Hope and Service to Mankind Foundation

Unverified non-profit organisation

Hope and Service to Mankind Foundation (Hope For Rural Dwellers) is a voluntary, non-profit, charitable, social, non-political, non-governmental, inter-faith and welfare Organisation Registered in Ghana Under section 27 and 28 of 1963 Companies Code (Act 179) with registration number G-35, 853.

The Foundation aims to inspire a sense of active citizenship, solidarity and tolerance among young people and to involve them in shaping their future and that of their communities at large. Volunteers help address many of the most important challenges facing global communities and the foundation intends to involve international volunteers through a youth/sports/cultural exchange programmes for positive change in our communities.

Intervention Areas :

  • EDUCATION (Basic,Informal,Vocational,WomenYouth,Adult, PWDs and the Girl Child with ICT)

The foundation works towards bringing together literate and non-literate, towns, villages, people in common respect for each other and for manual work to promote and encourage the development of the spirit of voluntarism among the youth and people of all communities by organising workcamps towards physical projects, literacy work, and establishing demonstrational camps and farms, Leadership training, camping activities and International Cultural Exchange Programmes.

It also supports and helps the destitute, the poor, the needy, and orphans without family support by training and giving skills to equip the youth to be involved in activities leading to the alleviation of poverty in their communities e.g. Tie and dye batik, bee keeping, snail rearing, establishment of small businesses, general farming and ICT provision of information on marketable skill for sustainable life development.

The foundation also educates communities and individuals about disaster management, by providing adequate information to members and the general public. Psycho-social counseling for all people living with HIV/AIDS, empower the individual physically, mentally, spiritually, and financially by providing adequate support and above all to give them hope, that all is not lost.

Camps are organized for people living with chronic diseases to meet medical professionals for free care, support, advice, check-ups and treatment, and also to meet other people living with the same chronic disease.



Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Participant in relevant networks

Global Goodwill Ambassadors Coalition of NGOs in Ghana (COVOG) UNV

Further information

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Partnership types

Advocacy of global issues; Doing business with the poor; Standards and guidelines...show all (6)