The Chabala Mercy Foundation works to provides sufficient food, clothing, a safe home and access to schooling for girls in Zambia.

Will you consider supporting one of these children, for just $35 per month?


Meet Berthel

Berthel Kabunda was born on April 15, 2006. She is from the vilage of Kabunda Bwina. Berthel has four siblings. After her father left her family, her mother has not been able to support Berthel and her siblings.

Berthel is Being Sponsored!

Meet Mary

Mary Mwansa was born on February 10, 2008. She is from Makonko Village. Mary has 9 brothers and sisters. Her father died when she was 6 years old and her mother went missing 2 year later. Mary is now under the care of one of her older sisters.

Mary is Being Sponsored!

Meet Agness

Agness Hachibamba was born on June 8, 2004. She is from the village of Makaka. Agness’ father died when she was 4 years old. Her grandmother took her in 2 years later when Agness’ mother disappeared.

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Meet Doreen

Doreen Kulya was born on February 20, 2007. She is from the village of Lunda. Both of Doreen’s parents died when she was 6, leaving her in the care of her grandmother.

Doreen is Being Sponsored!

Meet Loreen

Loreen Nkhunta was born on April 2, 2004. She is from the village of Ellar. Loreen’s father has an illness that resulted in the paralysis of his arms and legs. Her mother suffers from mental illness.

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Meet Favour

Favour Mukuka was born on June 9, 2009. She is from the village of Kubunda Bwina. Favour’s father divorced her mother when Favour was 2 years old. She remains in the care of her mother who struggles to support her.

Favour is Being Sponsored!

Meet Justina

Justina Sakala was born on July 5, 2009. She is from the village of Chinyanje. Justina’s parents passed away when she was 5 years old. Her grandmother now takes care of her.

Justina is Being Sponsored!

Meet Verapy

Verapy Mutupa was born on May 3, 2006. She is from the village of Chafwa. Verapy’s parents both passed away when she was 5 years old. She has been living with her aunt and uncle, who have struggled to feed and care for her.

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Can You Help?

Chabala Mercy Foundation is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization. With your tax-deductible support, we can change the lives of girls in Zambia for the better.

Please, consider one of these two options for giving: