Help with our Programs
Learn about and take our message to churches, schools and other civic institutions in order to build our U.S. support.
Develop an expanded program to approach corporate donors in the U.S.
Assist our Communications Committee in shaping our message and keeping active our social media program.
Assist our Library Committee in selecting and sending books to Zambia.
Assist our Development Committee in our Annual Campaign.
Provide professional expertise to our Education Committee on Africa and education to help us further evaluate our programs.
Work with our Operations Committee to organize our annual trip to Zambia. (see A Service Learning Experience below).
Offer expert legal and financial advice to our Board.
Put us in contact with Zambians or others who might be interested in our cause.
Talk to us about an internship to work on any of the suggestions above.
A Service Learning and Cultural Immersion Experience
Trip Dates: Beginning to Middle of July 2019 (approximately two weeks)
Registration Deadline: March 29, 2019
Highlights from our trips:
- Build cross-cultural relationships.
- Experience a multi-dimensional itinerary that includes active participation.
- Work with school children and teachers on projects in and out of the classroom.
- Visit community schools, secondary schools, orphanages, and more.
- Immerse yourself with local Zambians in the villages.
- Learn about the challenges that these communities face.
- Create memories that will last a lifetime.
- Trip leaders
- Accommodations, lodging, and meals
Approximate Cost: about $3700 per person
From Past Travelers
Rachel Brown traveled to Zambia with CWB in 2013. She made a short film about her experience. Rachel was a film student at NYU.
Lynn Perry, a Lexington special education teacher, shares highlights of the 2016 summer trip.
For more information:
Contact Robin Kutner at Communities Without Borders.
Help with school infrastructure projects in Zambia
Tutor Students in Zambian Schools
Build Infrastructure such as wells and latrines in Zambia