Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope
Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope is a grassroots organization that shares love and resources to ensure that the future leaders of Africa—the children—are able to attend school, lead healthy lives, and learn the pleasure of play in Ghana, West Africa. Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope supports projects to create preschools as well as playgrounds and community centers and provides health and education programs.
Our program gives volunteers and supporters the opportunity to work directly with mothers and children in Ghana. In order to ensure that our programs are sustainable in the villages where they occur, we work with the Ministries of Education and Health. Our health education is guided by the Public Health Administration of Ghana. Our academic education programs are guided by the Anglican Diocese of Accra for education.
Ghanaian Mother’s Hope funds the construction of preschools, playgrounds, and health centers that support whole communities. Each year volunteers visit our sites to empower mothers and children with the basic education and health knowledge needed to survive in a land where survival is a daily task.
Ghanaian Mothers' Hope is classified as a 501(c)(3) organization. Click below to view our most recent independent audit and IRS Form 990.
Donate Now to Ghanaian Mothers' Hope
Thank you for supporting our work with preschool children and their families in Ghana. Here are some examples of what your donation can do:
- $15 provides a safe motherhood birthing kit.
- $25 provides 10 children with a health care coloring book.
- $35 sends a child to preschool and gives her a vitamin supplement.
- $50 provides 50 cement blocks to help build a school.
- $100 provides 10 chairs for a preschool.
We take volunteers to Ghana to teach basic reading to children and health education to women and children during summer months. We also take volunteers for construction and repair projects. In the United States we need volunteers to collect and sort donated items and load containers for shipment to Ghana.
To donate to this member charity by check, please print our designation form and mail it with your check to
Aid for Africa
P.O. Box 8734
Topeka, KS 66608
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