Give hope to those who need it most!




our mission:

                       Engalaoni Well Update

We have begun drilling the freshwater well in Engalaoni, a village that is home to more than 750 people. It will replace this single water tap (see left) which has been the only source of water for the village.This area has suffered from drought for many years and the well will bring hope and new life!  Once the well is dug, we will work on putting a solar generator in place to keep the pump going. We will also be installing a water purification system because there is excessive amounts of fluoride in the water. Drinking water with excessive amounts of water can cause rickets, especially in children whose bones are forming and growing. Undiagnosed cases of rickets leads to deformed limbs, leaving children unable to walk.


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5K/10K Run!

Sun. Nov. 11th

Neville Park

center Moriches

run begins at 9am


food and supplies

To do great work, you need tools. Classrooms school supplies and books. Empty stomachs hurt. They break concentration and make the future seem impossible. Providing food and water is essential to creating health.

Give your helping hand to those who need it!

Seeds of Hope Tanzania is dedicated to providing financial support to children, families and communities of Tanzania, East Africa, to overcome extreme poverty, with a particular focus on orphaned children there. Our focus lies on community efforts, including small-scale construction projects, shelter, food aid, community awareness, medical assistance and educational opportunities. We firmly believe it takes a village to raise a child and we work closely with our friends in Arusha, Tanzania to accomplish our mission!





Our projects

Maintaining healthy, happy environments is an important, and often neglected part of aid work. We work with local community organizers closely. Take a look at past and present projects to see how you can help.

Gifting Program...Want to give a gift in honor of a loved one that will mean the world to someone?


An education can change a life! Masaai girls are frequently forced into marriage by the age of 14. Our goal is to give children an opportunity to go to school by providing things like uniforms and school fees from elementary school through high school.