African Aid Organization- African Aid Organization, Inc. (AFAID) is a non-profit organization devoted to providing first-class assistance, support, and education to the Most Vulnerable children in Sub-Saharan Africa. AFAID helps children who are affected by HIV/AIDS or who deal with the hardships of poverty by investing in them and in their future.
Women's Microfinance Initiative- Women's Microfinance Initiative (WMI) is a non-profit organization founded by a network of professional women in the Washington, D.C. area. WMI makes loans available to impoverished women who have no access to banking services. Issuing affordable, collateral-free loans for as little as $50, WMI promotes women's economic participation and carries the hope of prosperity to poor, rural areas of Uganda and Kenya.
Africare- is a non-profit organization which provides development aid for Africa. Africare’s programs focus on four principal interrelated areas: Food Security, Water, Health, and Emergency Response. Africare has sub-initiatives like Women’s Empowerment and improved Water and Sanitation in order to achieve Africare’s mission: To improve the quality of life for the people of Africa.
Books For Africa- Books For Africa is the world’s largest shipper of donated books to the African continent. Since 1988, Books For Africa has shipped over 24 million high-quality text and library books to children and adults in 46 African countries. The mission of Books For Africa is to end the book famine in Africa.
African Childrens Haven- African Childrens Haven (ACH) supports grassroots organizations that help local kids lead healthier, more productive lives. African Childrens Haven invests in education, especially for orphans and children living in extreme poverty. ACH also works on projects in agriculture, environment and gender.
Family Care Foundation- provides humanitarian services in developing nations, makes grants, and provides training for grassroots organizations in the developing world, participating in a wide variety of community based initiatives.