Zimbabwe Educational Trust is a diaspora-led UK registered charity. We are working with partners in Zimbabwe to improve the social conditions which shape children’s access to education and their attainment whilst in education, as well as helping to improve the material conditions within Zimbabwean schools.
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You can make regular monthly donations to ZET online through PayPal:
Alternatively, you can set up a standing order by downloading, completing, and returning the following form:
If you would prefer to make a one-off donation, you can do so online through Paypal:
Alternatively, you can send a cheque – made payable to ‘Zimbabwe Educational Trust’ – to: Zimbabwe Educational Trust, Bridge Street Church, Bridge Street, Leeds, LS2 7QZ.
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Gift Aid is a scheme run by HMRC. For every £1 you donate we’re able to claim back 25p from the government. Whether donating online or via post/email, please Gift Aid your donation so that we can make your money go further!
By checking the Gift Aid box, you are confirming you are a UK tax payer and understand that if you pay less income tax than the value of your Gift Aid it is your responsibility to pay the difference.
Why support ZET?
ZET is a small diaspora-led organisation; our overheads are low and our links to the communities where we work are strong. This means we really can maximise the value of your donations. Over the last year, The UK’s Department for International Development awarded ZET A+ grade for our work with Trinity Project – praising our impact, our value for money, and our ability to reach the most vulnerable in society.
As well as fundraising, we provide our partners with essential support in financial and project management. Your monthly donations are central to this support: regular donations enable ZET and our partners to plan ahead and budget with more confidence. This planning is central to achieving sustainable impact.
As a monthly donor, you would be central to the work of ZET in supporting our partners. 80% of the funding ZET receives will go directly to our partners, forging a lifeline to vulnerable communities in Zimbabwe. The final 20% supports ZET’s modest running costs to maintain high levels of project management and monitoring, enabling our partners to not only continue their important work, but reach out and help far more people to lift themselves out of poverty.