Hope for Ghana’s first library and computer lab was built at Ryvanz-Mia Orphanage, home to 28 beautiful orphans, in the small village of Kpando.
Hope for Ghana’s second library and computer lab was built at Tegbi Roman Catholic School in Tegbi, a very small quiet coastal village near Keta. This learning center serves 900 primary school students and the local community.
Hope for Ghana’s third project was the creation of The Elena Haasen Library, named in memory of the daughter of a dear friend. This library and computer lab was built at Tegbi Agbedrafor Basic School, home to 600 primary and junior secondary school students.
Hope for Ghana built its fourth library and computer lab in the village of Anloga at a school of 600 primary school and junior high school students.
Hope for Ghana has built its fifth library and computer lab at Ashiata Municipal Assembly Basic School, serving 800 kindergarten, primary and junior high school students.
Hope for Ghana built its sixth library and computer lab at Abor-Weme Municipal Assembly Basic School, home to 500 primary and junior high school students.
Hope for Ghana is building its first school in the remote village of Gakpokorpe, a poor village of farmers whose children now walk almost 3 kilometers each way to get to school. The schoolhouse, dedicated to Mason Langford, will create a kindergarten, primary school and library.
Second Annual Charity Golf Outing Saturday July 14, 2018
Hope for Ghana is proud to announce the Second Annual Hope for Ghana Charity Golf Outing at Westwood Golf Club in West Mifflin, PA on Saturday July 14, 2018.
Proceeds from this charity event will allow Hope for Ghana to finish building a kindergarten and primary school in the remote village of Gakpokorpe where there is no running water or electricity, and where the nearest school is so far away that young children either don’t attend school or they risk their lives walking on the road to school.
Join Hope for Ghana for an event to remember and change the lives of Ghanaian children forever as Hope for Ghana builds Mason’s School of Hope.
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Hope for Ghana To Open Mason’s School Of Hope In September 2018
In September 2017 Hope for Ghana began its most ambitious project to date, building its first school in the very remote, tiny village of Gakpokorpe, a poor village of farmers whose children now walk almost 3 kilometers each way to get to school every day. Hope for Ghana is building a school that will include 4 classrooms, Hope for Ghana’s signature library and toilets to create a kindergarten and primary school, giving young children the chance to learn with the dignity of a modern school and all the necessary tools for a proper education.
Hope for Ghana is very proud to dedicate its first school to Mason Langford, a beautiful patient of mine who passed away when he was only 20 months old. His short time on earth brought light and happiness to all who knew him, and his huge smile was contagious. On February 13, 2015 Mason’s life was tragically …
Hand-Made Ghanaian Bracelets Fundraise Mission
As you look for the perfect gift for family and friends, Hope for Ghana continues its fundraising campaign, selling gorgeous traditional Ghanaian bracelets made of hand-painted glass beads. These bracelets, each one uniquely reflecting the beauty and color of Ghana, have been made by women in Ghana and flown to Pittsburgh to raise money for Hope for Ghana’s mission.
Bracelets are on sale for $25 each. 100% of the donation price goes towards Hope for Ghana’s mission to bring opportunity through education to the children of Ghana. Please contact Hope for Ghana if you are interested in purchasing these special gifts.