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What You Can Do

Give of your time (volunteering) or sponsor one of C4L's ongoing projects (giving)


Individual giving tends to be (although not always) on a smaller scale than donor grants.  But often, individual giving is more regular than the occasional grants from donors or SETAs.  So giving is a very valuable kind of resource to C4L!  Here are some possible scenarios:

  • Support a C4L staff member
    Individuals may also wish to anchor one of the salaries of key faculty members at C4L.  This approach is not unlike the more traditional "missionary support" where donations support a worker.
  • Sustain core costs
    This kind of revenue is sometimes described as the mortar between bricks of grant funding.  Not only are the grants larger, but their spending is very targeted.  Individuals can help to connect these bricks into a strong wall comprising C4L, but providing gifts that are not earmarked to specific cost centres.

Click here if you would like to make a donation to C4L.



In 2018 we are appealing for unds to expand the Fatayar Fatayar initiative of our new Boma Bakery.

Equipment - We will need a bigger oven to replace the small one we have used for start-up

Delivery - Our pick-up truck need a motor job

Mechanization - As volumes increase we will need a blender and a pizza oven


Our Fatayar distributors own and run their own micro-enterprises.  As they expand, they will need micro-loans.

Tree spinach is very nutritious and Fatayar is very delicious!

We can add other spinach products as well - spinach pasteries, spinach bread, spinach quiche and spinach pizza.

Fatayar is a product that is desired both by working people for lunch and to take home after work to the family, and by the "upmarket" in pastry shops and cafes.  It is in this sense a bridge between two cultures that tend to eat different foods.  But everyone loves Fatayar.




Click here to check out how you can give your time.

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CASNET NGO report 8.60 MB Oct 25, 2010 CASNET NGO report