Africare In the News

Washington, D.C., September 7, 2008­ – Africare joined the African American community to celebrate the Black Family Reunion in Washington, D.C. As an exhibitor, Africare highlighted its work on the African continent at the annual event, which is recognized as the largest and most significant family affair in the USA. View Pictures of the event below.

The Africare stand at the Black Family Reunion Celebration attracted hundreds of people interested to learn more about Africare.

The Africare stand at the Black Family Reunion Celebration attracted hundreds of people interested to learn more about Africare.

Africare communication staff answer questions and hand out Africare materials to Black Family reunion attendees.

Africare communication staff answer questions and hand out Africare materials to Black Family reunion attendees.

Africare staff take a break to show off their  Africare T-Shirts

Africare staff take a break to show off their
Africare T-Shirts

NBC Television anchor Keith Garvin shows off his Africare T-Shirt with Africare’s Media Relations Specialist Tina Musoke

NBC Television anchor Keith Garvin shows off his Africare T-Shirt with Africare’s Media Relations Specialist Tina Musoke

The Africare display highlighting our work on the African continent.

The Africare display highlighting our work on the African continent.

 


Africare is a leading non-profit organization specializing in African aid. It is also the oldest and largest African-American led organization in that field. Since its founding in 1970, Africare has delivered more than $710 million in assistance and support — over 2,000 projects and millions of beneficiaries —to 36 countries Africa-wide. Africare has its international headquarters in Washington, DC, with field offices currently in some 23 African countries.