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Our Mission

The Gazelle Foundation implements charitable efforts to improve life for people in Burundi and offers assistance to children of our community. The Foundation was founded by runners seeking to encourage the entire community to support victims of adversity through running-related programs.

The Foundation’s efforts are unifying and non tribe-specific. In Burundi the Foundation will focus on providing shoes, potable water sources, timely access to medical care, and housing for displaced residents. In Central Texas, the Foundation gives back to its community by providing enriching opportunities to actively engage youth in physically fit, healthful lifestyles through awareness, education and participation.


The Gazelle Foundation is registered with the Office of the Secretary of State of Texas as a Domestic Non-Profit Corporation. The Foundation has a eleven-member board of directors, including five officers.

The Foundation is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization by the Internal Revenue Service. Donations made to the Foundation are fully tax-deductable according to IRS guidelines.


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JUSCITREAL HOUSE Last Updated on 2010-12-19 00:00:00 WATCH OUT WORLD JUSCITREAL HOUSE Video by Jean-Claude KAMWENUBUSA ABC4All Mentor of the Week Co-Founder, Local ABC4All / Burundi “JEANCKA” microfinance and ICTs program offers university students opportunities for community research and training initiatives. Started by the co-founder of radio & television HINDURA (club) on 9th, 09, 2009 at 9:09 a.m, the program has empowered enrolled students in information & communication, social and economic sciences and technical schools of Burundi (Report ETS KAMENGE).  On the 10th, 10, 2010 at 10:10 a.m. in Burundi, during the FOREVER Campaign for Global Humanitarian Relief  (FCGHR), JEANCKA research and training program is preparing students for career advancement in ICTs, visual arts, communication skills, critical thinking and creative skills as well as technical knowledge required in the modern... More »
"HINDURA" music radio and video channel programme of ABC4All/Burundi Last Updated on 2010-11-16 00:00:00 "HINDURA" music radio and video channel programme of ABC4ALL/Burundi. Jean-Claude KAMWENUBUSA Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 2:52 AM If 9 million of children and women are among the highest risk groups for poverty, diseases, hunger, malnutrition, homelessness, lack of facilities, don't they need encouragement and fundamental needs such as Well Water, food, communication and transportation facilities in Burundi and in Africa? An MP3 or a VIDEO can come to play a great role of “COMFORT” where the community radio station and television channel are already available to facilitate broadcasting objective messages. If students are thehighest risk group for dropping out of high school and unemployment, a community radio and video channel club in Africa will encourage students to stay in school and lead them to obtain a job they may need. If A Better Community for all (ABC4All) concepts are... More »