Help Us Build a School
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. – Nelson Mandela
We are thrilled to announce some big plans for our ever expanding The Royal Chundu Foundation School, at Royal Chundu on the banks of the Zambezi River in Zambia. Why? In the name of offering quality education, close to home, to even more people in the local area around us.
We plan on building a new and bigger school to hold more students, and hope to school around 500 kids a year, from early education to 12th grade, with an adult literacy programme, online hospitality programme and a culinary school, linked to the chefs at Royal Chundu. Children will also be provided with a healthy breakfast and lunch each day. We hope to provide even more of our students with tablets to learn the Zambian curriculum on, as we are doing currently .
To raise funds for this project we are appealing to you we are appealing to you, guests, suppliers, partners, travellers, companies, individuals, young and old – everyone around the globe can play a part.
1. Buy a Brick
Donate money for bricks using Generosity to start the building process off.
2. Barter for Bricks
Donate your time for something good and we will buy a brick for you for your efforts.
Read a book at an old-age home, offer to help at a soup kitchen, do something, do anything.
Send us a photo of your good deed to add to our “Wall of Wings”.
If everyone does a little bit of good for someone else, the power of that collectively has the potential to change hundreds, thousands, of lives. We believe in doing good and walking the talk, in the power of positivity and paying it forward. The so-called butterfly effect. It’s not conventional, but we want to do something that has an impact greater than us, with infinite butterfly wings causing infinite good vibrations.
We will update you on the process through our blog and social media.
Please contact us should you have any questions.
We started the school for the young children of our staff members, so that their kids would be close by and still receive a high level of education. The school slowly grew to include the children from our neighbouring villages , which we work greatly with in the running of Royal Chundu. Soon our teachers, together with Headmistress Luckie Siamoonga, were educating up to three grades of children, from four to six years and doing so using the educational benefits of modern technology. We began with a mere 10 children two years ago and today have over 50 students. Help us educate up to 500!