Get involved in our activities

We would like to invite you to join us as partners of The Mwangaza Foundation dedicated to helping disadvantaged children. These children include those who have lost their parent/s to AIDS, children who have been abandoned by their parents and children and families that are just barely surviving while trying to overcome extreme poverty and hopelessness.

Mission Team teaching Chutes and Ladder

Who can get involved as a volunteer? 

Anyone can be a part of supporting TMF!  There are many volunteer opportunities listed below that groups of all ages could participate in.  Use your imagination.


  • Volunteering in your home town: What can volunteers do?

-Volunteer with local Mwangaza Foundation to help with administrative or event needs
-Lead a “drive” at your school, place of business or church. (ie:clothing drive, formula drive, shoe drive, jacket drive, school supplies)
-Have a garage sale or other fundraiser and donate your profits to TMF
-Help spread the word about TMF and the work they are doing with the orphans
-Sponsor a child, encourage friends and family to donate or sponsor a child themselves.

-Become a pen pal with one of the older children

Mission Team Student teaching children Chutes and Ladders
For the opportunities in Songea volunteers need to be of high school age and above


  • Volunteering in Songea, Tanzania: What can volunteers do?


- Mentor or tutor the children
- Teach children English, science, and math

- Build an underground food storage

- Spiritually mentor those in the Swacco community.
- Teach carpentry skills, work on building/repair projects
- Teach  computer skills
- Provide HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention
- Teach children building maintenance skills
- Teach canning and storage methods

- Teach sewing and knitting methods
- Volunteer your time in the orphanage playing with the children
- Provide health care and hygiene training
-Train farmers in principal farming practices

Other than sponsoring children with material or financial help in Tanzania, you can also make a difference in a child’s life if you tutor/mentor them.


Studies have shown that tutoring and mentoring underprivileged improves their academic performance, chances of going to college and getting a good job allowing them to be productive members of society. In addition to those amazing benefits it also contributes to their overall well-being, and the well-being of the community.


Please help spread the word! 

Relay this message to school service learning organizations and other people you think will be of help. We can all make a difference in the lives of children, physically, emotionally, spiritually and with their opportunity for education.  We can bring them hope.

Mwangaza is a Swahili word meaning "Vision". Mwangaza Foundation provides a vision that will guide the children through their efforts to achieve "Self-Reliance".
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