JW is proud to be a Christ focused entrepreneur, husband to an amazing wife, and father to two awesome adult children who love the Lord. JW started a non-profit that serves Haiti and Africa. He has adopted a Win, Win, Win philosophy of helping businesses be their very best through virtual team members and making a Global Impact by creating professional work opportunities and donating 51% of all profits to ministries around the world.
In 2011 after Haiti was hit with a large-scale earthquake. Mr Denis Cady inspired me to visit Haiti after seeing the devastation the earthquake had caused. Our goal was to find orphanages we could partner with and support. Initially, we donated items like toys to children at the orphanages but later realized that we could make a more meaningful impact by sending children to school. I had the privilege of meeting some amazing young men and women while on that trip to Haiti. We work directly with students in Haiti, and visit on a regular basis helping to provide for the health and welfare for these students. We do work with other schools and mission support within the country.
27 Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.
Global Impact-Haiti Vision
Yvenor is studying a Computer Science Degree in the Dominican Republic.
Judnel is in his final year of medical school. It is a 7 year program.
Bertrice is a qualified nurse. She studied in Haiti in a four year program.
Edmanise is currently in High School.
Impact through Global Action
J.W Oliver and his Partner Ken Sharpe through their company ZimWorX, have been generous donors of Global Action for years. Global Action exists to train leaders to Change the World with the Gospel of Jesus Christ to transform communities and support the local churches.
Impact in Zimbabwe
Rugare Orphanage Harare - J.W Oliver and the team at ZimWorX had the pleasure of donating copies of Carrie Wucinich’s coloring book, "Where the Sugar Bugs Live."
The ZimWorX team handed over two sewing machines to Daisies Foundation to be used in its operations. The foundation is the brainchild of one of the Zimworx team members Takudzwa Chitima who seeks to elevate period poverty in young women. 51% of all ZimWorX profits are channeled towards ministries.
ZimWorX handed over a Barbershop and Salon to the Zimbabwe Republic Police. The barbershop will be run by the Chaplaincy Department of the ZRP and proceeds will go towards the Commissioner General’s Welfare Fund. This fund, administered by the Chaplain General’s office, caters to orphans and widows of the deceased police officers.
ZimWorX in collaboration with ChengaOse Association, successfully distributed food hampers to over 360 families in Epworth, Ruwa, and Murehwa. Helping to provide much needed food aid to families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Triple S Center of Hope, Domboshava
The team at ZimWorx cleared land, fenced and installed a drip irrigation system, and built a well at the Triple S Center of Hope. This has ensured that children and community members gain access to clean water and the center is now able to become food sufficient through the nutrition garden our team helped develop and fence.
Let them Trust
Let them Trust is a protege of one of the team members at ZimWorX. It is an organization that seeks to uplift the lives of disadvantaged rural children through Arts and talent development. The organization needed USD2,000 so they could secure their Arts village in Domboshava. Team members at ZimWorX contributed close to USD400 and ZimWorX put in the balance.