IGNITE Youth Organisation is a non-profit organisation and thus we depend upon the generous gifts and donations from organisations, companies, churches and individuals to continue the work we are doing with young people. We accept both monetary and in-kind gifts and donations. You can send us an email at email@example.com with details about your gift and donation, and the Program you want to support.
For cash donations, once you send us an email with the details of the amount you would like to donate, we will send you our bank details. We are currently still working on our online payment system for donations.
For in-kind gifts, we can always use:
- good quality used clothes for babies/children/teenagers/young adults (male and female)
- items of sports equipment (deflated footballs, volleyballs, cricket bats, football shirts)
- toiletries for young women (soap, deodorant, body lotion, sanitary towels, toothbrushes)
- items of office stationary (paper, pens, exercise books/notebooks, staplers, computers, chairs, desks)
- items of band equipment (mics, cables, speakers, music instruments)
Thank you very much! We look forward to receiving your email! Your gift and donation will go a long way in helping us reach more youth, and impact more communities and societies.
Leadership has always been my passion. I seem to understand and appreciate politics very well. Ever since, I have felt a calling towards the area, I have felt a purpose in my life, not just to lead but to motivate others as well. This is why I love running this Program to empower other young people to become leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators. African youth have so much untapped potential. And it is up to us as Africans to discover this potential, and bring it to the surface. I am inspired by Nigerian Businessman Mr Ale ko Dangote who strengthened my mentality through his achievements, his success taught me that being African is not a limit to what you can do. I also believe that education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that a son of a mine worker can become the head of the mine, that a child of farm workers can become a president of a great nation.
EducationAdvanced Level and Ordinary Level Certificates
Experience2014 Junior Senator for Mazoe, 2015: 1st place Salvation Army Schools Association Cultural Public Speaking Competition in Bulawayo, 2015:Awarded a National Foundation Certificate in Horticulture from the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education -(he loves flowers), 2016 Junior Member of Parliament Hatfield, 2016 Junior Minister of State Harare Metropolitan -Junior Governor of Harare, Junior Ambassador of Tanzania
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