Celebrate 20 years by making an anniversary gift.
Cradle to Career
Ubuntu Pathways breaks the cycle of poverty by providing South Africa's most vulnerable children with what all children deserve—everything, every day.
determine her future.
Poverty is Complex.
The world’s poor face challenges that have deep-rooted causes, often spanning generations.
But the cycle is breakable.
We have created a pathway out of poverty that guides children from their first steps to their first jobs.
A lifetime of support. Lives transformed.
of mothers living with HIV give birth to virus-free babies in a community where 1 in 3 pregnant women is infected.
of our scholars pass their university qualifying exams, compared to a 37% pass rate among their peers.
of youth are placed in rewarding jobs in a region where 80% of young people aged 18-35 are unemployed.
day, a week, or even a year.
TO CELEBRATE OUR ANNIVERSARY, WE SHARED OUR
20 Year Dreams
How You Can Help
"I’ve chaired Ubuntu’s Johannesburg Gala since its inception. As the founder of Art Talks, a platform that connects the art world with art buyers, I use my relationship with South Africa’s most brilliant artists to support Ubuntu’s life-changing work. I’m proud to be a part of Ubuntu’s mission and create uplifting connections that make the world a better place."
"On our wedding day, we chose to support Ubuntu so that the love and celebration we felt could extend far beyond our community. We wanted to help give Port Elizabeth’s children what they deserve and need most."
"Fundraising for Ubuntu was such a rewarding experience because we were helping to change lives by doing what we love. It was awesome to witness how generous people were when we asked them for support!"
"Ubuntu understands that a child’s path from poverty is not just about education. Their holistic model is one any donor should feel confident getting behind. It’s what inspired me to get more involved and give monthly."
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A symbol of our belief that access to quality education and healthcare is a right, not a privilege.