Want to get involved in helping the children of Swaziland? Well, here's how you can!
Fundraisers are our greatest source of donations. If you are interested in hosting a fundraiser to benefit Swazi Legacy, please contact us.
Donations and proceeds from our fundraisers go directly to support Manzini Youth Care and the McCorkindale's Orphanage in Swaziland. Everyone involved with Swazi Legacy works on a voluteer basis. They do not receive compensation, nor do we pay fees for fundraising efforts. You can be assured that your money will be going to children who need it.
Donations need not be money. We gladly accept non-perishable supplies that would be of use of the children of McCorkindale's Orphanage. We also accept donations of goods that can be used as part of our events and fundraising activities.
Keep in mind that many employers support matching gift programs and will match any charitable donation made by employees. Check with your Human Resources Department for more information.
We are always interested in meeting people that are willing to help our cause. If you are interested in helping to plan and carry out our fundraising activities, please get in touch with us.
Besides being an adventure of a lifetime, tourism also helps to boost the economy of Swaziland. What better way to learn about the plight of the Swazi people than to witness it firsthand?
You can find more information on the Swaziland Tourism Authority website.
In 2011 we made great strides in our effort to support the children of Swaziland. Here are some of our major accomplishments:
Stay tuned for more upcoming events!
The student members of the Eastchester Human Rights Club provided the following report on the success of this annual carnival.
This year the Catholic Youth Organization of Immaculate Conception in Tuckahoe, New York supported Swazi Legacy in their annual pasta dinner. Kevin Winnie, one of the students involved, wrote up a summary of his experiences.
Our first fundraiser was a very successful event where all goals were met: