Who we are
We are the Love Still Lives Foundation. A registered non-profit organisation in Ghana, Accra. We serve and work with all people in dire and poverty-stricken situations through outreach and, we support them out of their situation through the work of our whole team. We support them with their crucial needs, and any emergency needs that could put their life in danger.
We support and empower them consistently through our mentorship system and wristband recognition system till they arrive into a position of independence and success. We are a truly passionate and compassionate team, with a strong love for the loss, the homeless, the disabled, the sexually exploited, the street children, the single mothers on the street, the labour trafficked and the poor. These are benefarcies. We work day and night towards the fulfilment of our vision and mission as a foundation and as a team.
Our mission is to serve, empower and transform the lives of the poorest individuals in Ghana. We do this by:
- Daily and nightly outreach
- Provision of food, water and clothing.
- Mentorship system and wristband recognition.
- Registration of our benefarcies so that we can be a consistent support in their daily lives and welfare.
- Tailored and needs based self-development projects
- Collaboration with educational institutions and training programmes.
- Collaboration with health care professionals and psychologists.
Our vision- "To see a world completely devoid of poverty"
- To provide an outreach service to support the poor in all communities i.e. – rural and the slums in the cities through food, mentorship, educational and employment opportunities.
- To implement a mentoring system for all the benefarcies we have outreached. Each team member of the Love Still Lives Foundation will befriend two benefarcies at a time.
- To provide personal development workshops and projects for our benefarcies.
- To provide educational support for our benefarcies who lack the financial means or are illiterate.
- To provide financial assistance for personal training programmes to our benefarcies so they become more financially independent.
- To provide medical care through collaborating with health care professionals, hospitals and health centres.
- To provide a 24/7 counselling service/mental health service within the day centre to tackle mental health issues and the root problems of our benefices.