Aid for Africa's charities work throughout Sub Saharan Africa. Most are grassroots organizations, working with African partners to help children, families, and communities. If you want to support the work of a member, please contribute online through Google Checkout, by personal check, or through a workplace-giving program. For more information, please visit the Donate page.
Click on the highlighted letters in the alphabet below to view members working in this country.
Transforms the lives of children born with clubfoot through low-cost, nonsurgical treatment, enabling them to live active, productive and healthy lives. Reaching 31,000 children and counting, our vision is a world free from disability caused by clubfoot
Provides clean drinking water and sanitation to African schools through programs with U.S. schools. Your donation will support water, sanitation and hygiene education (WASH) to schools in Africa through our educational partner school campaign.
Empowers poor African children, women and families to escape poverty through community-based self-help programs that improve health, expand education, create businesses, and protect wildlife.
Builds and improves schools in South Africa and Malawi serving children ages 5 to 21, 40% of whom are AIDS orphans. We work to get buildings built, provide emergency funds to help kids stay in school, and facilitate cultural exchanges/overseas travel.
We are the world’s largest shipper of books to Africa. We supply books and educational materials based on what is needed. This includes textbooks, library books, law libraries, and agricultural books in English and French, e-readers and computers.
Empowers South African women caring for orphaned and vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS in isolated areas through community-based health, education and development programs. Provides a proven path to well-being, dignity and a brighter future.
Encourages the production and dissemination of knowledge about Africa. Aims to cultivate a better understanding of Africa through fostering networks and providing capacity-building for research and publications in African institutes of higher education.