San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Why Black and White Party?
We all live in a sea of poverty; our cause is black and white issue. It’s takes a village to raise a child. This is our annual event, dedicated to the cause of providing support to service /providers to HIV/AIDS and orphan kids in Africa. Since our first event in November 2010, the Black & White party has grown into a unique one, devoted solely to improving the lives of orphans and kids living with HIV. Past beneficiaries have included Cameroon, Nigeria, Zambia, Congo, Kenya, Ghana, sierra Leone, Liberia, and South Africa. Because of the generous support of various social groups, other organizations and individual donors, we plan to include more beneficiaries for 2013.-for more details visit www.helporphankids.org or email@example.com
There are many Stories like that of Michaela DePrince
Her three brothers died young and her father, a trader, was shot by rebels when she was three. She remembers her uncle bringing the body home and trying to explain. "I've always been a daddy's girl," she says. "I do have a picture of my dad and I was holding his hand, so I feel like I was."
Michaela DePrince The boy is HIV-positive
A week later, her mother died from starvation. The family had always been poor. "I was always hungry. I had terrible malnutrition when I came to America. I had no idea how I survived."
Make a Difference - Please Donate
To make a tax deductible donation to The Black and White Party, please specify the local or national organization when you donate. Donations can be made by sending them to: orphan kids help foundation (Black and White Party) We currently accept checks, VISA, MC and American Express.
NEW! Make an online donation @ http://helporphankids.org/donation.php
You can mail donations to:
Dr. Brown Santo, MD
OKHF Events Director
318 Rosemont Park Lane
Marietta, GA 30064
Phone: +1 (678) 401-2559 OR +1 (678) 617- 5423
Fax: +1 (770)-485-6251
When & Where
ATLANTA VETERANS FC
Atlanta Veterans Football Club was established about 5 years ago. Atlanta veterans FC has turned to be the first incorporated veteran team representing Cameroonians in Georgia. A club built within the framework of “Solidarity – Respect – Friendship”. Each year, the Atlanta Veterans FC(AVFC) participates in a combination of leagues, tournaments, and friendly matches. A group of people with common goals and objectives, namely;
To promote the moral, spiritual, and physical health and wellbeing of its members.
To facilitate and enhance the socio-economic wealth and capacity of its members.
To promote a spirit of brotherhood and socio-economic development among its members.
To emphasize our development by identifying resources and potentials for the socio-economic well-being of members.
To provide a means for members to pool resources to enhance their individual and collective welfare through various initiatives.
To promote the proud football cultural heritage of Cameroon within the state of Georgia and beyond through the establishment of a “Football Club”.
To collaborate with other organizations provided the goals and objectives of such organizations do not conflict with our stated objectives, interests, and aspirations.
To engage in other approved charitable activities as permitted under State laws and under Section 501(c) (3) of the United States Internal Revenue Service Code.