Because of your generosity, we’ve been able to achieve incredible results and help advocate, enable, and change the lives of families in Ghana. Big or small, we take on projects in the most cost effective way possible in order to make every dollar count.
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The Senase Project is a 501 (c)(3) organization, and our finances are available for download on our reports page. Our relationship with Archbishop Desmond Tutu helped get us off the ground, and in 2014 Forbes blog recognized us as a top small-nonprofit. Since then, we’ve seen incredible success. We’re 100% volunteer-based, and that means all of our donations go toward the people and projects that need them most. We are The Senase Project, working to eradicate poverty through community development.
BECOME A SPONSOR
Many children in rural Ghana have to make a choice between working to support their family and going to school. We don’t think that’s a choice any young person should have to make. Today, by sponsoring our students, you’re giving more than a donation. You’re taking a student by the hand and telling them they are not alone. And that there is hope.
Kerosene lamps are the primary light source for many in the developing world. These lamps are expensive, cause health issues, and pollute the natural environment. Please join us in bringing clean energy to Akatim by giving a solar lamp through our partners at Solight Design.
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If you have a specific project you’d like to donate supplies for, or represent a group that’s interested in donating to the Akatim Village School in an alternative way, we’d love to talk to you about how to make that happen. Fill out our contact form and one of our volunteers will get in touch with you shortly.
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Tax-deductible receipt is available upon donation. The Senase Project is 100% volunteer run and we appreciate any amount of support we receive. To get involved or contact us with questions or comments, please visit our contact page.
The students here are so bright! It motivates me to help them learn.Elvis, Teacher at Akatim Village School
These volunteers are most impressive young people. I wish we had a few more like them!Devin Thorpe, Forbes Blog