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Zimbabwe Pensioner Support Fund

Zimbabwe Pensioner Support Fund raises funds to support destitute pensioners in Zimbabwe with food parcels and essential items. ZPSF is entirely funded by the public.

Easter Fund Raising




Hi Everyone, Just a small update on what we are up to. The first trip of 2011 was a big success. With very reasonable border crossing times and no major complications. We are now in the process of getting ready to start packing for the April "Easter" trip. Once again we try and make this special tim...
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Trip Update - February 2011

News of the maiden trip for 2011: ( Hannes is back up and ready to rumble .) Tues 15th. February We left Malelane somewhat late at 10.00 and eventually arrived in Musina at 20.30 well spent in as we had had a long and trying day. There were four vehicles travelling up, the two trucks, Hannes in his ...
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Thank you - Zvishavane Pensionser


On behalf of the Zvishavane Pensioners I would like to convey sincere gratitude to the ZPSF Team for the lovely food parcels received today....each recipient was very grateful indeed for the most welcome groceries and toiletries. I have delivered all the parcels and would like to wish the Team a saf...
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Annual Review - 2010











Here we are again at the end of another year. How time flies. It seems like just last week that I was reading through the overview for 2009. Going back through the overall report on 2009 I noted that we did a whole lot of expansion of our calling in that we added no less than six more homes represen...
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PayPal is Here

Our PayPal account is finally up and running. I apologise for all the delays, but at least now it is done correctly in the funds name. No short-cuts taken. Below is the Link to the account. All you have to do is click on the link, then put in the amount you would like to donate, click on the update ...
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Trip Update - Christmas December 2010

Daniel Koekemoer accompanied by his wife Elza and young daughter Stephanie, doing the shorter Bulawayo route and Boet Holmes and Myself doing the longer Harare route. Thursday 9th We got together in Malelane to load the two trucks and spent the whole day packing and ensuring that everything was in o...
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Trip Update - November 2010

his trip was undertaken by myself accompanied by Boet Holmes and Les Brits. Boet, now has his truck's Learners licence and did some driving and Les is on his second trip learning the route and system. After a 30 day delay – due to problems with the permits and paper work, we finally set off on the O...
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Knysna Report


We thank Knysna Report for their story and supporting us in spreading awareness.
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Trip Update - August 2010


Quick summary: We travelled about 6648 Kms and used more than 2100 litres diesel. We served about 29 homes feeding schemes and kitchens catering for more than 1650 people. We carried in the region of 740 boxes, some personally marked, some for kitchens plus extra ones packed and sent by friends and ...
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Trip Update - June 2010

This journey around the longer Harare route was undertaken in the company of our friend Boet Holmes. He is also busy "swotting" the K53 book of horrors so as to get his heavy-duty licence in order to help with the workload. We are very thankful and wish him well in the course of his studies. June is...
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Passing of Norman Nimmo

Norman Nimmo dies Very sad news - as reported by Liz Botha: It is with a heavy and sad heart that we have to convey the news that our friend and colleague was killed late on 3rd May, tragically in a car accident. Its a major loss for us as an organization as he was sold out completely for the pensio...
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Trip Update - April 2010

Norman Nimmo dies Well folks, after two weeks of intensive sourcing, sorting, packing and labelling we had our trucks loaded and weighed ready to leave on our next trip into the field where we administer the gifts of food and sustenance to the many, many needy pensioners in Zimbabwe. It was early on...
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Trip Update - February 2010

At last we are in the year of the Soccer World Cup, Africa, the year 2010 and there is a buzz of excitement all around. Everywhere we go we hear about the challenge it is presenting to the organisers, public, Police and such like. The poorer are crying because they cannot get tickets and the wealthi...
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Thank you notes

Greetings from Africa Dear Friends, Thank you all so much for my Christmas Gift. It was wonderful of you all to think of us in Zimbabwe. Many Christmas & a Happy New Year. Love Marie Roberts No 53 Sunningdale Trust, Chinoyi Dear Kind Friends, Once again thank you so much for the gift of grocerie...
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Annual Review - 2009

It is with a grateful heart and a lifted spirit that I am once again putting pen to paper to let all you great folk who have been so faithful in supporting us so that we could get the job done well in this past year. 2009 was a good year in which we grew our pensioner base to include three homes in ...
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An Oldie White Zimbabwean has her Say

Every story is different. I am 70 years of age. My husband died on 30th May this year (2009) and I was left destitute because his only child, from a previous marriage did not want to share any inheritance. Suffice to say, I had no option but to survive and the only way I could do so was to sell my f...
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Annual Review - 2008

The year 2008 was the year that ushered in a new dispensation for the Zimbabwe Pensioners Supporters Fund. We started to realize the dream of expanding the network of our goals and our purpose in all areas.  January Mr Norman Nimmo, one of the men who caught the vision, put his shoulder to the ...
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Thank You Letters

It felt like Christmas all over again yesterday. I received a box of goodies from people who came to someone they don't even know. Thank you so much for your kindness I know that you are are all very special people, and I pray that God will bless you all. Thank you once again for blessing m...

Pat Pwelean

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