SINCEAFRICAN Hope Community
This is non-profit organization:
That is helping lots of people all around world. This foundation is giving people Hope for tomorrow it is making them understand the way of life here in United States, It is taking time work with people and help them with their needs, Such as food closing household goods Medical Care Education jobs personal hygiene and basic communication such as English . I have seen with my own eyes to help that this organization is doing for people, this is why I am just one of the mentors that is helping out with this organization. African hope communities are helping families become better citizens of the United States.
Thank you to the president Francine Kanyinda and her husband you are very educated carried people with a heart to help people and to help them see and have hope with a dream for tomorrow, for letting me be a part of your dream.
This is just one of the very important organizations out here reaching people, a very positive motivating uplifting organization.
I’m proud to be sponsors of this organization as the HR director of the Hope Center USA.
Africa Hope Community is an organization that helps African women build their lives in the Denver area. Many African women who immigrate to the United States face a lot of difficulties as they try to find resources especially educationally and financially. I know first hand how tough it can be. My mother immigrated to the United States from Ghana, West Africa and struggled to find resources, but through the assistance of friends she was able to get her education and become financially independant. I decided to get involved with Africa Hope in order to help women like my mother establish and reach their goals. Adjusting to life in a new country can be very difficult, but Africa Hope Community aims to assist women by providing resources and support. I admire how the President of Africa Hope, Francine Kanyinda, has worked tirelessly to establish this organization and reach hundreds of women in desperate need. I am proud to be a volunteer for this organization and I believe that it will continue to grow.
I first heard about Africa Hope Community while attending a community film documentary called Pushing the Elephant. After the viewing there was a panel discussion with people who could speak about the Congolese crisis firsthand. Francine KANYINDA, the founder of AHC was speaking on behalf of the non-profit she started. I instantly was intrigued by what she was saying because I was mulling over the idea of volunteering with a refugee agency again. ( I had done so for several years in the past and took a break). I was thrilled b/c I hadn't heard about AHC and I loved that it was smaller than the other agencies. I also, love that it was started by an African with a mission to help fellow Africans. This is very important because I believe it helps bridge the major divide that African women have to go through upon arriving in the U.S. Africa Hope Community is making a difference in African women's lives.