Rubatsiro Ministries

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Rubatsiro means “helping hands” in the Shona language (spoken in Zimbabwe) and we feel burdened to provide what help we can to those in des

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The trust exists to collect financial donations from those concerned in New Zealand and to distribute the funds to our trusted partners in Zimbabwe. See our website www.rubatsiro.org for more information and to see our newsletters.

Since 2007, Rubatsiro Ministries has raised over NZ$100,000. This has gone primarily to the provision of food parcels as well as providing resources (school fees and stationery) for a school comprised mainly of orphans. 100% of funds in our bank account have met a need of someone in Zimbabwe.


Latest donations

  • Alice Davidson

    Alice Davidson on 02 Aug 2014

    Private

    Hello, Please may this money go to John Derks and 2nd Chance Rehabilitation Centre

    Private

  • Alice Davidson

    Alice Davidson on 28 Sep 2013

    Private

    Hi, Please may this money go to John Derks and 2nd Chance Rehabilitation Centre

    Private

  • Ange and Tim

    Ange and Tim on 24 Jul 2013

    $20

    $20

  • Michelle Bate

    Michelle Bate on 19 Apr 2013

    Private

    Thank you for doing the amazing work that you do. Hope my donation helps a little bit.

    Private

  • Eileen Lowe

    Eileen Lowe on 12 Mar 2013

    $50

    Wish I could do more. My heart breaks when I get news about Zimbabwe. Nick I am Penny's sister. We are all well.

    $50


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