Together We Can

Build and Create a Friendly Societies For All..

Who We Are

HOPe Africa is a not for profit charity organization with IRS 501c3 status since 2011 that provides consultancy services with our network of partners.

     We also acts as a nonprofit project supervisor, connecting businesses, and assist companies with representation outlets in Africa.

Remarkably, Hope for Africa has met its interlocutors’ desirable needs: Non-Emergency Transportation, Community Integration, Social Services, Crisis Relief & Management, Meals on Wheels, Exchange Programs, Reward, Award & Recognition, Empowerment, Advocacy & Sensitization, Documentary, Research & Development, Participating in event planning and management to a great extent.

What We Do

01.

— Social Services

Our social services aim to create a friendly society by building stronger communities, and promoting and opportunity.

02.

— Shelter Housing

We strive to provide veterans’ their basic needs and also to give them affordable shelter housing.

03.

— Supervision

We also provides also acts as a nonprofit project supervisor – connecting businesses, and assisting companies with representation outlets in Africa.

04.

— Community Integration

Our community integration services help participants to strive to learn, work, play and socialize successfully in their local environment

05.

— Advocacy

Hope for Africa also provide Advocacy and Sensitivation in order to make the world a much more better place

06.

— Documentary

Our documentary is a non-fictional motion-picture intended to “document reality, primarily for the purposes of instruction and education.

PROJECTS

Hallmark Donations Turned to Holiday Gifts for Mercy Childcare Day Center Pupils

Mercy Childcare Center, Kansas City was penciled among other recipients. Because of its exemplary leadership and excellency in pupils’ management in Kansas City.

American Red Cross Trained HOPe Africa

American Red Cross Trained HOPe Africa on Conducting & Preserving Interviews of US Veterans for The Library Congress. The Library of Congress’s Veterans History Project is committed to honoring veterans and collecting their stories.