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Charity begins at home. 

Building a community of Ghanaians in the U.K. Diaspora that support, encourage and embrace each other...

To provide aid in form of charitable fundraising to help affected communities in Ghana and help develop future sustainable solutions that encourages independency...

Wondering how else you can support us? Or perhaps you need a charity to support? Maybe you've missed all our events but still want to give to a good cause? Then this is for you.

We are constantly working on projects in Ghana that aim to provide sustainable solutions to issues faced by Ghanaians in Ghana.These things require funds and therefore we are open to anything that you can help us with. 


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Ataaso is a remote village in the Kwahu West Municipal District. The village previously had a hand pump which no longer works. In 2018, an NGO approached them to build a water pump system and began digging. However, the truth is the NGO were digging for gold and with a failed attempt to locate gold they aborted the project and never returned to build the water. Currently, when not possible to get water from the local villages the Ataaso community resort a local filthy water stream which due to weather conditions will soon be dried out. The community elders visited the commemoration our previous Ntawadua water project last year and have appealed if we could help them as access to clean safe drinking water is the biggest plea before amongst the many issues facing the villagers.

Locals have to walk approx 3-5 miles to the neighbouring village for their nearest source of clean safe drinking water. Teenage girls and women in particular have been disproportionately burdened with the task of fetching water from the neighbouring villages. Most girls in the village stop school once they are 12yrs old as the laborious tasks of fetching water does not allow them to go to school. 



  • To provide an immediate source of safe drinking water for Ataaso local in order to reduce and prevent waterborne diseases such as cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid, and polio.

  • To provide sustainable solutions in order to reduce the burden on girls and women in the village encouraging them to finish school.