Our Team

Julie Ngwabi

Julie Ngwabi

Co-founder

I have always had a passion and dream of being part of an organisation that helps and responds to people in need and suffering. Growing up from humble beginnings myself, I know it takes more than people showing compassion or pity but actually acting on that compassion and empathy to meet the identified need. My mother taught from an early age that giving has nothing to do with abundance, it’s from the heart. As a Christian I believe “Faith without works is dead.” My heart and passion is especially towards responding to the needs of the widows and orphans. Nothing gives me greater satisfaction than sharing God’s love for them and providing them with basic needs. “The love of Christ compels me.”

Bornwell Ngwabi

Bornwell Ngwabi

Co-founder

I have always wanted to share with the less privileged form an early age. This platform is a dream come true for me. It also fulfils my Christian beliefs to love my neighbour and look after widows and orphans. We had our first missions trip to Zimbabwe in October 2015 where we distributed clothes shipped from Australia and spread the word of God to the less privileged in the remote areas. We also ministered to the homeless youth and orphaned school children in the city. It was a fulfilling experience that I will love to keep doing. My wife (Julie) and I partnered with a team of like-minded Zimbabweans. Our goal is to keep helping as much as we can. We appeal to the like-minded to share with the less privileged in our society.

Samkeliso Mpofu

Samkeliso Mpofu

Program Coordinator

I volunteered to be part of this organisation from the very beginning when l first heard about it. There was no doubt in my mind that this is work I wanted to be part of. My role is to help coordinate the work of the Mission in Zimbabwe and l am also a hands on member that ministers to the people in the field. Distributing clothing, food and sharing the gospel as well as words of hope and encouragement was life changing for me. I set out to make a difference but I realised that l also learnt so much and was transformed in the process. Quite humbling; I consider it an honour and privilege to have this opportunity.