About Us

Who We Are

My Future Matter (MFM) is a passionate, educational and community-based initiative operating as a non-governmental organization (NGO) with its activities mainly directed to help, nurture and develop orphaned and vulnerable children to become self-sustaining and constructive to their communities.

The organization operates under the child care laws of Zimbabwe. It was founded in 2016 due to the growing numbers of orphaned children and their increasing vulnerabilities, between the ages of 3-21 years of age. It is currently supported by our founder and board members.

Reg. No MA0000522/2016 amended MA0001369/2017operating in Mashonaland East and Mashonaland central Districts initiating sustainable projects with a desire to grow into other districts.

The organization promotes gender equality in its effort to improve the livelihood of vulnerable young people in the marginalized community. The organization subsists on donations by well-wishers, grants and currently working on income generating projects including Poultry, animal husbandry & Agriculture.

The organization is an initiative of the founder and board, which it’s been assisting vulnerable children with their educational and welfare needs. The situation is worse now because of rampant HIV/AIDS deaths, absolute poverty levels in our rural setting, High levels of child neglect because of high illiteracy levels and other natural calamities. Mashonaland East province of Zimbabwe where an estimated 2000 orphans reside.

Our Core Values
Professionalism
Respect
Integrity
Transparency
Professionalism
All trustees or employees act in a professional manner as there will be working with vulnerable people
Respect
Respect is at the heart of our organization as we aim to work in a diverse community.
Integrity
As organizations, we value honesty, trust and to this end, we affirm our commitment.
Transparency
Accountability involves a culture of promoting democracy and transparency in our organisation.

Our Objectives

Provision of intermediate needs of OVCs through the provision of technical and material resources. Promotion of community development through conscientisation, participation and empowerment programs within special interest groups in the community. These may include marginalised children, women, youth and the elderly. To advocate for meaningful contributions, participation and decision making for individual or groups within the special populations and in matters concerning them.