iPromisedGhana 

We are African Americans doing our part to repair & restore africa.

iPromisedGhana is a Healthy Black Communities, Inc. (USA) Ghana, West Africa community development initiative that works to assist in improving quality of life for youth and young adults. We have 10 key projects in the country, including schools and organizations.

april 2021 visit to salaga

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African Americans helping to make life better for Ghanaians.

Click HERE to read our iPromisedGhana 2022 Compiled Report for all our projects.

Healthy Black Communities, Inc. is a 501(c)3 USA based nonprofit organization that works to improve quality of life for Black communities, both domestically and internationally. In February 2019, the organization toured three regions of Ghana, West Africa (Central, Eastern and Greater Accra) to discover projects needing support. Honorable Kojo Asemanyi (Member of Parliament – Gomoa East) served as a host in the Central Region. You can donate via CashApp or PayPal to assist us reach our Project Fundraising Goal: $250,000.

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT

We provide desks, uniforms, sewing machines and assist with repairing or rebuilding infrastructures to make school environments safe and comfortable for students.

Organization Support

We provide soccer balls, uniforms, shoes, food for prisoners, and access to books to community based organizations.

Community Support

We work with local groups to provide support via Cash Gifts, clothes, and partnership to access USA resources that serve their mission.

Food Care Packages

We provide food care packages to youth, young adults and teachers in the various communities we work in as a means of care.

Youth and Young People in Ghana Need Your Help!!!

We need 75 dual desks for our friends at All Souls Anglican Basic School A and B, can we count on your support? For $50, we will have the desk built with your name, organization or company printed on the front of the desk as the donor.

We need 135 pairs of shoes for our friends at La Anglican Cluster of Schools and Methodist Girls Senior High School, can we count on your support? For $15 a pair, we will go and purchase the shoes and deliver them to the students in your name.

We need 15 school uniforms for our friends at La Anglican Cluster of Schools, can we count on your support? For $15, we will have a uniform sewn specifically for a child at the school. We will also do a video presentation at the school naming all of the donors. 

We need 117 Academic and General Education books for our friends at Takyiam District Assembly Basic School, can we count on your support? For $15, we go and purchase the books requested by the HeadMaster and do a video presentation thanking all donors.

We need 110 roofing sheets to repair the roof for our friends at All Souls Anglican Basic School A and B, can we count on your support? For $10 per aluminum sheet, we will go and purchase the roofing sheets and have the roof repaired. Once completed, we will do a video thanking all the donors.

We need eight (8) teacher cupboards for our teachers at All Souls Anglican Basic School A and B, can we count on your support? For $250, we will have the cupboard built with your name, organization or company printed on the front of the cupboard as the donor. 

Our Goal: $250,000 ($55,786 raised so far)

Healthy Black Communities needs your help to reach our goal!

All the fair brave words spoken about freedom that had been broadcast to the four corners of the earth took seed and grew where they had not been intended.”

- Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

Ghana's Founding Father

Ghana has a long history of relations with African Americans. In 1957 (63 years ago), Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. made a transformative visit to the Gold Coast in West Africa, then a British colony on the Gulf of Guinea. During his first trip abroad, King participated in the celebration of the first African nation, Ghana, and the newly formed country’s independence from British rule.