- Conservation through Art, Education and Science -

 

 

Donation:

 

If you would like to make a donation, you may make checks payable to Africa Matters and mail to the address below:

Click here for a donation form that you can print out.

 

Other Ways to Help

Africa matters is a pathway for conservation, ecology and biology classes and clubs, arts and photography organizations to make a difference. We would love to hear from anyone who is a student, a teacher, or member of any class or organization focused on conservation, ecology, biology, and art (including photography) to contact us. We know you have ideas, questions, expertise and we hope to make the network larger and strong to benefit all environments by all means. You can email or call.

 

We are looking for volunteers who have some time they'd like to offer for simple administrative tasks, some one-time and others that could be on-going.  Additionally, we are hoping to expand the Board of Directors as well as an Advisory Board of individuals who have specific skills, knowledge and contacts that can forward our mission.   Do not hesitate to contact us.

Director Wendy Blakeley assist with end of year awards ceremony at Dete Primary School.

AFRICA MATTERS

582 SAN LUIS ROAD
BERKELEY, CA. 94707

510/655-4528        or      africamatters2@gmail.com

PLEDGE: Yearly, Semi-Annualy, Monthly

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Wish List:

AFRICA MATTERS WISH LIST

Art supplies for secondary school

Pens and pencils for primary schools

Sewing materials (threads, embroidery needles, pins,)

Sleeping bags and mats for Ingonyama Dance and Drama road trips to schools

Used laptop computer for Ingonyama drama group

Printer that will burn pictures on to our catalogue and music CDs

 

FUNDS for:

Scholarships to keep students in school

A small kiln for reviving ceramic bead industry

"Beater" for natural fibre paper making

Costumes for the players (shirts, pants, shoes), traditional costumes

Production of a CD with animal fables with book

Couriers: if you are traveling to Zimbabwe, bringing things with you.

We are conscious of weight constraints

Africa Matters is a certified 501c3 non-profit

Contact: africamatters2@gmail.com All photos by Wendy Blakeley
Webmaster: Leonard Young