Recent Press

WBEZ Chicago’s Worldview, Global Activism Segment
The Foundation For Tomorrow July Newsletter


In 2014 TFFT published the first issue of “Tufundishane,” a newsletter by teachers for teachers. Tufundishane is a Kiswahili word that means “let’s teach each other” in English.

Issue 6 – December 2016
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Issue 4 – December 2015
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Issue 2 – December 2014
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WBEZ Chicago’s Worldview, Global Activism Segment Listen


Career Contessa
Meet Meghann Gunderman Read the interview


South Charlotte Weekly
Giving Students the Gowns off their Backs Read the article


The Charlotte Observer
Charlotte Woman Works to Save African Orphans Read the article

South Charlotte Weekly
Pitching in for ‘Jambo to Jerseys’ Read the article

Charlotte Magazine
S.O.S. Gala wins BOB (Best of the Best) Award Read the article


Charlotte Society Magazine
Local Cyclists Take on 400-Mile Trek Through Tanzania Read the article


Lake Forest College Spectrum Magazine
African Journey Lake Forest alumna puts her passion into education in Tanzania. Read the article

Lyrics & Logos event to benefit The Foundation for Tomorrow
On Saturday, July 16th Hamptons’ resident philanthropists, Joan and George Hornig, opened their home and their ever-generous hearts to host the Inaugural Lyrics & Logos event to benefit The Foundation for Tomorrow. Read the article

The Foundation For Tomorrow’s Meghann Gunderman Loves HD
Jen’s friend and fellow Charlotte Country Day School alumna Meghann Gunderman is doing big things for…well, the world. Read the article


UAV and communication support to non-profit effort
RP Flight Systems President and CEO Gene Robinson is on the ground in Tanzania Africa to provide unmanned aerial vehicle support. Read the article

Trek Organized by Louisville Native
Former TFFT Development Director Emily Cottingham organized RIDE TZ, a 400-mile biking excursion from Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro to Pangani, a coastal town on the Indian Ocean. Read the article

Charlotte native to bike 400 miles across Africa, raising scholarship money for orphans
Meghann Gunderman is about to go on the ride of her life. On this Friday, July 16, she and a group of 35 will embark on RIDETZ, a 10 day, 400 mile. Read more


Endurance Magazine
Meghann Gunderman wants you to Ride 400 miles across Africa & help change the world. Read the article


TFFT donates library & computers to Fikiria Kwanza Academy
Fikiria Kwanza Academy (FKA) of Usa River in Arumeru district has benefited from a donation of a library building. Read the article

President Bush visits TFFT during his Tanzania Trek
A day after arriving in Tanzania’s largest city Dar es Salaam, President Bush and the First Lady made their way to TFFT’s home base of Arusha. Read the article

She’s So Skirt Feature
Meghann Gunderman is featured in Skirt Magazine. Read the article

The Young and the Restless
New Generation of philantropists contributes on a local and global scale. Read the article


A Chance to Learn, Scholastic News
Orphans in Tanzania get gift of education. Read the article

I Can’t Wait Another Minute, CCDS Perspectives
Less than a year ago, at age 23, Meghann Gunderman ’01 left her job in Global Marketing and Sponsorships at Barclays Capital in New York City to create The Foundation for Tomorrow. Read the article

Educating the Destitute, her calling, Charlotte Observer
While volunteering at a Tanzania orphanage in 2004, Meghann Gunderman held the hands of young children with slight hope for a viable future. Read the article

Press Release
23-year old Charlottean builds interest in African orphans into full-time foundation. Read the article


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