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Sunday June 15, 2014 5:00pm-7:00pm $20.00 donation Plaza Lanes, 300 Main Street, Madison, NJ Desta is having a bowling party to generate funds for a very important project. I was born in Ethiopia and my mother and I are returning there … Continue reading
Age of Awareness (AOA) announces our Box/Bank (B/B) program to help those desperately in need of items. Schools, villages and orphanages throughout Ghana, West Africa will benefit from your generous donations. All you will need is a box and a … Continue reading
AOA held its annual fundraiser on Thursday November 29, 2012 at the Newton White Mansion. Guests were invited to shop for African handicrafts, play games and make donations.
AOA visited the following schools in Ghana from September 23 to October 2, 2012: KAAJANO PRESBY PRIMARY IN OSU – (computer recipient) COMMUNITY SCHOOL 7 #2 PRIMARY IN TEMA – (computer recipient) KING DAVID SCHOOL IN TESHIE – (computer recipient) … Continue reading
AOA will be returning to Ghana in September 2012. We will be distributing teaching and learning materials and computers to various schools throughout Greater Accra. If you would like to donate to this effort, please click on the “donate” button. … Continue reading
AOA is preparing school supplies to ship to our schools in GHANA. We need your help!! (click on photos to enlarge)
If you would like to donate to the cost of shipping, please click the “donate” button at the top or call 240-245-4827 or send your donation to PO Box 111, Glenn Dale, MD 20720. THANK YOU!!!
Age of Awareness will be returning to Ghana in March 2012 to deliver much needed teaching and learning materials for the instructors and students. We need your help. A $10 donation will help purchase and ship supplies for our schools. Please click … Continue reading
On our visit to Ghana this time, we went to four schools and an orphanage. At King David School, we were welcomed with song and dance as they always do…later in the week, AOA sponsored a dinner with 7 students, … Continue reading
Edward Niidue, King David student (top left) wants to be a pilot and proudly displays his Age of Awareness tee shirt during a student dinner with AOA. Trina Williams (2nd from left) assists in coordinating the teacher packs as Toni Hillman looks on. … Continue reading