Steve West, Vice-Chancellor UWE Bristol
I am delighted to support this fantastic charity. There can be no doubt that education transforms lives and delivers opportunities. The very special impact of performance to explore cultures and diversity is exceptionally powerful. This charity bridges continents, cultures, opportunity and education. There can be no greater challenge and no better way to invest in futures. We all benefit from this type of charity and that is why UWE Bristol will be a sponsor. I encourage you to do likewise. Transform lives, support education and deliver opportunity.
Angellica Bell, Television and Radio Presenter
Having heard about the amazing work of the charity, I was more than happy to support Project Zulu and its goal to empower future generations. The truth is, I wouldn't be where I am today without my education and having support from people who believed in me. Every child has a right to access the best possible education no matter where they come from. I fully support Project Zulu’s work with South African schools, helping to equip young learners with skills and resources to build a bright future.
Thinus Delport, ex Springbok Rugby Player and Sky Sports Living for Sport Athlete Mentor
I am delighted to support the work of Project Zulu to enhance educational opportunities for the children of Sithobelumthetho Primary School and its surrounding township schools. Like sport, music and dance have the power to bring people together and develop social, cultural and life skills. Seeing the huge difference the Project Zulu solar panels have already made inspires me to fully endorse their current and future initiatives. Project Zulu’s determination to continue growing and enabling the teachers and pupils of Sithobelumthetho and other local schools to help themselves is heartening.
I am proud to be a supporter and partner of this charity.
Nick Koster, Ex-Bristol Rugby Player
Education should be a right, but unfortunately in many parts of South Africa it is seen as a privilege instead. As a Bristol rugby player and proud South African, I aim to support Project Zulu in every way possible to give South African school kids the opportunity to show their talent in the UK so that the money they earn can be put back into their schools, creating opportunities for the future generations of South Africa.
Francois Louw, Springbok and Bath Rugby player
Having heard about the work of Project Zulu I am keen to support the charity. The difference in education facilities between schools in the UK and many in South Africa is vast. I am proud to be working with Project Zulu and fully support their goal of increasing opportunities for education and lifelong learning in the Madadeni township. Enabling the children of Madadeni to raise their own funds through choir tours is a unique approach, helping schools to help themselves.
Nick Fenton-Wells, Bristol Bears Rugby Team Manager and former player
I have always sought to give back to South Africa and it's people, the country that gave so much to me. Project Zulu has afforded me that opportunity while playing rugby in the U.K., and in particular to add value to the rugby project in the township of Madadeni in Kwazulu Natal.
Siya Kolisi, Springbok and Stormers Rugby player
Project Zulu’s work in the Madadeni Township is providing thousands of school children with the opportunity to improve their future prospects by developing essential life skills through a variety of projects. Their work to develop rugby within the township is a project that is particularly exciting and I fully endorse. I’m extremely proud to be supporting Project Zulu and their continually expanding outreach.