July 2011 News

Announcements: In Tucson, our US headquarters for the ZCF, we need a collection and packing space for physical donations. If you have spare space in Tucson, please contact Barby Goldschmid at crgbpg@aol.com or 520-237-8881. We also need someone to serve on…Read More

Report from our Chishawasha Orphanage

5/8 The school is going very well and all the children look healthy and happy. The electricity is working most of the time and my computer is working very well and connects easily to the internet, which makes my life so much easier than in previous visits. …Read More

World AIDS Orphan Day

Nearly 15 million children below age of 18 have lost one or both parents to AIDS, according to UN AIDS. The vast majority are in sub Saharan Africa. Africa is staggering under the load of AIDS orphans. In 2002, May 7 was declared as the AIDS Orphans Day at…Read More

Store Report from Kathe in Zambia - 2.11.10

I am sorry it has taken so long to write another report, but we are having major problems with our electricity (even with our generator we still frequently loose power in the evenings) and our computer connections. We hope to get a new internet company out to…Read More

Report from Kathe in Zambia - 2.11.10

Greetings to All from beautiful green Zambia! I am sorry I have not been able to report more faithfully but we have been having major problems with our electricity and computer internet links. Hopefully at least some of it will be resolved this next…Read More

World AIDS Day

World Aids Day is Dec. 1. Let's remember the children who have been orphaned by this terrible disease. Please consider a $10 donation on Dec. 1 to help the Zambian Children's Fund combat the spread of AIDS by educating these children about healthy…Read More

Zambian Children's Fund Newsletters

I know that many of you belong to multiple causes, but take a few minutes to check out the Zambian Children Fund's new website and its archive of newsletters. You can also sign up to receive the newsletter by mail. It keeps you informed about the children in…Read More
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