Bringing more than five pounds of supplies for projects supported by our participants in Zimbabwe can be a complicated process involving customs, documents, etc. If you do wish to bring more than five pounds for any of these projects, please contact the participant you are staying with as they will be able to provide the best and most current advice on how to proceed.
Accommodations & Tour Companies
- Bomani Tented Lodge
- Camelthorn Lodge
- Changa Safari Camp
- Chikwenya Camp
- Davison’s Camp
- John Stevens Guided Safaris Africa
- Linkwasha Camp
- Little Makalolo Camp
- Little Ruckomechi Camp
- Lokuthula Lodges
- Matetsi Victoria Falls
- Ruckomechi Camp
- Stanley & Livingstone
- The Hide Safari Camp
- Ursula’s Homestead
- Victoria Falls Safari Club
- Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
- Victoria Falls Safari Suites
Once you choose a lodging from this page, you will be able to see the exact needs requested by the community project so you can choose to pack for a purpose and express your gratitude to the local community with the supplies you bring.
Stories from Zimbabwe
- PfaP Supplies Make a Special Landing at Davison’s Camp in Zimbabwe
- PfaP Travelers Make a Big Impact at More Community Foundation’s Projects
- Suzanne Black’s Story
- Africa Albida Tourism’s Commitment to Travel with Purpose
- From Australia to Africa: Honeymooners Spread the Love by Packing for a Purpose
- Girls Supplies Go to Southern Africa
- Shelley & Amanda’s Story
- Hans’ Story
Facts about Zimbabwe
The scenic beauty of Zimbabwe lures many adventure vacationers and international travelers to this African destination. Tourists can enjoy the majestic mountains, forests, and savanna in this region. Wildlife enthusiasts are able to spot incredible specimens of rhinos, hippos, and baboons on the open plains. This country offers some of Africa’s most beautiful and iconic scenes. Visitors can see the breath-taking Victoria Falls in between taking in the local culture. Humanitarians packing for Zimbabwe can also find a number of non-profit groups in Africa. These African service projects accept charitable contributions and donations.
Many of the non-profit groups and service projects in Zimbabwe focus on improving the health and wellness of the under-served African communities. These groups include Abused and Battered Women and Children’s Home and The Disablement Association. Visitors can help many of these projects via donations. Other projects in this region work to support education in the local communities. Visitors who are interested in responsible tourism can donate school supplies, including books and writing utensils to help improve the primary schools in the area. Wildlife enthusiasts can also contribute to the CAMPFIRE program, which works to help communities surrounding marginal wildlife area. This project accepts donated camping equipment and other items.