Success is not only about how much money you have or make as a human being. It is also about how your willingness to make a difference in the lives of others who may not be your kith and kin. Helping others or inspiring a greater sense of purse by leaving a mark the lives of others makes us happy too, it been found.
Becoming a mentor to someone who would benefit from your skills, knowledge, and experience, finding a cause you’re passionate about and organizing a fundraising activity on its behalf, volunteering your energy and skills to a local organization are but a few ways to give back to your community, home or abroad.
There’s no gainsaying a vast majority of the populace in the rural setting live deprived, stigmatized and marginalized lives.
Our staff and local volunteers in furtherance of our mission to create environments of equality are ever determined in the fight against preventable diseases, violence against women and girls, socio-economic exclusion women and people with disabilities, sexual and reproductive health of adolescents that prevent women, children and young people from thriving, especially in hard-to-reach communities.
Indeed, HFFG’s drive to build sustainable communities where women, children and young people in deprived communities can assert themselves in leadership, improve their capacities, and nurture their talents and dreams will be given an immeasurable boost if you join us.
Whether money; equipment; health shelter; skill set; time, pledge or regular contributions, there are thousands of local communities and individuals in Ghana that whose lives would be greatly touched.