What is Inflame The Dream?
Inflame the Dream is a community focused charitable trust set up in 2012 with the simple vision to empower and ignite dreams.
It is divided into four initiatives all serving one purpose which is to ignite dreams and make a difference in the lives of less privileged children. These are;
Orphanage initiative – where we supply food, clothes, blankets and other basic necessities as well as carry out empowerment workshops that perpetuate their goals and desires.
Back to school initiative – where we provide uniforms, books, stationery and pay school fees for kids from poor communities as part of inflaming their dreams.
Talent Outreach Initiative – where we seek and nurture talents from kids in orphanages and poor communities by providing a platform for them to showcase their talents.
Community outreach initiative – where donate food hampers to struggling families mainly child headed families, organise lunch drives, porridge drives and our annual Christmas hamper donations. We also help individuals with start up projects so they can become self sufficient and fend for themselves.
Inflame the Dream believes that every single one of us has a divine purpose in life. Your divine purpose is something that uses your unique skills and abilities to create happiness and joy for others and that is what Inflame the Dream aims to do.
Our first project in 2021 will be another community outreach initiative centred around a family in Hopley. We first came across 8 year old Nyasha and her mum during our food donations in Hopley last month. 8 year old Nyasha was sighted by our team on the road side crashing large stones to granite. Nyasha`s mum expressed to us that she was unwell but has no choice but to crash stones. The hammer they use weighs 4 pounds and for 8 year old Nyasha that is too much.
So our plan is to donate a candle making machine to Nyasha`s mum as a different way of generating money and a way of getting Nyasha off the road and to school. Nyasha’s mum expressed that they hadn’t made any sell for the past 3 months. We believe with electricity being scarce in their neighbourhood selling candles could be a great small business.
We would then like to pay fees for Nyasha, purchase her school uniforms, school shoes, bag, stationery and donate groceries.
We would need help purchasing any of the following; the candle making machine which costs $150, purchasing school uniform, bag, school shoes ,stationery and support with groceries.
We believe this would be a great initiative to kick start the year and make a great positive impact direct to this family and mainly 8 year old Nyasha.