Simoonga Orphanage Home
Volunteers should choose Simoonga Orphanage Home for the following reasons;
> we are friendly
>we need education
> we need influence
We are a Charity entity that needs whatever assistance we can get from the volunteers to help us feed the children, clothe them, as well as sustain the daily operations. We do not discriminate, we welcome people of all races.
The orphanage Home also runs a football academy that helps children by getting them to get involved in creative time. The move to keep children preoccupied helps them desist from uncharacteristic and unsocial behaviors like drug abuse.
We aim to nature and mentor youth through sport and recreation. As an idle mind is the devil's advocate, we aim at keeping youth recreationally attached so that they desist from substance abuse, early marriage, and unwanted pregnancies, and boy and girl child labor.
Soccer in this modern day is a high-paying profession and we believe and want to see some of our children and youth attain through soccer. We run both boys and girls football teams that comprise of participating footballers from the local community. These projects are aimed at character and moral development and we believe that through proper mentorship and a sustainable support system, these children will ultimately be identified by big teams.
The Orphanage, though financially challenged helps the team financially through winning allowance. We have enrolled quite a number of these children back to school and we have also introduced a free feeding scheme for them given that they all come from needy and poor backgrounds. We appeal to the world to help us finance this project and actualize the youth goals. We also appeal for volunteers to come on board to help coach and breed the teams. We need necessary coaching skills, we need support in every area of the sporting academy.
Everybody is welcome to volunteer either in the Opharnage Home or in the Sporting Academy.
HELP US TO HELP THEM, WHATEVER LITTLE WILL GO A LONG WAY.
I am Astone, a very friendly man to children and to volunteers. I am 40 of age and at the Orphanage, there are 6 staff;
1 security guard
1 Orphanage Manager
2 Orphanage mothers and