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A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa

Org #6032
Vetted since 2010
2005
year founded
$25,767
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

To improve the lives of women and children in the West Coast country of Sierra Leone through financial support of small, community-based organizations. These organizations provide food, clothing, medical services, counseling and education to children; raise the potential of Sierra Leone women through education and skills training and combat corruption through information and public education. The foundation's objective is to have an immediate impact on the lives of the women and children.

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Sarah Armstrong
Sarah Armstrong
Team
Sarah L Armstrong
Organization Information
http://www.brighterafrica.org
1020 N. Highland Street Unit 304
Arlington, Virginia 22201
United States
703-980-3116

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2168744315
Organization Information
http://www.brighterafrica.org
1020 N. Highland Street Unit 304
Arlington, Virginia 22201
United States
703-980-3116

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2168744315

Project Reports

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Jun 12, 2018
BTA Support Continues in Springtime 2018
A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa - BTA - continues to provide nourishment to children throughout Sierra Leone through school feeding programs. Thanks to you support, this nourishment has led to great...
Mar 9, 2018
We've Established a New Feeding Program!
A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa (BTA) recently established and is now funding a new school feeding program at a school called Connecting Destiny. We are providing support for, and nourishment to...
Dec 5, 2017
Going Back To School Fully Equipped in Freetown
When A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa last reported to all of you – our generous donors – we spoke of the horrible mudslides which left more than 400 people dead and an estimated 6,000...
 
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