Membership or Individual Commitment
Giving to Fafali is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference. Your donation will propel us to achieve our goals and vision. It takes a better village to raise a better child. With $5 or more a month, you will help provide life-changing benefits for needy kids that will help them get out of poverty.
In-kind donations are critical to our success. Fafali relies on supporters’ generous contributions of new/used equipment and materials (e.g. software, computers, tablets, golf club, football/soccer ball, storybook), teaching and learning materials (pen, notebooks, markers) and pro-bono services in order to
enhance our programs and maximize the efficiency of our work.
Volunteers are and will forever be a crucial part of Fafali Organization and with that being said volunteers are given the optimum respect and recognition. Volunteering takes many forms, from traditional service, giving, mutual aid, self-help, advocacy, and community action. All such forms of volunteering are equally valid and necessary.
Perhaps your geographical location may not make it possible for you to become a part of our core team. Nevertheless, technological advancement has made it possible for you to generously volunteer your support through the email system. Thus, you can constantly keep in touch by supplying workable ideas, social media help, and as well as other forms of support.
The Ball and Brain is a project of the Fafali Organization which uses football to attract children and the youth into taking education seriously while playing the game. The Ball and Brain Project is what we call our Honey-Method. This project comes from the saying, “You catch more flies with honey than vinegar.” In this method, we use projects such as sports and entertainment to gain the interest of many children and parents.
Fafali Golf and Goal is community-based partnership by the Fafali Organization to attract and engage children in the Achimota Community (Abofu, Anumle, Christian Village, Kissehman, Kofevi, Akweiteyman, & College) to play the game of golf whiles taking education seriously.
Every Monday and Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. we teach Art principles to students in Christian Village in the Anumle Electoral Area of Ghana. They are between the ages of 9 to 18. We teach Visual Arts (realistic and abstract).
Dzidefo girls club prepares young girls for a self-determined and independent future in which they have the
opportunity and the knowledge to speak out against gender discrimination and sexism to ensure gender equality in both the social and institutional dimension.
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