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Dare to Share with Zimbabwe, Holly Springs, North Carolina

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Web:
Address: PO Box 1461
Holly Springs, North Carolina  27540  
United States
Fax: Fax: 919.552.6469
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 20
Number of People Being Served: 2000
EIN: 56-180908
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Mission Statement


At Dare to Share we focus our attention on meeting native Zimbabweans' basic needs: food, healthcare, housing, education, and clothing. We offer a "hand-up," not a "hand-out." Each person supported by Dare to Share contributes in some way to Dare to Share’s ongoing initiatives. These initiatives include (but are not limited to) feeding programs, medical support, school opportunities, housing, and farm outreach.

Description


Educate With no free education and high inflation rate, even children with living parents have a slim chance for education. $450 per year will provide one child with tuition, uniform, books, and supplies for a full yearÂ’s education. Presently 250 students are enrolled by Dare to Share House Just $50 a month can provide housing, food and clothing for a family of 6 in Zimbabwe. Dare to Share makes certain that individuals are placed into culturally appropriate environments for care. Medical We are preparing to open medical clinics in 2008. Feed Dare to Share is currently providing staple food items (bought in bulk and distributed on a Monthly basis) to individuals and and families in need. Approximately 1000 people are supported by Dare to Share In 2000, Dare to Share was established as a 501 (c) 3 organization. Much of the work has been from JonathanÂ’s artistic gifts, as he sells his wire art to support the cause in Zimbabwe. In the past two years much of the funding has come from private donations, speaking engagements, etc. Visit our web site: www.daretosharezimbabwe.org

Educate With no free education and high inflation rate, even children with living parents have a slim chance for education. $450 per year will provide one child with tuition, uniform, books, and supplies for a full yearÂ’s education. Presently 250 students are enrolled by Dare to Share House Just $50 a month can provide housing, food and clothing for a family of 6 in Zimbabwe. Dare to Share makes certain that individuals are placed into culturally appropriate environments for care. Medical We are preparing to open medical clinics in 2008. Feed Dare to Share is currently providing staple food items (bought in bulk and distributed on a Monthly basis) to individuals and and families in need. Approximately 1000 people are supported by Dare to Share In 2000, Dare to Share was established as a 501 (c) 3 organization. Much of the work has been from JonathanÂ’s artistic gifts, as he sells his wire art to support the cause in Zimbabwe. In the past two years much of the funding has come from private donations, speaking engagements, etc. Visit our web site: www.daretosharezimbabwe.org

Mission Statement: At Dare to Share we focus our attention on meeting native Zimbabweans' basic needs: food, healthcare, housing, education, and clothing. We offer a "hand-up," not a "hand-out." Each person supported by Dare to Share contributes in some way to Dare to Share’s ongoing initiatives. These initiatives include (but are not limited to) feeding programs, medical support, school opportunities, housing, and farm outreach.

Organizational Statement of Faith


We do not have a statement of faith published anymore due to the opportunity to reach those without belief. We do not want to stop those that God may send us to do the work necessary in Zimbabwe. We allow God to use us to reach all people.


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Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No