Umoja Tanzania is supported by kind and generous people around the world, who donate financially and/or give their time, enabling us to empower Tanzanian youth. Internationally we have organisational partnerships with two entities - in the UK we are partnered with registered charity Umoja UK and Global Development Group in Australia.
Umoja Tanzania is partnered with Umoja UK, who offer fundraising and other support. 100% of funds raised are used to support Umoja's work in Tanzania and all board members give their time voluntarily. Umoja UK is a Registered Charity (1136792)
This means that Umoja UK is tax exempt and eligible for the Gift Aid scheme. A Gift Aid declaration is a statement by a UK taxpayer asking for their donations to be treated as Gift Aid payments, so that the tax they have paid on the amount donated can be claimed back by the charity receiving the donation. Read More
If you would like to know more about how to get involved in the UK, please contact the Co-Founder and Chair Emma Wagner.
We are currently recruiting individuals to support Umoja UK grow and develop inline with our programme expansion. If you have the time and the energy to support us - then please get in touch!
Umoja Tanzania, Inc. is proud to be a partner for Project J602 The Umoja Centre with Global Development Group (GDG)*, a Non Government Organisation carrying out quality humanitarian aid and development projects with approved partners. Tax deductible receipts for gifts over $2 with a preference for this project will be issued by GDG*. If funds raised exceed the requirements for this project, the funds may be directed to a similar project.
*GDG (ABN 57 102 400 993), as an Australian DFAT approved NGO takes responsibility of the project according to DFAT rules – providing a governance role and assisting in the areas of planning, monitoring, evaluating and auditing to ensure the project is carried out to Australian requirements. For more information visit: www.gdg.org.au
*GDG U.S.A. is a Public Charity & Tax Exempt under IRC Section 501(c)(3). For more information visit: www.gdgusa.org
Co-Founder & Director
Co-Founder and Chair
of Umoja UK