Address: PO Box 193 Garretson, SD 57030


Phone: 605-351-5150, 605-351-6077


Tax ID # 47-4826706

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Simba Educational Ministries is a registered 50l(c)3 nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible in full or in part. 2016 Simba Educational Ministries. All rights reserved.


We use business, land, finances, and relationships to equip families to honor Jesus with what they have been given. 


- Listen to ideas
- Courses provided on managing money and formulating their business plan
- Long term partnership
 If you are interested in becoming a mentor or helping some one start a small buisness please click here or want to doante to this area of the ministry please click here.


We use our land to provide for the school. Our cows produce milk for the children and we are using our mango and papaya trees as a source of income.
We are currently in need for more land for the cows, and another green house. 


We are nurturing our relationships through discipleship and the love of Jesus. 


We have purchased two acres of land in the rift valley to grow mangos and papayas. We currently have 60 mango trees and 150 papaya plants. Each mango tree takes four years to mature but will produce 200 + fruits. The papayas are already producing after one year. These fruit will help at the school and will be sold after surplus. We want to expand the land in the valley and get a good source of water to help with consistent moisture for the trees. 
Our goal is to get every child at our partner school a glass of milk. After that need is met we will look to sell the milk to help with sustainability. We started with two cows and now are herd has grown to 9. Three out of the 9 are bulls. We are currently only milking two and getting 3.5 gallons per cow. We are in need of more land to feed these cows properly. 
We currently have two green houses equipped with drip irrigation. One green house is filled with tomatoes and the other green house is filled with lettuce, spinach, kale, carrots, and peas. These two green houses help with sustainable source of vegetables for the school, but most still have to be bought at the local market. We are looking to improve the green houses and add more.