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The work of BZT is dependent upon the generosity of many different donors. 100% of which goes directly to the project activities in Zambia. We are extremely grateful to the many friends, supporters, legators, companies and trusts who have invested in providing this vital co-operation for community projects in Zambia.

Helping to change lives is also very cost effective.

For example:

  • £50 enables a farmer to grow soya or bananas for their family and for market

  • £50 will provide a bicycle for a trained community HIV worker

  • £2,000 will build toilets for a school

  • £4,000 will pay for a borehole to provide clean water to a school

  • £8,000 will enable a community to build a teacher’s house with toilet to attract a qualified teacher to teach 200 children

We provide donors with regular updates, a newsletter and an Annual Review and several of our donors have had the opportunity to visit our projects on the ground. If you would like to receive information on-line, please email your details to contact@bzt.org.uk and be assured that this information will not be shared with any other parties. 

The easiest way to donate is through our Just giving page. For more details, see the box on the right. (Please let us know so we can thank you!)

If you would prefer to make a donation through our donation form, please click on the link below:

Donation form (pdf)

The form can be returned to:

Patricia Napier

Baynards Manor


West Sussex  RH12 3AD

While we are indebted to all the individual donors to BZT, many of whom will wish to remain anonymous, we would like to thank Jamma International, the Hilden Charitable Fund, the British and Foreign Schools Society, the Hazelhurst Trust, the Guernsey Overseas Aid and Development Commission, Waterloo Foundation, ViiV Healthcare Positive Action for Children Fund and DFID.


BZT continues to need the support of all those who believe in achieving sustainable successes in the rural communities of Zambia.


We thank you.

BZT’s objective is to provide the means for Zambians living in very isolated rural areas to help themselves to be released from the shackles of poverty.

There are three key parts to the work BZT undertakes:

  1. Improving access to education for school going children

  2. Economic empowerment and sustainable livelihoods through better farming methods and micro credit

  3. Raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, its prevention and how to live with it positively.