Wellness Wednesdays give street residents a chance to pause, rest and connect with the FOA family
Future of Africa continuously builds on the relationships we've developed with our young residents, and oftentimes they will go on to assist us as volunteers. Our Future of Africa Leaders is a team devoted to helping others by offering their own time to make a difference.
Exciting and insightful.
Fulfilling and right.
FOA gave me meaning in giving back to my community. I find purpose with every smile I contribute to and I love creating that safe community where the kids know that they are not judged.
To me, FOA has been a community of friends and a family. FOA gave me an opportunity to help and take care of children on the streets.
One of the things that make me happy is to help others, and FOA gave me that opportunity. I appreciate the time I have spent with children so far, we learn from each other; I also met inspiring people in FOA who help me in my personal growth. FOA forever.
Bringing a smile on a child's face gives me a deep satisfaction of which I cannot express in words and FOA has given my the opportunity to fulfill this dream and I'm really grateful.
Being a member of FOA gives me wonderful memories I can always reflect on. It has also given me the chance to interact with diverse people from various backgrounds.
Our Future of Africa Leaders are not just residents who have undertaken our program, but they are also young students in University who have seen a need to help our communities in Africa develop responsibly.
Every moment a child is off the streets and in the classroom is another moment for the Future of Africa.
Former Street Resident, Isaac Andoh, Shares His Story About Living On The Streets With Polio.