Africa's Big Philanthropy: Home-Grown

Africa’s Big Philanthropy: Home-Grown

The last two decades in Africa have seen a rise in Home-grown philanthropy particularly aimed at addressing specific issues and creating impact at a more structural level. ‘The growth of Home-grown philanthropy in Africa has its roots in a number of phenomena, one of them being the 2008 financial crisis which resulted in long-standing foreign…

Project Hope- an Album of hope and healing

Higherlife Foundation partners with B’tzal’el Impact Investment Fund to launch Project Hope- an Album of hope and healing

Harare, 2018– Higherlife Foundation and its partner B’tzal’el Impact Investment Fund have released a music album entitled ‘Project Hope’ that shares a message of hope, peace and reconciliation. The album which was inspired by the beauty of Zimbabwe- its people, landscape and ingenuity- as well as the 1998 Guatemala Prophecy by Cindy Jacobs which spoke…

Higherlife Foundation launches book on Philanthropy at 2018 African Philanthropy Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa

Higherlife Foundation launches book on Philanthropy at 2018 African Philanthropy Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa The African Philanthropy Forum (APF) Annual Conference 2018 recently held in Johannesburg themed- Potential and Reality- saw the coming together of over 200 delegates from around the world to explore one goal – to leave Africa better than they found…