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HOPe AFRICA

Cause Area

  • International
  • Media & Broadcasting
  • People with Disabilities
  • Seniors
  • Veterans & Military Families

Location

12420 US Highway 71GRANDVIEW CITY, MO 64030 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To assist and support the elderly, handicapped or disable people veterans, refugees and immigrants, and the poor in general with the needed medical and nutritional supplies they desperately need to make it to the next day compassionately with human empathy and love giving them hope, peace of mind and serenity today and tomorrow.

Description

  • HOPe Africa is not for profit, public charity organization formed to provide are the poor, elderly, veterans and people with disabilities in America and Africa needing healthcare services, medical equipment, medications-vitamins- nutrition, basic daily needs, etc. including but not limited to moral, psychological, emotional and social well-being, nurturing them to have human dignity and decency the remainder of their lives on earth.
  • HOPe Africa dba AgeMates Magazine addresses seniors, veterans, people with disabilities, etc. its online - digital magazine circulated free of charge and not to be sold. AgeMates Magazine seeks volunteers in distribution, proofreading, seeking ads, stories, designs, typesetting, graphic artist, etc.
  • HOPe Africa dba Pencil Pyramid, globally collecting writing materials, teaching aids, recreation kits for millions of poor rural African pupils. Our campaign targets collecting and distribution of 1 million pencils in the 24 months. Join Benjamin 1st grade and Perez 5th grade in leading millions of poor pupils globally in learning to write their future with pencils. Checkout website for more information: https://pencilpyramid.wixsite.com/hope

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by A'keisha B. from houston, TX (October 6, 2021)
I've actually already recommended my friend Nathan sparks to join and to see how it feels to help someone

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