Our vision is to prepare the most vulnerable children for a better tomorrow.

About Us

Zimbabwe LGTH is led by Weston and Liz Muronzi, it serves as the main base of Let’s Give Them Hope. The organization was set up in 2011 to serve the local community in Chivare Village based in Musana Rural area. The work began with a feeding project that provided food to approx. 20 vulnerable children in the area. This quickly increased to triple the amount by the end of the year. LGTH Zimbabwe works closely with the local authority such as the headman, schools and the local church.
In 2012 LGTH Zimbabwe increased its services to provide school support, such as fees, books and uniforms. This is done through the help of sponsors and partners around the world. New additions to Let’s Give Them Hope included the building of a local clinic in 2014, volunteer accommodation in 2015, project garden in 2016, Hope house in 2018 and 2019 the building of a Vocational center which is halfway done. Thanks to all the support we receive from all our supporters, we are currently serving over 250 vulnerable children.

Meet The Staff


Weston & Liz

Weston and Liz have hearts for orphans and vulnerable children. They had always hoped they would be able to use their property in Musana Zimbabwe to be able to help and give hope to these children.

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Godfrey & Ellen

Ellen and Godfrey have been married for nine years and have two daughters. They are both youth pastors and have been working in ministry for many years. Ellen is a praise and worship leader and Godfrey pastors and teaches in the church. He did his diploma in theology at Sabby Bible Institute in Harare and is also a tiler by trade.

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Lizzy has years of experience overseeing orphan care in an organization in South Africa. She knows, loves, and has a relationship with every child in our program! She has been with us from the very beginning. Lizzy has four children; Manu, Tamar, Joshua and Angel.



Esther grew up in the rural much like Musana. She has a great understanding of the need and the desperate situations most of our children go through.  Esther has taken on the role of a mother to those children that are child headed and have no place of their own.