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- Annual Report 2016 May 31, 2017Tariro is delighted to announce that our Annual Report for 2016 is now available! Please see below for the message from the President of the International Board of Directors and click here to view the full report. Many thanks to … Continue reading →
- The Quilt for Zimbabwe Comes Home! April 23, 2017On Saturday 25 March, the beloved Quilt for Zimbabwe was delivered to the lucky winner at his home in Freeland, Washington! In the year since it was lovingly crafted by the Cama Beach Quilters on Comano Island, the quilt was … Continue reading →
- Tariro joins the world in commemorating World Health Day #Depression:lets talk. April 7, 2017Tariro : Hope and Health for Zimbabwe Orphans joins the rest of the world in commemorating the World Health Day. World Health Day is celebrated on 7 April every year to mark the anniversary of the founding of the World … Continue reading →
- International Women’s Day #BeBoldForChange March 8, 2017International Women’s Day is Wednesday, March 8, and has been observed for decades as a celebration of women’s achievements across the globe and resounds the call for gender equality. International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that celebrates women’s achievements – from … Continue reading →
- Meet our Intern Social Worker February 23, 2017In our efforts to improve our psycho-social programming we decided to engage an Intern Social Worker and in that regard we have engaged Brenda Panganayi a third year Bachelor of Science Honors degree in Social work student at the University … Continue reading →
- Simba’s visit to the United States and Canada. January 25, 2017The month of November and December saw our Executive Coordinator Simbarashe visit the United States and Canada. Simbarashe arrived on the 12th of November in New York and had the opportunity to meet Karen one of Tariro’s international board members. … Continue reading →
- Today! Meet Simba in Victoria. December 4, 2016We are delighted that Tariro’s Executive Coordinator, Simba Kanyimo, will be visiting the Eugene, Portland, and Victoria in December! TODAY Simba will be in …. Victoria, Canada. Sunday, 4 December at 2pm Join Simba at the Bopoma Winter Event @ Oaklands Community Centre, 2827 Belmont … Continue reading →
- Today! Meet Simba in Portland, OR December 2, 2016We are delighted that Tariro’s Executive Coordinator, Simba Kanyimo, will be visiting the Eugene, Portland, and Victoria in December! TODAY Simba will be in …. Portland, Oregon. Friday, 2 December from 7pm Join Tariro and Njuzu Mbira us at Ford Food and Drink @ 2505 SE 11th … Continue reading →
- Today! Meet Simba in Eugene, OR. December 1, 2016We are delighted that Tariro’s Executive Coordinator, Simba Kanyimo, will be visiting the Eugene, Portland, and Victoria in December! TODAY Simba will be in …. Eugene, Oregon. You can meet Simba at the Kutsinhira Catch Up with Tariro at 5pm. Come out to hear … Continue reading →
- #ThankYouWednesday – You donated $1,775! November 30, 2016Dear friends, THANK YOU for your support on #GivingTuesday yesterday — you donated $1,775! We are overwhelmed by your support for our important work. Don’t worry if you didn’t get a chance to donate yesterday — our donor has agreed … Continue reading →
- Annual Report 2016 May 31, 2017
Thanking our donors: Kambuyu and Kubatana!
As we enter our Fall Fundraising Campaign, Tariro would like to thank the many communities that have supported us this past year. Most recently, we received donations from two performing ensembles in very different parts of the United States. Both of their members, however, share a love for the music and culture of Zimbabwe!
The first group, Kubatana Marimba, is based in Albuquerque, NM. For several years now, Kubatana has joined together with the awesome Wagogo Banda, a group that blends musical influences from Zimbabwe, Mexico, and elsewhere, in order to host a benefit concert for Tariro, raising close to $1,000 for us each year.
The second group, Kambuyu Marimba, is one of the few Zimbabwean marimba groups performing east of the Rockies! Based in Syracuse, NY, Kambuyu has been bringing the vibrant dance music of Zimbabwe to audiences in Western New York for almost a decade. Recently, we were thrilled to receive a check in the mail as a donation from Kambuyu!
As we work toward raising $40,000 in order to continue our work educating and empowering Zimbabwean girls in 2013, we appreciate the ongoing support of many individuals, organizations, and performing groups, including Kubatana and Kambuyu. And if you have not yet done so, please consider making a contribution to Tariro today. Your support is critical to our success!