Andrew Rolfe renders his services for the Ubuntu Fund. This institution is reputable for helping thousands of disadvantaged children in Africa. The entity continues to assist many other needy children in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Over the years, the Fund has been able to raise adequate resources and use its manpower to help more than 400,000 children. Presently, they are supporting over 2,000 needy children. Many people have appreciated their cradle-to-career program that seeks to support children once they are enrolled at the institution until they start their careers.
In the recent past, Andrew and other leaders of the institution organized for a gala dinner. The objective of the event was to raise more than $972,960. The entire fraternity of the Ubuntu Fund was happy to raise more than they had originally anticipated. These funds would be used wisely. Part of money will go towards increasing the capacity of the institution. Moreover, some funds would be used in expanding the Fund’s pediatric clinic. Once all these activities have been completed, the institution shall enroll more needy students from Port Elizabeth and its environs.
During the event, Jacob Lief delivered his inspirational speech. He told the audience that since needy children do not have anything, they require everything to grow. A beneficiary of the Ubuntu Fund, Sinesipho Rabidyani, inspired the audience with her story. She posited that her father’s drinking behavior made it difficult for them to have a good childhood. However, she succeeded in excelling in her studies. Her remarkable story inspired the management of the Fund to award her a scholarship.
About Andrew Rolfe
As the chairperson of the Ubuntu Fund, Andrew has played a pivotal role in ensuring that the institution is successful. He has a soft spot for the needy children in the society. To this end, he has been heavily involved in ensuring that the Ubuntu Fund has adequate resources to support the disadvantaged children.
Andrew Rolfe is a graduate of the prestigious Harvard University and University of Oxford. Over the years, he has gained immense leadership skills by virtue of rendering his services for various organizations. Rolfe has been the CEO of Booker Foodservice. He has also worked for the Gap and PepsiCo Restaurants International.