Andrew Rolfe Helps The Ubuntu Fund To Raise Over $900,000

During a gala dinner, which was held in May, Ubuntu Fund was able to raise over $972, 960. The management of the organization said that they would use the money to enhance the Fund’s school campus that is based in Port Elizabeth. The organizers of the event posited that they would allocate some resources towards the construction of a pediatric clinic within the campus. In addition, the Ubuntu Fund shall use the funds to enroll more disadvantaged children from the area. The gala dinner took the entire night. The organizers posited that they managed to attain their set objectives.

Over the years, the entity has played a pivotal role in taking care of the needy youths when they are young until they begin their careers. The Ubuntu Fund utilizes its resources and manpower to render their services to more than 400,000 needy people across Africa. The entity runs an innovative program that seeks to provide disadvantaged children with education and healthcare services. The Ubuntu Fund was founded in 1999. At the time, they solely focused on educational matters. Later, they enhanced their offing to include nutrition, health and home stability.

One of the beneficiaries of the Ubuntu Fund, Sinesipho Rabidyani, moved the audience through her inspiring speech. The young girl posited that when she was young, she saw the effects of alcoholism. While most children were happy to go home after school, Sinesipho feared because her father would become hostile. Because of these shortcomings, she paid more attention to her studies. Later, she earned a scholarship from the Fund, which came with mentorship and psychosocial support. Recently, Sinesipho enrolled in a law school. In addition, she managed to convince her mother to move far from their abusive patriarch.

About Andrew Rolfe

Andrew is the chairperson of the Ubuntu Education Fund. The executive enrolled in the University of Oxford to pursue his undergraduate degree. Later, he was accepted at Harvard Business School where he earned his master’s degree. He is also an alumnus of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford where he earned another master’s degree.

In addition, Andrew Rolfe works for TowerBook Capital Partners as the managing director. He largely zeros on acquiring companies that focus on retail, food service and hospitality. He also seeks for different investment opportunities in Europe and the United States.



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