Come and Celebrate

You are invited to celebrate our tenth anniversary on Sunday 6th November. Feel free to bring a friend!

Time: 12 noon to 3pm Venue: St Paul's, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 1JP

Lunch will be provided, as a 'bring and share' affair. If you are able we would be most grateful if you could bring a main, side or dessert to share. (continues)


Ten years ago we registered The SEED Project as a charity and embarked on our mission to empower communities in Zimbabwe to emerge from dependency into collaborative sufficiency. We are thankful for the achievements we have accomplished over the last 10 years with the local communities in Zimbabwe, and also grateful to our donors and supporters. (continues)

OCTOBER IS FREE WILLS MONTH2016-10-11 Free Wills Month offers members of the public aged 55 and over the opportunity to have their simple Wills written or updated free of charge, by using participating solicitors in selected locations around England, Scotland and Wales.

An up to date Will written by a solicitor ensures your wishes are respected. (continues)

ANNUAL MUREHWA GARDEN SHOW2016-10-11Our market gardening Project in Murehwa enables people to become self-sufficient in vegetables, in many cases generating income from the surplus. Like all our projects we aim to have a ripple effect; the market gardeners teach others in the community what they have learned about how to improve the quality and quantity of their crops. (continues)

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED2016-09-29We are currently looking to expand our work and are seeking a range of volunteers and interns. Please look at our Volunteer page for further details.

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Following delays caused by the wait for rain and the need to avoid clashing with political party meetings, we have now successfully helped to plant three new woodlots in the past week.

Our Senior Community Development Worker, Robert writes, "Now that news has travelled about what we are doing, we are so overwhelmed by requests for more trees. (continues)

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This week is National Tree Week. While many of us in the UK will soon be buying a Christmas tree, or may already have done so, villagers in Zimbabwe have been planting trees.

Far more than just a winter decoration, the vast majority of which will end up being sent to landfill sites, the trees in Zimbabwe will serve a whole range of useful purposes, including:

Provide shade Prevent soil erosion Wood for fire and building (can be 'harvested' whilst the 'mother' tree continues to grow) Make very long, straight and strong multipurpose poles Fibre used for tying building structures Encourage return of wildlife Fruit suitable for human consumption Leaves, bark and roots useful for medicinal purposes Flowers attract lots of bees and encourage honey production

So, please invest in the future by helping Zimbabwe villagers to invest in trees by texting "SEED77 '10" to 70070 or donating online. (continues)

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Do you (or someone you know) have what it takes to help develop a new project to improve the quality of education in schools located in struggling communities in Zimbabwe?

If so, then SEED wants to hear from you! We are looking for someone to support the development of project ideas for SEED and assist with project proposal writing and assessment. (continues)

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