for your kind donation. Upon receipt of your donation, D-3 Foundation will provide you with a written receipt with its 501(c)(3) disclosure.
100% of all monies you contribute will go directly to the program(s) you designate.
Administrative costs associated with fundraising, organizational costs, or soft costs, are underwritten by the founders, ensuring that 100% of all donor funds go directly to the program(s) designated.
In Africa, clean drinking water has an immeasurable effect on health and quality of life. In 2010, D3 partnered with Global Water Partners to help build and repair water wells in rural villages of Zimbabwe.
D3 Foundation believes that empowering children through education leads to poverty reduction and a better chance of future success.
An incredible group of 14 Spanish dentists, calling themselves Sonrisas Para Zimbabwe, first visited Zimbabwe in 2011 where they treated over 1,700 local residents of villages along the outskirts of Hwange National Park over a five-day period.
Nyamukani, founded in 2006, is an embroidery club aimed at alleviating rural poverty by empowering local women to help themselves and their families.
Boreholes serve as essential life sustaining watering holes for wildlife who call Hwange National Park home during the dry season.
Since its inception, it has grown from a summer only recreational program to include four major components that address the social service, health care, educational and vocational needs of Harris County youth.
The mission consists of three components: a medical team, a construction team, and a team that works with a local orphanage.
In 1989, Palmer Memorial Church developed a program to assist the less fortunate in the community with the opening of the Way Station.
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