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What happens in Zulufadder
A monthly update from our life in Zulufadder.
Latest blog update: Thursday 29 September
Some pictures from the last week.
Mari Maurstad's corner
- 12.12.10Looking back at 2010Mari sends Christmas greetings and gives us a ...
- 19.06.10Summer greetingSummer in the northern hemisphere, winter in ...
- 28.02.10Zulufadder 5 years old!It is 5 years since Zulufadder was founded by ...
- 23.12.09Christmas LetterAmusing and poignant christmas letter from ...
- 13.08.09Good thingsIt is a scandal that week after week and month ...
What sets Zulufadder apart as a special organisation?
Zulufadder is a small organisation, without bureaucracy, but with a genuine passion for helping children in need.
We all have a degree of scepticism towards large organisations where money disappears off into the horizon to places unknown. In the media there are reports, on a daily basis, about corruption and high salaries paid to people who are engaged in charitable work.
So we at Zulufadder have ‘taken the helm’ ourselves. Sponsorship money from Norway (and other countries) goes straight into a South African bank account from where it directly pays for food supplies and school fees for our children. We are in full control; all other costs are borne by external funds.
Did you know...?
Eshowe has had a connection with Norway for a long time? It is 170 years since the first Norwegian settled here.
Things we have achieved
Listed below are some of the things we have achieved since Zulufadder was founded in 2005:
Donations via Paypal
You can set up a monthly payment through Paypal for your sponsorship or make a single donation to Zulufadder.
Our partnership with Rotary International
We have established a close working relationship with the Rotary Club of Eshowe, Zululand and also several international Rotary Clubs.