Mission: Established in 1988, FOAI is an all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit corporation with chapters in Aspen, CO, Scottsdale, AZ and Nairobi, Kenya. In 2010, FOAI became registered as an international NGO. FOAI initiates projects and funds NGOs aligned with our mission to support wildlife conservation, environmental protection, cultural preservation, disease intervention, poverty alleviation, sustainable infrastructure development and education in Africa. FOAI also supports objectives of other NPOs and NGOs, and via Friends of Africa International Trust, FOAI funds orphan education and community-based environmental, conservation and humanitarian projects. Friends of Africa and Friends of Africa International are registered trademarks of the organization. For more information please visit us online at www.FriendsofAfricaAZ.org or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Target demographics: wildlife, the environment and underserved indigenous populations
Geographic areas served: Sub-Saharan Africa
Programs: wildlife conservation, environmental protection, cultural preservation, sustainable development, healthcare and education and other humanitarian initiatives. Via Friends of Africa International Trust, FOAI also funds community-based conservation education projects and school tuition for HIV/AIDS orphans. FOAI Affiliates include Save The Elephants, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, African Conservation Foundation and the Mount Kenya Trust.
I have worked with members of this organization and they are so dedicated in what they do.Providing an opportunity for one to learn and also get health care is like a miracle for these people here in Kenya.Keep up the good work.
I have had the pleasure of working with Friends of Africa International on a volunteer basis. What an incredible group of people who are passionate about the work they do. I have worked with other non-profits in the past but none of this caliber. The dedication and lives that are changed by this group is second to none. Friends of Africa is an organization that I would recommend as a trusted and dedicated non-profit that is making the lives of so many people in Africa better.
I am a graphic designer. I joined this board and offered my skills and services hoping make a difference in the world, to educate and the save lives of children and those who have so very little. What caught my attention was the commitment and dedication of the core members of the board. Their knowledge and vision is remarkable and it is amazing how they manage to do so much with so little. The love, compassion and support they give to the Pokot people of Kenya is limitless.