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Stuart's Concert In Africa

 

Stuart dreamed about producing a major concert in Africa and writing a theme song for it. Those who'd been there before said that it was impossible. However, against all the odds, he succeeded. 

Ndola Lions School for the Visually Impaired 

"Natotela" ("Thank you" in Bemba)
"Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world" - Nelson Mandela
Unforgettable
There are few people that travel to Africa and are able to forget it.  From his home in the U.K., Stuart Sharp has kept Africa in his heart and mind for more than 25 years.  
He has funded projects and even sponsored an event held at the Ndola Lions School for the Visually Impaired in 2001.  As an accomplished musician and composer, Stuart has used his gift to help others and his inspiring life story is chronicled in his book, 'The Snow People'
Following in her family's footsteps, Stuart's teenage granddaughter made a presentation to her school to help raise awareness for our school, and Stuart subsequently sent a generous donation for which we are very grateful
As Mr. Chisala has often said, he is moved by the people that live far from Zambia, yet remember the school and continue to reach out to help the children.  In this beautiful example, Stuart and his family have shown that these children have not been forgotten.
  
Somewhere, there is someone that dreams of your smile, 
And finds in your presence that life is worthwhile, 
So when you are lonely, remember it’s true 
That someone, somewhere is thinking of you

"Natotela" ("Thank you" in Bemba)

"Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world" - Nelson Mandela

UNFORGETTABLE

There are few people that travel to Africa and are able to forget it. From his home in the UK., Stuart Sharp has kept Africa in his heart and mind for more than 25 years.  
He has funded projects here, and sponsored sports events held at the Ndola Lions School for the Visually Impaired.
Following in their father's footsteps, Stuart's teenage daughters, Emma and Kate, made presentations to their school helping raise awareness about the Lions School for blind children in Ndola, Zambia.

Stuart subsequently sent generous donations for which we are very grateful.
As Mr. Chisala has often said, he is moved by the people who live far from Zambia, yet remember the school and continue to reach out to help the children here. In this beautiful example, Stuart and his family have shown that these children have not been forgotten - Sincerely, Yvonne Currin, NLSVI

A President's gratitude

  State House reception for Stuart and the team

 

 

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