The Malambo Centre on Moorings farm near Monze. Seamstresses from the Malambo Women’s Club work in the Centre. As well, many of our community workshops take place here.

Our Roots Go Deep

Malambo Grassroots is a group of volunteers operating out of Canada, UK, and Zambia. We work with communities in Southern Province, Zambia to address their ongoing needs, focusing on education, income-generating projects, conservation farming (including tree planting), and emergency assistance.

The children from Malambu school eagerly line up to have their faces painted by Heidi Krutzen.

We are:

Co-founder Marylee Banyard (Canada)

Co-founder and social media Jocelyn Banyard (Canada)

Heidi Krutzen, director of UK operations (UK)

Sarah Taylor, media support (Canada)

Antonia Banyard, media and fundraising support (Canada)

Rabson Kambwali, in-country facilitator (Zambia)

We also work with in-country partners including Sr Lontia Siakalambwa, head teacher of St. Vincent de Paul School. We keep in constant contact with our Zambian partners through Skype, phone, email, and social media.

Jocelyn Banyard holds up a story quilt while Dorothy Mwale narrates the story for her audience.

All donations go directly towards assisting Zambian locals. We are a member-project of Rose Charities Canada, a registered, non-profit organization with the Canada Revenue Agency, registration number: 859442303RR0001. Registered under section 7 (1) of the Societies Act of the Republic of Zambia, dated at Lusaka the 14th day of March, 2002.