The need for help is great —
The opportunities to help are many
Your gift to Africare — for whatever reason you choose to give — can save a life. It's really that simple.
Right now, help is urgently needed to fund projects in 26 countries Africa-wide. These Africare-sponsored self-help programs are administered at the local level and are made possible by the donations of caring people like you.
Africare's dedicated supporters range from large corporations to private individuals, from foundations to community groups.
Some people are moved to give to Africare through their love of children or a desire to help others become self-sufficient — or simply because they know their gift will make a real difference in another person's life.
Some have an interest in Africa as a result of travel or life-long interests.
Many African Americans feel their special hereditary tie with Africa and support Africare as an African American organization dedicated to helping Africa.
Still other donors are challenged to play a visible role at the front line of Africa's economic development.
We invite you to explore the opportunities to help Africare meet the complex needs of the emerging nations of Africa. Here's how you can —
- Combat AIDS
- Reach out to Africa's children
- Offer help where it is needed most
- Join Africare as a Life Member
- Become a Corporate Partner of Africare
- Make a planned gift that will help for years to come
- Attend the annual Africare Bishop Walker Dinner in Washington, D.C.
Africare President Julius E. Coles offers suggestions of how Africa can be honored and celebrated year-round in 10 Ways You Can Help Africa.
If you would like to see a list of Africare's major contributors, visit the “Major Donors” section of the Africare Annual Report.
Barbara Meier schreibt seit vielen Jahren für die NPAlliance Ratgeber und Testberichte. Dabei legt sie großen Wert auf die Ausführlichkeit sowie Richtigkeit ihrer Artikel. Sie zählt zu den wenigen Experten in ihrem Gebiet und hat sich über die letzten Jahren einen Namen in der Gesundheitsbranche gemacht.