

These are just a few ideas to get you started, you can come up with your own ways to raise money and help us save lives. If you’re stuck for ideas, we’ll be happy to help, simply email us at volunteer@ ubuhlebezwe.org

 

Fundraising at university

The children at Ubehle bezwe will never have the chance to go to university, but with your help we can change that and ensure these special kids get the education to successfully grow to maturity.

Universities are great places to organise charity fundraising activities, it’s a way to have fun, make new friends and get the most out of being a student.

 

Organise ‘open mic’ gigs

Get anyone to take part, from comedians to rappers, then sell tickets to the gig.

Fancy dress collections

Dress up in your wildest costumes and collect donations from students on campus.

Organise dinners or ‘iftars’

Get volunteers to bring food and sell tickets for an ‘eat for orphans’ night to students.

Organise sports events

Organise sports competitions between teaching staff and students, and let the students teach the professors a thing or two.

 

Organise your own!

Organise your own event and see how much fun you can have. You can try absolutely anything and get involved with our good work.

From eating contests to talent contests, it is entirely up to you to create an event that you will enjoy and help save lives at the same time. We will give you all the support you need to create your own event, we also would like to hear from you if you have any new ideas for events.

Volunteers and fundraisers are the backbone of our organisation and without your loyalty and commitment we would not be able to support the millions of orphans who desperately need our help, get creative and start thinking of new and fun ways to raise the vital funds needed to save lives.

These are just a few ideas to get you started, you can come up with your own ways to raise money and help us save lives. If you’re stuck for ideas, we’ll be happy to help, simply email us at volunteer@ ubuhlebezwe.org

 

Corporate partnerships

Working together we can help improve morale and productivity of your business and make a lasting change to the lives of orphans across the world.

Working alongside Ubehle bezwe can portray your company as being compassionate towards those less fortunate than you and committed to delivering sustainability to impoverished orphanages.

Whatever your needs, we can tailer the ideal partnership to suit your company. Get your company involved with any of the following and we will give you all the help and support you will need:

 

Profit sharing

Donate a percentage of your profits to Ubehle bezwe and we will ensure that deprived orphans across the world will have a brighter future.

Promote us

Promote Ubehle bezwe in all your advertisements and promotional material. Get other companies involved too.

Fundraising

Encourage fundraising for Ubehle bezwe within your organization

GIft Aid

Gift Aid any donations made to Ubehle bezwe

There are lots of ways in which your company could save lives and also build the reputation of your business as being dedicated to helping vulnerable orphans.