We are a registered charity rooted in the volunteerism and friendship of youth. In Canada, students learn about Maasai culture and challenges of subsistence life in rural Tanzania, Africa. We focus on one village at a time, improving school and living conditions. All our projects are volunteer driven and based on solutions proposed by villagers.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are all volunteers, and happy to have another set of hands! You can also help out by visiting one of our community presentations, prepping wood for handicrafts, collecting old electronics for our e-waste recycling fundraisers, or by making a donation. As the African proverb says, "If you want to go fast, walk alone. If you want to go far, walk together". Join us!
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading news of our club through word-of-mouth, thank you! We have many beautiful, ecologically sustainable gifts to acknowledge financial donations. Most are made by local students in Quinte, or by women in the Tanzanian village we are helping.
Drop by our table at the vendor fair on Canada Day! We'll have gorgeous African print cloths and beaded jewellery from Tanzania, and much more!
Sun. July 1, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Centennial Park, Trenton
Construction is underway in Meserani, rural Tanzania! Visit our Facebook page for the most recent updates. We're building classrooms, installing rainwater collection and solar systems, and more!
For one evening only, 10-20% of sales at Chapters Belleville will benefit Students for Africa!
Mon. Nov. 19 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Learn more about our charity and find meaningful Christmas gifts that give twice. Unique wood crafts, Maasai jewelery from Africa, and much more! All proceeds support our projects in Tanzania.
Quinte Mall, Belleville
If it every plugged in and you don't need it anymore, hang on to it for us! Each year, we hold an e-waste recycling event in Trenton. Everything is safely recycled here in Ontario, and proceeds help impoverished children in rural Tanzania.
Check back again in Spring, 2019.