Andrew has played a pivotal role in ensuring that the Ubuntu Fund continues to help disadvantaged children in the society. Through his visionary leadership, the organization has benefited many persons by providing them with healthcare services, education, nutrition and home stability. The entity was founded in 1999 to focus on providing education to needy children. However, they soon realized that these kids wanted more than education. To this end, they expanded their offing.

Recently, the Fund organized a fundraiser in London. The entity managed to surpass their goal of raising £600,000. During the gala dinner, inspiring speeches were made by different persons who had graced the occasion. Sinesipho Rabidyani, who is a beneficiary of the Ubuntu Education Fund, shared her inspiring story with the audience. She said that when she was young, her father used to drink, thus making her to dread going home from school. Owing to this situation, she redoubled her efforts at school and excelled in her examination. This way, she managed to secure the Ubuntu Fund’s scholarship. Today, she is pursing law.

In attendance was the chief executive officer of the Ubuntu Education Fund, Jacob Lief. In his speech, the executive posited that in the past two decades, he had watched how disadvantaged kids in Africa grew up. He saw the need to provide them with better healthcare and nutrition, and empowering their families. Today, the fund is helping over 2,000 needy children living around Port Elizabeth.

The Fund runs a noble program that seeks to take young disadvantaged children and provide them with childhood support. When they become teenagers, they are provided with vocational training that educates them on financial matters. The Fund has succeeded in reducing HIV transmission. In addition, ninety percent of the Ubuntu Education Fund’s scholars are pursuing their studies in prestigious universities.

Andrew Rolfe

As the chairman of the Fund, Andrew Rolfe has played an integral role in augmenting the operations of the organization. Owing to his vast educational background, Andrew has been able to provide visionary leadership that has seen more than 400,000 disadvantaged people benefit from their services.

The graduate of St. Edmund Hall in Oxford is the managing director of a renowned corporation, TowerBook Capital Partners. In addition, the success of WH Smith Plc. and The Gap, are anchored on Rolfe’s transformative leadership. This is because he has rendered his services as an executive in both of these companies.


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