How to Help
We welcome support from individuals, schools, churches/faith-based organizations, colleges, universities, corporations and businesses in order to improve the lives of people and transform communities. Possible areas of partnership include:
- Child sponsorship (Direct Donation). The Child you sponsor will be given the care and resources they need to develop in every area of their lives - their mind, body and relationships:
- Fees, and uniforms to go to school
- Nutritious food
- Health check-ups and treatment
- Personal attention and guidance from loving HEVIA staff members every weekend.
- Literacy and life skills training
- Vocational training such as bead-making or carpentry
- Recreational Activities during their holiday
- Direct communication with the sponsor through letter writing and Phone calls
- Fundraising – Support can be raised through hosting/promoting fundraising events. This can be done by organizing a local fund raising campaign aimed at supporting the activities of HEVIA and reach our to the most vulnerable communities.
- Corporate Partnership - A corporate partnership with HEVIA can make a real and sustainable impact. It has never been as easy for a business to support HEVIA and help us deliver our programmes in some of the most forgotten communities across Kamwenge District. Through our specific campaigns, we provide a wide variety of opportunities for your company to extend a hand to the forgotten communities and together we can make a real difference to the lives of some of the world’s poorest people. We have a dedicated team that is ready to meet with you and discuss your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) requirements and will work closely with you to help meet your objectives and us of reaching the less fortunate.
- Fair-trade and Entrepreneurship– Partnerships through creation of opportunities for distribution and selling of crafts and other artifacts produced by poor communities, When we equip the youth with Technical skills we remain with a debt of finding them capital since most of them come from families living below the poverty line.