Fundraise

Do you have a creative idea to raise funds for the Emoyeni mission? Would you like to put together an event? We would love to hear from you! From car washes and yard sales to full presentations and banquets, every gift allows us to reach more kids for Jesus.

Please contact our office to find out how you can volunteer to raise funds and awareness for Emoyeni’s many projects.

You can reach us toll-free at (888) 436-6936, or email us at office@emoyeni.org.

All fundraising for Emoyeni is done by volunteers. We do not employ professional fundraisers.

About Emoyeni

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Emoyeni is a Christ-centered 501(c)(3) public charity. We support and provide caring solutions for South Africa's vulnerable children.

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Get Involved

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Looking to part of a winning team? Whether you're setting foot on African soil, or doing the ground work right from home, there are many ways to get involved. Explore our volunteer possibilities. Emoyeni may be the perfect team for you! Learn more in our How to Help section.

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Latest News

Moving lots of dirt today as we prepare for the many teams and volunteers coming in 2018! If you want to come visit, bring a mission team, join a mission team, or help fund our volunteer work in Badplaas, South Africa please message us, we would love to have you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Beautiful, fragrant flowers for the next harvest. Paul said he thanked God that he always lead him in victory and through him diffused the fragrance of the knowledge of Jesus in every place. As we leave one season behind we look forward to the next and to our God to do the same for us and through us for his glory. Last week one of the farm staff got wonderfully saved and delivered from Satan's hand. May he be the first fruit of this next season. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago  ·  

There is a time for everything under the son. The older trees have given us the best harvest yet at 5100 kilograms and ae now bearing new flowers for the next harvest. The baby macs are still wearing their winter wraps while 400 holes are being dug for new trees. ... See MoreSee Less

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