How To Get Involved

Gifty Pearl Correspondent
Posted March 11, 2018 from Ghana

 

’When I was blind, I thought the world had come to an end, but after this training I know I can still make it’ . Deborah. Akropong School For the Blind, Ghana.

Taking simple actions liking giving a messages of hope, providing a listening ear, facilitating workshops and giving girls the chance to tell their own stories with others through discussions and after school meetings for the past years has impacted the lives of over 1000 girls in Ghana, Zambia, Kenya and Nepal through ‘Train-Coach-Mentor’ Girls Project.

You can make impact with me in the following simple ways

  • Sponsor a program or project ($500 can help 500 girls participate in our program for 3 months)
  • Volunteer to mentor any of the girls in our Train-Coach-Mentor Girls Project
  • Become a board member
  • Internship opportunity with our Ghana program
  • Donate books and school supplies for girls in our program
  • Donate computers or laptops to our resource center
  • Partner with us
  • Like and share our stories or project links on your social media channels or with friends such as -http://https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/support-leadership-project-for-girls-in-bongo/

Visit our website: www.greightfoundation.org        Email: greightfoundation@gmail.com

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‘KINDNESS IS POWERFUL’

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Jill Langhus
Mar 11, 2018
Mar 11, 2018

Hi Gifty. Thanks for sharing your story, mission, website and FB page, which I'm now following. Let me know if you would like a remote mentor?!

Obisakin Busayo
Mar 12, 2018
Mar 12, 2018

Good job Gifty! Thank you for sharing

Clodine Mbuli Shei
Mar 12, 2018
Mar 12, 2018

Thanks Gifty,
Kindness indeed is powerful. Thanks for sharing this information necessary for a sustainable future.

Beth Lacey
Mar 14, 2018
Mar 14, 2018

Thank you for sharing your amazing story. Good luck!
Beth

otahelp
Feb 06
Feb 06

Dear Gifty, thank you for this wonderful work you are doing. it not easy bearing the burden of others and being supportive. sometimes it is misconstrued but we must continue. keep up the good work.