SEED requires a Volunteer Finance Officer (2-3 hours per week / 8-12 hours per month)

This voluntary role will suit a person passionate about using his/her financial skills and experience (ideally in the charity sector) to make a real difference.

This flexible role only requires a few hours a week (or a day or two per month), so can work well around other commitments. (continues)

100% A'LEVEL PASS RATE2013-04-04
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Congratulations to the Victorious Learning Institute (VLI) for its fantastic results! If you remember, in 2010 a group of young teachers came to SEED to ask for assistance with setting up a school. The school is now thriving, providing education for 230 pupils in a very deprived neighbourhood. In only three years the school has become a successful educational establishment with outstanding results compared to the national average. (continues)

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Aysha Madha, previously a trustee, has won a place on the Vodafone World of Difference programme to work part-time for four months for SEED. Aysha is one of 500 people from across the UK selected to work at a charity of their choice, supported by the Vodafone Foundation.

Aysha's role will involve fundraising and developing a funding strategy for the future. (continues)

PEAK DISTRICT HIKE & BBQ, 5-6 JULY 20132013-03-28

Would you like to camp in the beautiful peak district? Hike 4k or 10k? Raise money for SEED? Enjoy a BBQ? And attend a garden party?

I would like to introduce to you this fantastic opportunity to take part in the Small Charity Challenge. Participants can camp in the stunning grounds of Thornbridge Hall on Friday and/or Saturday night (5th/6th July 2013). (continues)

MATCH FUNDING NOW AVAILABLE!2013-01-30If you set up a regular donation for £10 a month or more, our donor will match it for at least 12 months ,your donation will be worth double! You've seen the difference it can make in Zimbabwe. Take up this fantastic opportunity and set up a donation now!

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SEED recently joined with other NGOs, companies, Harare City Council, Ministry of Environment and others in organising a BIG Clean-up of Harare's city centre. We recruited 25 volunteers (+ our 2 staff) to join over 2000 other volunteers armed with brooms, gloves and bins to remove about 3 tonnes of the accumulated waste. (continues)


All ages turned out to plant gum tree seedlings in the community 'woodlot' (plantation of gum trees) in Dudzu this week, after the rains finally came.

These trees will provide a sustainable source of income, firewood and building material in a few years' time. They can be harvested whilst the 'mother' continues to grow. (continues)

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We participated in "Every child a tree" commemorations held at the University of Zimbabwe on National Tree Planting Day (3 Dec). Pupils from four schools planted trees and recited poems about the environment. VIP Guests included Byron Black, Zimbabwe's former international tennis star who is now Environment Africa's goodwill ambassador, who led by example by planting the first tree. (continues)

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