Youth & Family Services

Student Exchange Initiative

Visiting South Africa is a great experience. Spending time at a College or University is an experience no young individual should miss. We have a partnership with a few middle and High Schools where kids can spent at least one month in class with other students in Africa. If you are interested in going or somebody else, please click here.


Cultural tours to Africa

Have you ever had a dream to visit Africa and to be connected to the Motherland. Now is your opportunity. The advantage of the organizer of these tours is from Africa. He is born there. He studied there, and married there before he moved to the United States in 1999. He knows thousands of places and people in Africa. Best of all, he is travelling with you. The tour to Africa in 2015 is going to be very exciting. The focus of this trip is South Africa. We will specifically focus on Mandela. We will visit his home town. We will visit the prison where he spent 27 years. And we will visit the government buildings where he ruled from when he became the first black President of South Africa. To sign-up for this tour and to receive more information, please click here.


Christmas meals/toys for Africa

Last year was very exciting when we visited South Africa this time of the year. This year we are partnering with a few organizations/religious institutions to put a smile in the Christmas of a child and/or a family. We are collecting unwrapped toys for 1 million children for Christmas. And we partnering of local institutions to provide Christmas meals to 1 million children in Africa this year.  If you want to be part of this, please make a donation by clicking here.


Future head office in Africa

We have a vacant lot in South Africa which we plan to use for our offices in Africa. This office will be used to run all our domestic affairs in Africa. Somebody in South Africa is busy drawing the buildings plans. A sketch of the planned building will be posted soon. If you want to be part of this project, please click here to make your donation. I may have photos of the vacant lot very soon. It is located in Cape Town, South Africa.