The FACE Foundation is a platform to create awareness about NGO's Wish Lists and to help raise funds or donations to sustain charity work and humanitarian services in rural communities in Africa and African Diaspora. FACE Foundation is mainly supported through donations and volunteerism to assist community development initiatives, in collaboration with NGO's organisations, public and private sectors in Africa and African Diaspora. To volunteer for any of the following programs click here.
We believe in synergy that's why we collaborate and partner with selected non-profit cultural and social organisations, to promote cultural awareness, empowerment programs, arts relations, and capacity building through fundraising events, summer programs and workshop. As part of our wellness initiatives, African dance, home economics education, percussion, cooking and music lessons are offered during the summer to young adults with the aim to learn problem solving, self reliance, self esteem, and creative skills.
Cultural Education and Wellness
FACE celebrates cultural diversity by hosting cultural activities, intercultural exchange programs and empowerment workshops to develop positive interaction and perception about Africans and Africa.
Recording Studio and Craftsmanship
FACE creates an interactive learning environment to engage youth in building self esteem, critical thinking, and craftsmanship skills by providing artistry experiences to young talents, and creative minds.
Every year FACE assists asylees, refugees and high-risk kids to achieve academic success by providing coping skills, and information needed to achieve academic success by connecting them with mentors and after schools programs to take advantage of the many resources that are available to them. Our FACE illiteracy program is designed to empower parents to achieve their personal goals, develop coping skills to adapt to their new environment, prepare them for USCIS citizenship classes, and process of acquiring citizenship.
FACE provides school supplies to help with basic reading, writing, math skills for refugees, and asylees who arrive in the United States with little education. Other includes; access to healthcare, immigration services, transportation, appointments, filling out application, driving lessons, computers classes, and language interpretation.