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Business partnership sought with nonprofit benefiting from camping equipment/tent donations

General information

Overall description

We are a business looking to establish a long term partnership with a nonprofit organization who can benefit from consistent, recurring donations of tents among other camping supplies. Preferably an organization will be able to receive large quantities of tents, more than 1000 per year.

Timing

We look to open the dialogue immediately, but will not begin donating tents for another 6-7 months.

Partnership types

Provision of goods

Disasters

Haiti: Earthquakes - Jan 2010; Pakistan; Pakistan: Floods - Jul 2010

Goods details

Goods description

Camping Supplies Tents Sleeping Bags Mats Tarps Please let us know of any other camping/outdoor equipment that is needed

Type(s) of goods

Shelter & construction; Sports & recreation

Location

Virginia, United States

Frequency (one-off or ongoing)

I will be offering these goods on an ongoing basis.

Cost of goods

There is no cost.
We can negotiate shipping costs to make it work for both parties involved.

Transport

I cannot assist with transport.

Expiry

Expiry dates are not relevant to these goods.

Condition

These goods are second hand.


Organisation details

Organisation name

Project Shelter

Business sector(s)

Leisure, hospitality, tourism and sports

Annual turnover (US$)

Less than 500,000

Contact details

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Responses

  • Contact details exchanged
    25 Jan 2012 07:20 GMT

    Feed The Children Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Tina Theresa Thompson says: I would love to talk more with you about a partnership between our organization, Feed The Children, and your company. I believe that we meet the needs of many with your help. Please contact me at your convenience.

  • Contact details exchanged
    26 Jan 2012 04:16 GMT

    Bright Hope International Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Henry Chu says: We have interest in equipment for our Haiti projects. Please call me at your earliest convenience.

  • Commented
    26 Jan 2012 11:35 GMT

    SAPCONE
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Amoni Thomas Amfry says: The equipment will assist displaced and victims of massacres.Please email :info@turkanapeople.org

  • Commented
    27 Jan 2012 02:08 GMT

    Learning and Development Kenya (LDK)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Learning and Development Kenya says: Please consider our organization for this partnership. Since we organize community meetings frequently, donation of this camping equipment will be of great help to us. They will be put in very good use within our charitable programs.

    Philip Ndeta
    Director
    Learning and Development Kenya
    P O Box 13808
    Nakuru 20100, Kenya
    Tel: 254 721 919 483

    Email: philipndeta@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    27 Jan 2012 03:50 GMT

    Dumi International Aid
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Dumie Moyo says: I live in the UK and I am a Zimbabwean, have been doing a similar thing for the past two years, We would like to establish a long term partnership with you,I have since registered a trust in Zimbabwe for that purpose please see details

    My full name is Dumisani Moyo) am the treasurer, Michael Bennett is the Church Steward, Valerie Bennett and John Miles are local preachers and all worship at Macdonald Road Methodist Church in Coventry out Minister's name is :
    Rev David Musgrave
    Coventry & Nuneaton Methodist Circuit
    44 Mellowdew Road
    Coventry
    CV2 5GN
    024 7644 4062 Email: (davidmusgrave@hotmail.co.uk )
    Michael C Bennett(mcbennett@uwclub.netmail)
    We have been involved in the ministry and project of sending used and items such as books, computers, bedding, linen, clothes etc to the very needy people of Ntsoma Village in the Insiza district in Zimbabwe for the last 2 years.We are called THE DUMI PROJECT and have an emergency situation and in desperation, ask that you to consider whether you might be able to help with emergency any financial donation to help us ship the items to Zimbabwe.

    We have been collecting items such as books, computers, school furniture, bedding, linen etc. for a deprived and appalling situation in Ntsoma Community and children of the Mapengani Primary School in the Insiza district of Zimbabwe for the past one and half years and managed to finance the project, some myself and also with the help of others, have now collected about 20 tonnes of these items.

    After receiving a letter of interest in the project in July from a company, we started to collect school and community items such desks, computers, printer, bedding linen etc. All of these items are now stored in different places including the use of our minister home garage and in particular we asked someone who owns a factory to store the bulk of the stuff for us.
    The factory owner asked me what guarantee do we have to remove and ship out the items, We replied that the company have kindly shown interest in our project and therefore we were anticipating a positive outcome by November, It was on this basis that we were going to purchase a lorry/container, load it with the respective stuff and ship it over to Zimbabwe as indicated in our letter to their Chief Executive. I also stated in my letter that we are planning a second trip back to Zimbabwe in the month of December to monitor the distribution of the donated items.
    The company came back to us in this eleventh hour and advised that they had received many applications and so they are unable to help our project.
    The factory owner also had informed us that the month of December is his busiest period and would like me to remove all stored items from his factory by the end of November 2011. He was due to receive four large containers from China and needs his space to store his goods for his business and so asks that I should remove all the stuff without fail from his factory on the 30thNovember and we have failed to do so by now.
    We have now been given another 25th Frebruary 2012 to remove all the items and have nowhere to put them so we have found ourselves in a predicament. As a result of this, the only thing we can do is to request for an emergency funding assistance for this particular regard.
    We would appreciate any help, assistance which you might be able to give in this situation.

    Regards

    Dumisani Moyo
    + 44 798 5469 535
    Chairman of the group


































































































































































































































































































































































































    Why is this project needed at this time in this location?

    Zimbabwe is one of the countries that have experienced and recorded one of the highest levels of the HIV infections in the world with 26.8 in the late 1990s to 13.6 in 2010 (NAC quarterly statistics). The national HIV prevalence rate is slowly on a downward trend, although within the country and districts, there is a series of multiple changing and overlapping micro-epidemics, each with its own character (the populations most affected), dynamics (patterns of change overtime) and characteristics (severity of impact). This contributes to important age, gender and geographical differences in HIV prevalence. Against such a background, Insiza district remains with high HIV prevalence rate that is higher than the national one. The acceleration of the epidemic in the Insiza communities has largely been driven by sexual transmission, with 80% to 90% arising from heterosexual transmission. There is still inadequacy of practical knowledge related to prevention practices. There are knowledge gaps in intervention areas that include Testing and Counselling (T&C), Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT), Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) or Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) and their availability. The rural areas are the most affected as they are underserved. Females appear to be consistently lagging behind males in most areas of HIV and AIDS-related knowledge. The greatest challenge facing the communities is that HIV risk perception is to a large extent not personalised by all sexual active individuals to reflect on their own risk of being infected and passing on infection to a loved one. In Insiza district, there is a high risk of contracting HIV by adolescents and young men and women aged 15-24 in and out of school in comparison to other age groups due to a number of inextricable intertwined reasons. They include: Ignorance and/or Inadequate relevant information and knowledge about HIV/AIDS; Prevalence of ignorance, myths & misconceptions about HIV/AIDS related to some cultural, traditional & religious attitudes, norms, beliefs and practices; Insecure Livelihoods; Experimenting with sex, boredom and peer pressure; Lack of Parental guidance; Existence of Inequalities between young men & women, boys and girls, unequal power relations, access to and control over resources and decision making. All these challenges demonstrate a strong and urgent need for an adolescent and youth HIV prevention and mitigation initiative.

    The proposed project is the HIV prevention and/or stigma reduction intervention in Insiza communities through sport targeting young men and women in and out of school. It is needed at this time in Insiza district because the quarterly Insiza District NAC HIV prevalence rates show that the adolescents and youth are among the groups that still exhibit high prevalence rates despite the downward trend of the national prevalence rate which is now approximated at 13.6. The documentation reviews also indicate that high new infections are occurring in the youth aged 15-24. Therefore an HIV free generation will be very difficult to achieve in this district if there are no concerted efforts to facilitate the adolescents and youth to prevent new infections and the spread of HIV.

    How and why have the beneficiaries been selected?

    The adolescent and youth in Insiza District’s 8 communities of Nstoma, Shamba, Mwele, Nkankezi, Papama, Scooter, Gwatemba and Malole have been specifically targeted and selected by the Nstoma Community Based Organisation in consultation with Insiza District stakeholders because of the high risk of contracting HIV of adolescents and youth as evidenced by the high HIV infection rates prevalent amongst young men and women aged 15-24 in and out of school (NAC quarterly statistics). Insiza district is one of the districts in Zimbabwe with high HIV prevalence rate and the worst affected age groups are 15-19 years, 20-24 years and 30-49 years. Young people in particular orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) and out-of school adolescents engage in early sexual activity and require attention of prevention programmes. Sexual relations between younger women and men who are five or more years older are the major entry point for HIV into the younger generation. Multiple sexual relationships due to lack of faithfulness are a key driver of the HIV epidemic in the communities. The risk factors for HIV infection include a higher overall number of sexual partners, high turnover of sexual partners and concurrent sexual partners or having a partner who has concurrent sexual partners. The young men and women are exposed to such risks. Correct and consistent use of male and female condoms by adolescent and youth still remains a challenge. There are a lot of constraints that include high cost, stigma and myths to availability, accessibility and usage of female condom faced by young women. There are also some cultural, traditional and religious practices and attitudes that increase vulnerability of adolescents and young men and women to HIV infection. Females are at more risk of exposure to HIV infection due to gender inequalities and unequal power relations. The practices include among others, polygamy, widow inheritance, girl pledging and forced marriage and intra-vaginal practices. HIV and AIDS IEC materials (manuals, workbooks, toolkits) and communication tools in local languages specifically targeting the adolescents and young adults in rural communities is very poor, so is the distribution and there is also fragmentation of such activities. There is limited access to IEC materials as well as lack of adequate training for adolescent and young men and women users. Furthermore, there is limited integration of testing and counselling services into sexual and reproductive health and rights programmes to offer young people opportunities of accessing new channels for accessing family planning programmes without having to be stigmatised and discriminated.

    The project will address the MDGs 3, 6 and 8.

    MDG 3 recognises that achieving equality between young men and women, adolescent boys and girls is crucial in the fight of HIV and AIDS in individuals, families and communities. MDG3 is a means of preventing the new HIV infections and mitigating the effects and striving for an HIV free generation through promoting gender equality and empowerment of young girls and women via sporting activities such as football and athletics where all people are able to fully participate in

    their communities. This includes ensuring that both young women and men hold positions as leaders in their sporting clubs, families and communities; that they equally participate in all levels of the sporting activities. The Dumi project in partnership with Nstoma CBO and Schools Development Associations will support 700 young men and women in and out of school participating in sporting activities of football, netball, volleyball and athletics. The project nurtures the transition of young girls and boys, men and women from education into productive employment via teaching of life skills. This initiative assists girls to complete their education, build life skills that respond to their needs and constraints. The project plan includes education and skill building (e.g. life skills, leadership skills, negotiation skills, financial literacy, livelihood training, gender training).

    employers to hire, retain and train young women. The Adolescent and Youth HIV prevention Initiative using sporting activities, is a global public-private partnership initiative launched by The Dumi Project, Nstoma CBO and Insiza District Rural Schools Development Association to promote the social economic empowerment of adolescent girls.

    MDG 6 aims to reduce the spread of HIV and AIDS, malaria and other major diseases. This is to be achieved through increasing young people’s knowledge of HIV and AIDS; and improving access to appropriate drugs and other means to prevent and treat diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS. Strategies to prevent HIV infection shall address the vulnerabilities of both men and women. Some ideas about masculinity, particularly those related to power and violence against women, have a significant impact on women’s rights and increase HIV vulnerability for women and girls. Sustainable programs to change boys and men’s behaviour will be an integral part in reducing the spread of HIV. Some perceptions of gender roles and stereotypes also affect men and boys, and have negative impacts on their health. These too will be addressed. Care and support strategies in the project recognise that women and girls often carry the greater burden of care where they or a family member is HIV. Prevention strategies shall ensure that the most marginalised and vulnerable young women have their rights respected and have access to services. The project is supporting the integration of gender issues, including measures to respond to violence against women and girls, as part of its work with non-governmental organisations on HIV and AIDS. In Insiza communities the project is working to sensitise and use men as facilitators and change agents for attitude and behaviour change in the prevention of HIV infections. MDG 8 recognises the need for a global partnership in order to achieve development and eradicate poverty propelled by HIV and AIDS in families and communities.




    3.3


    What specific change is this initiative intended to achieve? What is the anticipated impact of the project on the lives of the beneficiaries? Approximately how many people will benefit directly?




    The project is expected to achieve the following changes:
    1.The Insiza district families and communities, 700 adolescent girls and boys, young women and men, teachers and community leadership will be conscious about the exposure to HIV new infections of young people and fully aware of the implications to having an HIV free generation
    2.There will be increased uptake of HIV prevention services by young people compared to project baseline figures
    3.There will also be increased capacities of adolescent girls and boys , young women and men with life skills to tackle the HIV and AIDS epidemic from an informed and equipped point of view
    4.The anticipated impact of the project is changes in attitudes and behaviours and sexual relationships of adolescent girls and boys, young men and women and all this contributing to reduced new HIV infections in young people of Insiza communities.

    Approximately 700 adolescent girls and boys, young men and women from 8 Insiza communities will benefit directly from the intervention.




    3.4


    What is the methodology and approach to be used by the project to achieve the changes described? Describe briefly the main activities.




    The project will employ a rich integrated methodological approach consisting of use popular sports like football, netball, volleyball and athletics to vigorously campaign against new HIV infections especially in adolescent girls and boys, young men and women and promote through youth development a vision of an HIV free generation in underserved communities like Insiza. There shall be baseline survey; HIV prevention services awareness raising, technical capacity building in the areas like youth behaviour change and gender equality promotion, education and skill building (e.g. life skills, leadership skills, negotiation skills, financial literacy, livelihood training, gender training).HIV and AIDS care, support and treatment literacy; and strategic partnerships building and networking.

    A baseline survey on HIV and AIDS conditions in target communities will be carried out. This will be done in order to concretely establish the needs and constraints situation of adolescent girls and boys, young men and women to mark a reference point in terms of baseline information of the project for benchmarking purposes to enable tracking of changes occurring and performance measurement of outputs and outcomes. The community leadership will be consulted and engaged about the project as they are the custodians of local community development so that they provide authority, leadership and support to the project. The 700 beneficiaries consisting of adolescents and youth aged 15-25 in and out of school will be mobilised in 8 Insiza district communities to actively participate in HIV prevention awareness raising and capacity building sporting activities including football, netball, volleyball and athletics. This will ensure that they own the project and ensure sustainability. Sporting kits for football, netball, volleyball and athletics for boys and girls, young men and women shall be procured together with HIV and AIDS IEC materials for behaviour and attitude change and promotion. Target community members, ministry of education and health, teachers, parents and guardians will be mobilised to ensure that they support their children’s active participation in the project sporting activity campaigning events. Periodic monitoring of the project will be done by Nstoma community organisation, The Dumi project, beneficiaries, community leadership and the funding partner. A mid and end of project evaluations will be conducted to measure the impact of the project intervention.




    3.5


    Who will be carrying out the project activities? Which organizations / stakeholders will undertake which work? Why are these organisations considered to be the most appropriate to implement this project? Who has been involved to date in the project design?




    The project activities will be carried out by key stakeholders of The Dumi Project, Nstoma CBO, SKITHI, adolescent girls and boys, young men and women in and out of school in target communities, local and traditional leadership, Schools, School Development Associations, and teachers and parents/guardians in target communities, AIDS service Organisation operating in target communities, Community health technicians and the funding partners. The Dumi Project will be responsible for the overall project coordination and project cycle management, including financial resources, mobilisation, usage, monitoring, reporting and evaluation. The Dumi Project is operating in partnership with Nstoma Community Based Organisation that has structures at community level comprising of beneficiaries and target groups enabling easy project implementation and reaching of all beneficiaries. The Dumi project is better placed to mobilise critical resources and manage them properly while Nstoma CBO is strategically positioned in the communities to implement the project and ensure sustainability as it is owned by the poor community members. The funding partner will provide financial project resources and technical support. SKITHI will carry out gender and HIV and AIDS awareness raising, mainstreaming and capacity building trainings in identified areas. SKITHI is a research, skills development and capacity building organization that has wealth of experience and capacity in community development and management. Other AIDS Service Organisations operating in the area will be consulted for coordinating and networking purposes.









    3.6


    Innovation: Why is this approach considered to be innovative? (see Guidelines for GPAF definition of innovation) Is a new approach to be applied? Are new ways of partnership to be developed? Who or what is the inspiration behind this project? Will the project involve experimenting or piloting new ideas or approaches? What risks are being considered? How does this approach differ from work being done by others? What is the potential for future replication or larger-scale implementation? How will lessons be learned from the results of this initiative? (Maximum 1 page for question 3.6)




    The approach is considered to be innovative as it is a new approach in the target 8 Insiza communities of tackling the HIV epidemic especially in adolescent girls and boys, young men and women. The project fights HIV from a multifaceted perspectives but harnessing tested models and good practices of mainstreaming gender equality and HIV/AIDS. The project recognises the need for a global partnership in order to achieve development and eradicate poverty propelled by HIV and AIDS in families and communities. Gender equality and the empowerment of women are an essential part of this. A global partnership for development needs to involve men and women as partners and decision-makers, and to ensure that men and women benefit from the work of this partnership. The project will help advance the work on improving reproductive health, safe motherhood, reducing HIV, eliminating gender-based violence and promoting gender equality in the marginalised communities. It will also assist in integrating sexual and reproductive health programs into emergency responses, so that when disasters strike there is still access to family planning services, assisted delivery and emergency obstetric care. The major risk is stigma ad discrimination associated with adolescents and youth utilising HIV prevention services and also partaking in sexual reproductive health and rights.





    Dumisani Moyo
    + 44 798 5469 535

  • Commented
    05 Mar 2012 08:20 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: contact us at rcminternational@gmail.com

  • Commented
    17 Mar 2012 11:32 GMT

    YEAK Uganda (Youth Empowerment Association Kabowa)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Youth Empowerment Association Kabowa(Yeak-Uganda) says: hullo,thanks for your offer,yeak uganda ayouth based ngo is interested in your offer to use in the projects we do up country,thanks

    mbaziira musa
    executive director
    +256772427779
    yeakabowa@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    19 Mar 2012 06:54 GMT

    Motherhood Childcare Project
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ALICE NORAH says: Thank you we are interested in this offer,we have youth activities and always camp

  • Commented
    06 Apr 2012 05:05 GMT

    Redemption Research for Health and Educational Development Society (RRHEDS)

    Kennady Pulipati says:
    We need for our Medical Camps conducted Different Villages. More information please kindly see our web-site www.rrheds.org

  • Commented
    21 Apr 2012 11:47 GMT

    TEDO (The Eastern Development Organisation)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    The Eastern Development Organization says: This is the eastern development organization a non profit making community based and registered;we are embracing the offer and hoping to be kindly be considered as its one of our challenge to conduct trainings under trees in our community trainings for community local leaders and church leaders and more use ful for out vocational training centre.
    with respect;
    thanks for your good cooperation; waiting to hear from your office.
    director.use our organization contacts on globalhand for communication purposes.

  • Commented
    13 May 2012 08:56 GMT

    National Humanitarian Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Dr.Yehia El Bache says: Our Yemen NGO *NHF* is ready for the Partnership with You.Be aware that your gifts will be delivered to Yemeni Poor under our controle
    Thank You

  • Commented
    14 May 2012 07:08 GMT

    Motherhood Childcare Project
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ALICE NORAH says: Dr.Yehia,thanks,do we have documents to sign for partnership ,if yes pse send them to us.good day.
    Alice

  • Commented
    14 May 2012 10:03 GMT

    National Humanitarian Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Dr.Yehia El Bache says: Dear Alice
    Thank you very much for your kind prompt reply.
    The MOU will be ready for signing during the next week.Please send me your full address (Email,Fax)
    Thank You again
    Yehih
    NHF

  • Commented
    15 May 2012 05:42 GMT

    National Humanitarian Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Dr.Yehia El Bache says: Dear Alice
    You are kindly requested to provide us the full name of your Org. & full coordinates in order to issue a draft of partnership agreement.You will receive, along with draft,our registration info, web,& other util info.
    Dr Yehia
    Ugredco@gmail.com

  • Commented
    28 May 2012 10:58 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: one big tent would enough for us

  • Commented
    01 Jul 2012 10:11 GMT

    Mulema Life Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mulema life foundation says: We are interested in your offer to partner.
    Kindly contact us over this. We intent to use
    your donations we in Kenya.
    thanking you in advance;

    James Mulema,
    Executive Director.
    Mulema Life Foundation.

  • Commented
    01 Jul 2012 10:12 GMT

    Mulema Life Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mulema life foundation says: We are interested in your offer to partner.
    Kindly contact us over this. We intent to use
    your donations we in Kenya.
    thanking you in advance;

    James Mulema,
    Executive Director.
    Mulema Life Foundation.

  • Commented
    07 Jul 2012 09:50 GMT

    Redeem Africa Leadership Foundation (RALFo)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Redeem African Leadership Foundation says: REDEEM AFRICAN LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION'S PROJECT OF DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS AND FREEDOM AND POLITICAL TOLERANT FOR PEACEFUL ELECTIONS IN GHANA WILL INTERESTED IN YOUR OFFER TO HELP US GO TO MANY RURAL AND SMALL COMMUNITIES TO DEEPENING THE RURAL DEMOCRACY.

    CONTACT: CHRIS ARTHUR at chrisarhin@yahoo.co.uk; chris@realec.org; www.realec.org, 233 54117 3031

  • Commented
    18 Jul 2012 08:11 GMT

    Women of Purpose Community Development Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    JUDITH SELLANGA says: Hi, we are non-profit agency based in Sierra Leone and will be having a container of relief books from the USA. We need tents for our projects and field works, how will you help us?

  • Commented
    31 Jul 2012 05:15 GMT

    Jehovah Charitable Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    moses w.muroncia says: Jehovah charitable center,would love to have some of the tents to serve as homes to our children.please visit any web on turkana and samburus people of Kenya.see how and where our children accommodate.we shall also use one as an office and a library,and also a prayer room

  • Commented
    01 Aug 2012 02:44 GMT

    Christian Communication Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Rev. Lawnsome Etum Akezi says: We as faith based charity development organization operating in Northern Uganda, would be interested in your tents to help facilitate rural outreaches. We would like to have contacts on how to access them through partnership with your organization please.

    For further communications can reach us through the address below.

    Rev. Lawnsome Etum Akezi
    Christian Communication Centre
    P.O. Box 72, Lira - Uganda
    Tel. +256776344408/759344408
    Email: ccclira.ug@gmail.com

  • Commented
    12 Aug 2012 07:05 GMT

    International Youth Council South Sudan Chapter
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Geoffrey Ochieng Alala says: We are International Youth Council South Sudan Chapter. We are currently involved in many activities that bring the youth together Such as HIV/AIDs campaigns, School and club Peace games, Peace mediation and reconciliation, Water and sanitation, agriculture shows and youth conferences. This offer can help the youth in organizing function as most forums, meeting, events and functions are still done under the tree on on the open sun here in South Sudan.

    Regards
    Geoffrey Alala
    Secretary, International Youth Council South Sudan Chapter.
    Tel: +211 (0) 955 941 480

  • Commented
    18 Aug 2012 11:55 GMT

    Light Up Africa Care Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Chief Ewie Aimienwauu says: Please can we benefit from this outdoor shealther offer. we are permanently working in remote villages and farming camps where there are no houses and the people we assist with Solar lamps need to be protected also from the vagaries of weather just as our volunteers who have to work with them.
    we would appreciate a few hundred tents and supplies of camping lamps, water, etc every year on a permanent basis.
    Grateful

  • Commented
    25 Aug 2012 04:14 GMT

    Voice of Grace Foundation (VGF)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Voice of Grace Foundation Cameroon says: The Voice of Grace Foundation(VGF) Cameroon is interested in this offers to help rehabilitate the homeless elderly. Many are elderly who sleep in uncompleted buildings and abandonned cars due to lack of shelter. Malaria remain monumentally tall because of lack of adequate insecticide treated tents to sufficiently meet the growing needs of the Africa local communities. Therefore, we are looking forwards to negotiating this partnership of shelter and tents provision.
    contact us at www.voiceofgracefoundation.org
    email:vgf25vgf@yahoo.com/info@voiceofgracefoundation.org
    +237 96 64 30 93

  • Commented
    20 Sep 2012 02:45 GMT

    Lore & Light Society
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mrs.R. S Bhatti says: We request you to providing tents for present (2012)flood in Pakistan.
    This is our contact: lls@loreandlightsociety.org
    website:www.loreandlightsociety.org
    Thanks

  • Commented
    16 Oct 2012 08:04 GMT

    Nyabohanse Children Rescue Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Evans Magwe says: Hello,
    We would like with much appreciation to introduce to you our organization,
    Nyabohanse Children Rescue Centre is a community-based organization dedicated to community development. We assist children, women, youth and disadvantaged people in the community. We solicit funding for donor support in our community-based projects including support for HIV/Aids orphans, disabled, widows and single parents. Our organization urgently needs equipment to start a income generating activities toassist the poor in the community. Creating jobs and training the jobless.
    All stakeholders including sponsors and volunteers also play an important role in the management of programs and assist in project programming.
    For more information, check out nyabohansechildrenrescuecentre.kbo.co.ke/ https://www.facebook.com/NyabohanseChildrenRescueCentre?ref=hl
    Volunteers are vital to our work's ability to reach the community. You can be a part of what is going on! If you can do something on a regular basis like the below, that would be a great help!
    - Helping Work in the Rural Agriculture garden with community members, teaching
    them to be self reliant
    - Monthly Building & Maintenance Day
    - Food Pantry workers
    - Teaching elementary School - Working with children, teens or adults
    - Preparing our sites for participants
    Do you see a need? Let us know how you'd like to help.
    Hear from you soon.
    Evans

  • Commented
    11 Nov 2012 09:02 GMT

    Palash Palli Unnayan Sangstha
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mohammad Khorshed Alam says: Dear Sir\Madam,

    Warm Greetings from Palash Palli Unnayan Sangstha ( Palash Association for Rural Development)! want to work with you as a potential partner.

    Let us introduce ourselves as an NGO based at Central and Eastern Districts of Bangladesh. Our mission is "To improve the quality of the life of the rural disadvantaged papulation and protect the rights of the people through education,health,and social mobilisation". Palash Palli Unnayan Sangstha (PPUS) is working for disadvantaged people specially distressed girl and women and Social Welfare for the poorest of the poor, also working for women empowerment through Self help Group (SHG)\Microcredit at rural Narsingdi since 1997.

    Palash Palli Unnayan Sangstha (PPUS), is a community development non-government organization (NGO), registered with Social Welfare and Department of Youth Development in Bangladesh. , is initiated by some dedicated local social workers with a life long commitment to work for the empowerment of greatly disadvantaged sections of society. To discover new paths towards self-reliance and community growth PPUS is working in partnership with its clients. PPUS is continuously striving to establish itself as a center of innovation in rural development by its innovative programs and innovation in development, training & research.

    PPUS believes that releasing people's potentiality from inertia is a vital factor in facilitation of development programs. This can be achieved by ensuring active participation of the poor majority in the development process. PPUS envisages promotion and development of the rural destitute male and female by providing different services, technical assistance and carrying out research for overall development of the people.

    With these few lines we like to request you to consider our NGO as an effective partner and provide us an opportunity of establish social justices, human rights, environmental conservation communal harmony, equality and peace in the society through education of illiteracy, ill-health, reduction of unemployment by ensuring a congenial and oppression free society through peaceful and non-violent means.

    For more information of Palash Palli Unnayan Sangstha, please visit us ppus.cfsites.org

    We hope you will join hands and extend your support as a development partner by funding our programs.


    Thanking you.


    Sincerely yours,

    Mohammad Khorshed Alam
    Chief Operating Officer
    Palash Palli Unnayan Sangstha (PPUS)
    Uttar Chandon, Gayeshpur, Palash, Narsingdi
    Bangladesh
    Phone- +8801763681626, +8801817673331
    Email- ppus.ngo@gmail.com

  • Commented
    15 Nov 2012 04:38 GMT

    International Development Institute
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Peter says: Very Glad to know about you.

    from
    prak.pant@yahoo.co.nz

  • Commented
    20 Nov 2012 07:36 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: we would love to have those tentas many as posible
    Email
    rcminternational@gmail.com
    Address
    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    P.0 Box 1237
    Jinja, Uganda
    Telephone
    +256 772828280 / +256 776218880

  • Commented
    29 Nov 2012 08:24 GMT

    Christian Organization for the Child and Sustainable Development- International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Martin Kalichi(Pastor) says: We are Christian Organization for the Child and Sustainable Development-International, abbreviated as (COCSD-Intel) a non-governmental organization responsible for the affairs of the orphans, poor children, women, widows, disabled who include(the blind, the lame and the crippled)as well as the old age who are abandoned or have no relatives,the internally displaced, PLW HIV/AIDS.We have the organization Head office in Mwinilunga District, North-Western Zambia and have another office in Saurimo, Lunda-Sul province of Angola. We address issues related to discrimination and stigma,Hunger, disease, malnutrition, illitracy, general poverty,human rights violations, domestic violence,child abuse, through: sustainable Agriculture,income generation projects in apiculture, poultry among the poor, Education,sports,culture, child protection, Health,nutrition, water and sanitation, social solidarity by Humanitarian assistance of food and non food items,and good governance. The tasks and challenges we meet in carrying out this work are enormous. They need partnerships with other donors who can donate either funds or in kind goods.So far, we have many old age people without any lodging, food, clothing and medical care. If as a donor you will consider us by donating this rehabilitational item, it will be a great blessing to you and to those who will benefit from what you will give them. Your name will not be forgotten. For proof. we invite whoever is interested to see the reality on the ground.

    Our Contacts are as follows:
    1.Pastor Martin Kalichi,President/CEO Mobile Zambia:+260975168 070;Angola:+244930973931;
    2.Reverend Wilson Mbimbi,Executive/Country Director, Mobile Zambia:+260979663079,+260969842192;
    3.Jemmimah Kapita: +260963777390;
    4.Mrs.Thelma Mdewa,Angola +244929850429
    E-mail:ngo.cocsd@gmail.com

  • Commented
    09 Jan 2013 11:50 GMT

    Advocacy for Health, Education, Agriculture and Development, Inc.(AHEAD)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Ben K. Wilson says: While my organization,a local non-profit organization based in Monrovia, Liberia is currently in the process of obtaining a duty-free permit from the Government of Liberia (GOL) to enable us get shipments of donated intems for vulnerable populations in Liberia hassle free, we are wishing to provide these goods to populations within our areas of operation where there are desperate needs in hostile areas between Liberia and Cote D'Voire where hosts of displaced persons have greater need for these supplies.

    We hope to get a favorable response from you soon.

    Thanks in advance,

    Ben Wilson

    I can be reached by:

    Email: ahead.services@yahoo.com

    Phone: +231-8868-49137 / 7763-47394 daily

  • Contact details exchanged
    12 Feb 2013 03:03 GMT

    Relief Welfare Association for Social Awareness (R.W.A.S.A) Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    G.PRASADA RAO says: Prasad Says: We would like to partner with you , because many people shelter less ,homeless HIV/ AID Children needs food and medicines.
    we need finnancial support, if you are willing support ,our children are blessed.

    pray
    prasad rao

  • Commented
    14 Feb 2013 11:09 GMT

    Yayasan Talkis (Talkis Foundation)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Iwan Hari Rusawan says: We are greatly interested in partnership. As our field activities in disaster response, field clinic, volunteer trainings and field cooperation with other organizations.
    foundation.paramedis.org
    iwan@paramedis.org

  • Commented
    15 Feb 2013 11:23 GMT

    Relief Welfare Association for Social Awareness (R.W.A.S.A) Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    G.PRASADA RAO says: Prasada Rao :We are greatly interested in partnership with you. Relief charity is spread the "WORD OF GOD " and conducting MEDICAL camps remote villages . share the love with Orphanage, Hiv/ Aid children and Lepersy families , in S.INDIA. I believe that we meet the needs of below poverty and all communities.
    pray
    Prasad Rao

  • Commented
    03 Apr 2013 10:43 GMT

    Noble Aims Welfare Association (NAWA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Noble Aims Welfare Association says: hello dear
    Noble Aims Welfare Association (NAWA) is a non government, non political, not for profit organization established in 2005. And registered with the Government of Pakistan in March 2008, having Registration No. DOSWWD&BM/RWP/2008/096. National Tax No. 3106045-5.
    we are working in flood affected areas of sindh. and we apply for your partnership.
    www.nawa.org.pk
    nobleaimswelfareassociation.blogspot.com
    facebook.com/NobleAimsWelfareAssociation
    regards

  • Commented
    12 Apr 2013 01:53 GMT

    Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Maboshe Patrick says: Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC) is a orphans and vulnerable children not-for-profit humanitarian aid NGO founded in 2006, Mongu, Western, Zambia and registered under the laws of Zambia, The organization provides a range of protection, support and care for orphans and vulnerable children MMC works where others do not – in rural and remote areas of Western, Zambia – and where access to services is the poorest and is dedicated to and implementing self and donor funded projects of supporting community responses. These initiatives are aimed at improving the psychosocial wellbeing, educational, nutritional status and health of the children especially orphans and vulnerable ones in the community with aims to partnership and collaboration at local, national, regional and international levels for safeguard sexual and reproductive health adolescents, access to family planning information, safe motherhood, gender sensitive services, comprehensive HIV/AIDS response, integration of sexual and gender based violence into HIV/AIDS, IEC on HIV/AIDS information, psychosocial support, quality ART services, health care providers on ART service provision, HIV palliative care services and TB treatment, mainstreaming disabilities and social economic justice on poverty, suffering and social injustice, establish operational and effective HIV & AIDS workplace programs that address the needs of institutions, and increase access to prevention, care & treatment for staff and their families, prevention to care, support, and mitigation, building on organization in capacity building, community mobilization, child rights, and child participation to reach the epidemic’s most affected populations: orphans and vulnerable children, youth at risk, pregnant women and HIV/AIDS information centers, peer education activities, school and community-based prevention outreach for young people, voluntary counseling and testing service strengthening and community home-based care for children living with HIV/AIDS, support to food and nutrition aid and livelihood support to transform the lives of vulnerable children, protect children against HIV through extensive PMTCT services, age-specific HIV information, and access to child friendly reproductive health and HIV counseling and testing services, empowering communities through capacity building, advocacy on human rights, protection, gender considerations and anti-retroviral treatment (ART) for children.

    We are seeking for any help to assist our orphans and vulnerable children with clothing, bedding, books, computers, camp tents etc.

    The Office of the Country Director,Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC),Mulambwa UCZ Church Mongu-Lusaka Road, House # 411, Plot # 3001, Lewanika General Hospital Area, Mongu Postal Box 910371 MONGU. ZAMBIA, Western Province Southern Africa. Email: mmcmonguheadoffice@ymail.com Cell # + 260 973 017 321, +260 963 584 146 & +260 950 914 082 Website: www.maboshememorial.org

  • Commented
    29 Jul 2013 07:44 GMT

    Women Support and Health Care (WOSHEC)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Robert Andama says: WOSHEC is very much interested in your offer of camping equipments. Is it possible to acquire a tent big enough to accomodate 100 people for meeting...? And could you be having garden chairs and table as well...?

    Robert Andama
    WOSHEC

  • Commented
    06 Aug 2013 06:35 GMT

    Naluvule Medical Centre
    (For-profit organisation)

    Nabukeera Juliet says: Juliet Nabukeera from Naluvule Medical Centre, Wakiso district in Uganda. Our health Facility has a number of partner organisations like Kiyita Family Alliance for Development (KIFAD, Nurture Africa among others.
    We organise several outreaches for activities like free Safe Male Medical Circumcision, free HIV Counseling and Testing among others, but the weather being unpredictable, most of the times, we have gotten some challenges.
    We believe such a donation will be very vital to ease our work that we extend to the community.

  • Commented
    06 Aug 2013 01:47 GMT

    Relief Welfare Association for Social Awareness (R.W.A.S.A) Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    G.PRASADA RAO says: Relief charity interested in equipment for our rural projects and Health camps.please call me at your earliest convenience.

  • Commented
    20 Aug 2013 03:10 GMT

    Naik Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    pratap sinha says: Hi, we are interested to seek the tents. For immediate needs - we are looking for accommodating 200 people, in 2 person tents, ideally with matters n net, also need to supplies to toilets.
    Please feel free to contact, we could establish a regular system in collaboration with disaster relief agencies in India. Thanks

  • Commented
    29 Aug 2013 06:56 GMT

    Appomense Hope for Africa Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Emmanuel Appoh Mensah says: Dear Sir/Madam.

    We will be very happy to receive your offer because our organization have doing a national program that the organization workers and volunteers goes to the rural areas, But because they go there as visitors accommodation always becomes a problem so with the tent will serve as a great use to our organization,

    Best Regards
    Emmanuel Appoh Mensah
    Appomense Hope For Africa Foundation
    P.O. Box WJ 455 Weija - Accra,Ghana
    info@appomensehopeforafrica.org
    Office Line +233 (302) 854096
    Mobile Line +233 (24) 4933 165
    www.appomensehopeforafrica.org

  • Commented
    31 Oct 2013 02:47 GMT

    Nyanza Kenya Ostomy Association
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Nyanza Kenya Ostomy Association says: Nyanza Kenya Ostomy Association is an association that support ostomates in Kenya. For long, this patients need total rehabilitation, like taking them for camps for ostomy rehabilitation, care and education. Therefore, we are kindly requesting your support to this ostomates with such items. Also equipments will be of great impact to this care in Kenya. Kindly consider your support to;
    Nyanza Kenya Ostomy Association
    P.o box 4445-40100
    Kondele-Kisumu
    Kenya
    stomacarekisumu@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    01 Nov 2013 07:25 GMT

    Relief Welfare Association for Social Awareness (R.W.A.S.A) Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    G.PRASADA RAO says: We would like receive TENTS, we need your kind response .
    prasad

  • Commented
    01 Nov 2013 08:54 GMT

    Nyanza Kenya Ostomy Association
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Nyanza Kenya Ostomy Association says: With your offer, this will also help the association to run her free ostomy supply to ostomates in Kenya and Tanzania who are unable to buy stoma bags. We will also hire tents to many volunteers who are coming to climb mount Kilimanjaro for cancer and ostomy awareness and funds we will get will help the association to increase ostomy appliances supply, trainings and rehabilitation.

    stomacarekisumu@yahoo.com
    Lameck
    Stoma care coordinator

  • Commented
    26 Nov 2013 08:12 GMT

    Commonwealth Peoples Association of Uganda (CPAUG) Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Commonwealth Peoples Association of Uganda says: Hello1

    Is the discussions as per the above still on. CPAUG is still interested for our partners and beneficiaries in hard it disaster areas like Northern Uganda and Kasese District

    Thank you

    KiapIKFreddie

  • Commented
    27 Nov 2013 08:36 GMT

    Covenant Promises Outreach
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Covenant Promises says:
    We will be very happy to receive your offer since our organization provides spiritual guidance and counseling through holiday camps and seminars and life skills this will be very helpful if we partner with you.

  • Commented
    09 Dec 2013 04:01 GMT

    SAFE Environmental Protection Service (SAFE)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bashana Wondimu Daksa says: SAFE Environmental Protection Service (SAFE) entered Public-Private Partnership Agreement with Yabello Town Municipality for the Development of Ecological Buildings (DEB) that always serve as landmarks in the communities in order to accelerate human development, improve local economies and increase the quality of life of pastoralists. Community-based multiservice library is one of the inspirations green buildings serve as need responsive centre in the community. Community-based multiservice library (used as public information centre) reduces the level of inequality in young and adult pastoralists’ access to information, develops their potential to succeed in business, enrich their cultural experience and take control of their daily lives, supports the development of literacy skills, and supplements the formal education provision in Borana.
    The building is of considerable importance to house the collections of books, printed materials, and information & communication technologies. The building is the most critical to safeguard the collections that facilitate acquiring, recording, processing, analyzing, storing and provision of oral information to the people who need it most, supportive development of literacy skills and supplementary of the formal education provision in pastoral communities.
    Using post-consumer recycled plastic bottles filled with sand or adobe is an opportunity for significantly reducing enormous capital investment in building and adverse environmental impact of plastic menace. The approaches for management and utilization of waste take the community to discover the wide possibility of use of them. The methodology is to train in practice (learning by doing), leaving through this training process where the community is the main actor.
    Therefore, we are happy if you start communication with us regarding the tents.

  • Commented
    09 Dec 2013 04:09 GMT

    SAFE Environmental Protection Service (SAFE)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bashana Wondimu Daksa says: SAFE Environmental Protection Service (SAFE) entered Public-Private Partnership Agreement with Yabello Town Municipality for the Development of Ecological Buildings (DEB) that always serve as landmarks in the communities in order to accelerate human development, improve local economies and increase the quality of life of pastoralists. Community-based multiservice library is one of the inspirations green buildings serve as need responsive centre in the community. Community-based multiservice library (used as public information centre) reduces the level of inequality in young and adult pastoralists’ access to information, develops their potential to succeed in business, enrich their cultural experience and take control of their daily lives, supports the development of literacy skills, and supplements the formal education provision in Borana.
    The building is of considerable importance to house the collections of books, printed materials, and information & communication technologies. The building is the most critical to safeguard the collections that facilitate acquiring, recording, processing, analyzing, storing and provision of oral information to the people who need it most, supportive development of literacy skills and supplementary of the formal education provision in pastoral communities.
    Using post-consumer recycled plastic bottles filled with sand or adobe is an opportunity for significantly reducing enormous capital investment in building and adverse environmental impact of plastic menace. The approaches for management and utilization of waste take the community to discover the wide possibility of use of them. The methodology is to train in practice (learning by doing), leaving through this training process where the community is the main actor.
    Therefore, we are happy if you start communication with us regarding the tents.

  • Commented
    30 Dec 2013 10:02 GMT

    Mukinge Youth Development Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mukinge Youth Development Foundation says: Mukinge Youth Development Foundation is a non profit making community based and registered;we are embracing the offer and hoping to be kindly be considered as its one of our challenge to conduct trainings under trees in our community trainings for community local leaders and church leaders, youths, mobile activities and more useful for out vocational training centre.
    with respect;
    thanks for your good cooperation; waiting to hear from your office.
    director.use our organization contacts on globalhand for communication purposes. or youth.mukinge@gmail.com, +260969530761.

  • Commented
    04 Mar 2014 05:04 GMT

    ORGANIZATION FOR VOLUNTARY ACTION AGAINST SUFFERING
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ORGANIZATION FOR VOLUNTARY ACTION AGAINST SUFFERING says: Organization for voluntary action against suffering is open for discussion. ovaas@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    04 Mar 2014 05:29 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: ever since i responded to this offer i dont get the respond from the doner what should we do?

  • Commented
    06 Mar 2014 02:04 GMT

    SAFE Environmental Protection Service (SAFE)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bashana Wondimu Daksa says:
    We develop green buildings that significantly minimize enormous capital investment in buildings to increase the quality of life of pastoralists. However, Borana pastoralists migrate to areas where they can find water and rangeland during long dry periods; It is hard time when school dropout increases due to migration. Therefore, your provisions of camping supplies (Tents, Sleeping Bags, Mats, Tarps, and IT facilities and accessories) streamline the development of literacy skills during their mobility both in housing the collections of books, printed materials, and information & communication technologies, and sheltering the pastoralists.

    Regards, Bashana W.
    SAFE

  • Commented
    23 Mar 2014 05:41 GMT

    Adonai Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Meerim Kashkaeva says: Hello! I am director of the Public Fund "Adonai", Kyrgyzstan. My name Meerim Kashkaeva.
    We conduct camps for children from disadvantaged and low-income families.
    We are very much looking for opportunities to find tents, Sleeping Bags, Mats and Tarps for our camps. But you have written that you are looking for partners for the delivery of tents more than a thousand pieces a year.Is it possible to supply only a few hundred small tents and everything else? If you could send us a number of tents,it would be a huge help for your organization, for the development of Christianity in our country, as in our camps we tell children about the present, loving, living God. Please email me:turatbekovna3@gmail.com

  • Commented
    20 Apr 2014 09:26 GMT

    Kunayan Global International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    MARTIN KUNAYAN SYNCRO says: We need your assistance to help the Orphans and the less privilege. We need financial support

  • Commented
    13 May 2014 10:37 GMT

    Bunyoro Orphan and Albino Helpers Organization (BOAHO)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bunyoro Orphan and Albino Helpers Organization says: Hello, i thank you for the good heart. Bunyoro Orphan and Albino Helpers Organization is found in Uganda and based in Hoima Municipality. we give clothes to orphans and albinos, we give sun screen jellies to albinos, we give school fees to orphans and albinos. We have projects that act as income generating activities like Bee keeping, tent hiring among others.
    We therefore request that please kindly give the offer to us we shall make better use of it to enhance our income for the good of the orphans and albinos.
    bbunyoroorphanhelpersorganizat@yahoo.com
    +256 773631649 / +256 700262406
    face book ( Search for Bunyoro Orphan)

  • Commented
    09 Jun 2014 10:07 GMT

    Manzi Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Aloys Manzi says: Manzi Foundation is a UK-registered charity working with communities in East African Community specifically in Rwanda, Burundi, RDC, Tanzania and Uganda, providing them with the basic services they need to help them fight poverty.
    We would be delighted to accept your offer which can help our needy communities in DRC, and South of Sudan.

    Yours sincerely,

    Aloys Manzi
    Manzi Foundation
    info@manzifoundation.org
    www.manzifoundation.org

  • Commented
    17 Jun 2014 08:24 GMT

    Kazi Youths East African Organisatioon (KYEA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Abel Isreal Kisubi says: we are intersted in the offer and so please you can contact us on +256701498372 / +256714884865 or you can also email us on kaziyouths.eastfrica@mgail.com

  • Commented
    10 Jul 2014 10:43 GMT


    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    says: Hi, I am currently working in Nakuru on a programme called Balloon Kenya that helps set up and grow new businesses. I am working with a young entrepreneur who wants to start up her own business selling and renting out sleeping bags and other camping equipment. Please get in touch for further information - jenniferleigh410@yahoo.co.uk

  • Commented
    16 Jul 2014 09:27 GMT

    Union Syndicale des Agriculteurs (USA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Tchimbouli Mamadou says: We are ready seeking your cooperation and partnership for long term distribution of your goods and other items to the orphanages homes and people in need in West-Africa countries, starting by Togo, Ghana etc. Send us your partnership conditions and how best we can work together.

  • Commented
    16 Jul 2014 09:29 GMT

    Union Syndicale des Agriculteurs (USA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Tchimbouli Mamadou says: We are ready seeking your cooperation and partnership for long term distribution of your goods and other items to the orphanages homes and people in need in West-Africa countries, starting by Togo, Ghana etc. Send us your partnership conditions and how best we can work together.

  • Commented
    16 Jul 2014 09:34 GMT

    Union Syndicale des Agriculteurs (USA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Tchimbouli Mamadou says: We are requesting your cooperation and partnership for long term relationship for the distribution of your goods and other items to the NGO and people in need in West-Africa countries, starting by Togo, Ghana etc. Send us your partnership conditions and how best we can work together.
    USA Team

  • Commented
    28 Jul 2014 03:02 GMT

    Agro EnviroTech outreach initiatives limited
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    michel peter kyejussa nakedde says: Dear Sir,
    where shall we begin on the benefits to our people as result of partnership with your organistaion.
    our staff will be able to reach the people better if they have assurance of shelter .our people in the field can do a great deal in offering Hope to people if they can assure them of a Health center,a an H.I.v testing center ,a center for emergency advise on P.h.C only if we can have a camp pictched even if for a couple of months.presently we are praying for an opportunity like yours to make this a reality.

    Thank You

  • Commented
    12 Aug 2014 09:11 GMT

    Foundation for Health and Social Economic Development Africa
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Eunice Achieng says: We at Hesed Africa., Kenya conduct mobile health clinics and would like to be in touch with you for partnership. Our Health facility will benefit from the tents by setting up temporary departments.

    We work with nomadic communities who will benefit from the project.

    The youth project plans to initiate small enterprises. Hiring out of tents for income to earn a livelihood is envisaged.

    our contacts: programs@hesedafricafoundation.org for more information.

    Thank you
    Eunice

  • Commented
    14 Aug 2014 09:57 GMT

    All Win Community Organisation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bethuel Mwangi Orango says: we r a community based organization in kenya working with the poor communities in the two regions .our programs r on education ,food security and health education targeting the wider community.
    we would like to get the tents donation to support our community programs in kenya.our contact is mr person is bethuel orango contacts is +2540703121161 [email is [allwincommunityorganization@yahoo.com.thanks for the good work that you r doing for the community.

  • Commented
    17 Aug 2014 10:12 GMT

    Yuka Mission Hospital
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Gillian Namele says: We are a mission hospital run by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and would like the donation of tents to help with the Church's campmeeting programs for our members in the Western Province.

    Church members from the this field would benefit from the camping equipment as they spend a week of revival in the bush to worship God. Please contact us at cnamele@gmail.com

  • Commented
    17 Aug 2014 11:56 GMT

    Mukinge Youth Development Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mukinge Youth Development Foundation says: Mukinge Youth Development Foundation is a non profit making community based and registered;we are embracing the offer and hoping to be kindly be considered as its one of our challenge to conduct training under trees in our community training for community local leaders and church leaders, youths, mobile activities and more useful for out vocational training centre.
    with respect;
    thanks for your good cooperation; waiting to hear from your office.
    director.use our organization contacts on youth.mukinge@gmail.com, +260969530761.

  • Commented
    27 Aug 2014 07:10 GMT

    Living Gospel Evangelistic Church Ministries
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Maxwell Godwill Ngulande says: Pentecostal Gospel Missions Ministries
    We'd be grateful to accept your offer as these tents would go a long way in enhancing our efforts as conducting meetings, crusades, open airs, church services and children's church.
    Contacts: E-mail: mgjngulande@gmail.com
    Mobile: +265(0)999 912 452/884 271 687

  • Commented
    05 Sep 2014 12:12 GMT

    La-No-Che Orphans and Youth Camp
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    LaNoChe says: LaNoChe says: LaNoChe says: Kindly we would like to receive this offer we will pay the cost up to Tanzania, working with orphans, Elders people in our community working with International Scouts and Guides Fellowship www.isgf.org this is an Adults Scouts, working with LaNoChe Orphans and youth Camp in TANZANIA. Please email us to have this isgftz@yahoo.com / lanochecamp@yahoo.com Thanks! Johnson MaCrobert - Director

  • Commented
    25 Oct 2014 08:40 GMT

    One World Welfare Organization
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Sonia Sunila Gill says: How are you?
    I am Sonia Sunila Gill From Pakistan. We are running Organization name " One World Welfare Organization". It is registered Organization and works among street children, poor and disable children for promoting education, Health and different Artistic Skills like dance, sports , arts and music. We work for youth and women Empowerment in which we teach them skills and make them able to earn money for their livelihood. We work in remote areas of Pakistan .We really need your support in Pakistan for flood victims.
    we really need your help and support. Kindly do favor to us.
    Thanks!
    Further Details:
    www.oneworldwelfareorganization.weebly.com
    Email:
    sonia.street@rocketmail.com
    Contact Person:
    Sonia Sunila Gill ( Finance Secretary OWWO)
    0092 322 8942497

  • Commented
    04 Jan 2015 03:53 GMT

    Abundant Grace Female Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Abundant Grace Female Foundation says: Partnering with you would be highly beneficial to people here. +233243924686. gracemmey@gmail.com

  • Commented
    07 Feb 2015 11:54 GMT

    Sustainable Development for Vulnerable Peoples in Bangladesh
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    miahferoz says: Sub: Prayer for Partnership/Grants.
    Dear Sir/Madam
    It is a great pleasure for us to introduce our non-governmental / non-profit organization. Its name is Sustainable Development for Vulnerable Peoples in Bangladesh (SDVPB). Established in 1999, at West Sharulia, Demra, Dhaka –1361. It is a government registered charity organization. Government Registration No is 2858, dated, Dhaka – 18/05/2014. Main objective of our organization is to provide free training on computer and International English Language Course to the disadvantaged children, girls, women & unemployed youth in Bangladesh to make them qualified for jobs in different sectors, especially in outsourcing job. In limited scale we can claim success, even though we have critical limitations to run these basic programs smoothly.
    You know Bangladesh is a country of over population and poor is its main character. Most of the people in Bangladesh are living under poverty level. Result is most of the peoples are illiterate; those who have general education, majority of them have no technical knowledge for having a good job. Because they are very much weak in English language and IT Knowledge which are vital at the present Bangladesh to have a standard job.
    We believe that by providing technical skills training to undeserved individuals, we can partner to create social and economic opportunities that can change peoples’ lives and transform communities, Ultimately, Sustainable Development for Vulnerable Peoples in Bangladesh is helping bridge the global technology gap by providing the training and tools people need to realize their potentials. For achieving the goals we are trying our best by our own resources to teach the IT (computer) and English language at free of cost to the disadvantaged girls, women of the local areas. Therefore contribution is coming out for the society would be in limited scale. But our main objective is to provide free training program on IT and English language to the undeserved girls, women at the rural/urban areas of Bangladesh.Our commitment to empower 300 million young people with opportunities for education,employment, and entrepreneurship.
    But we are handicraft with our limited resources. By the assistance of your we can fulfil our dream. We need your all kinds of assistance very seriously. As we know that you’re helping the needed people around the world. We are very much hopeful to get assistance from you.
    We will remain grateful forever to you for your cooperation. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
    Miah FEROZ
    President
    miahferoz@live.com

  • Commented
    07 Feb 2015 11:57 GMT

    Sustainable Development for Vulnerable Peoples in Bangladesh
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    miahferoz says: Sub: Prayer for Partnership/Grants.
    Dear Sir/Madam
    It is a great pleasure for us to introduce our non-governmental / non-profit organization. Its name is Sustainable Development for Vulnerable Peoples in Bangladesh (SDVPB). Established in 1999, at West Sharulia, Demra, Dhaka –1361. It is a government registered charity organization. Government Registration No is 2858, dated, Dhaka – 18/05/2014. Main objective of our organization is to provide free training on computer and International English Language Course to the disadvantaged children, girls, women & unemployed youth in Bangladesh to make them qualified for jobs in different sectors, especially in outsourcing job. In limited scale we can claim success, even though we have critical limitations to run these basic programs smoothly.
    You know Bangladesh is a country of over population and poor is its main character. Most of the people in Bangladesh are living under poverty level. Result is most of the peoples are illiterate; those who have general education, majority of them have no technical knowledge for having a good job. Because they are very much weak in English language and IT Knowledge which are vital at the present Bangladesh to have a standard job.
    We believe that by providing technical skills training to undeserved individuals, we can partner to create social and economic opportunities that can change peoples’ lives and transform communities, Ultimately, Sustainable Development for Vulnerable Peoples in Bangladesh is helping bridge the global technology gap by providing the training and tools people need to realize their potentials. For achieving the goals we are trying our best by our own resources to teach the IT (computer) and English language at free of cost to the disadvantaged girls, women of the local areas. Therefore contribution is coming out for the society would be in limited scale. But our main objective is to provide free training program on IT and English language to the undeserved girls, women at the rural/urban areas of Bangladesh.Our commitment to empower 300 million young people with opportunities for education,employment, and entrepreneurship.
    But we are handicraft with our limited resources. By the assistance of your we can fulfil our dream. We need your all kinds of assistance very seriously. As we know that you’re helping the needed people around the world. We are very much hopeful to get assistance from you.
    We will remain grateful forever to you for your cooperation. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
    Miah FEROZ
    President
    miahferoz@live.com

  • Commented
    08 Jan 2016 03:36 GMT

    Camp Counselors Africa
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Jared Nchogu says: I kindly request to know more about a partnership between our organization, Camp Counselors Africa and your institution which is non-profit,Camp Counselors Africa runs training's for the youth and Women In Kenya through creating awareness more especially in HIV/AIDS and Human Rights.I trust that you will consider us for the better future of our youths and Women through partnering.
    Thank you in advance for your consideration.Kindly contact me to share more.
    Email:campca99@gmail.com,Address:P.o.Box 60177-00200,Nairobi-Kenya.Mobile: 254791503201,23230524
    Jared Nchogu
    Executive Director

  • Commented
    13 Jan 2016 06:27 GMT

    Innovative Youth with Action Uganda
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Innovative Youth with Action Uganda says: we would like to supply to our vulnerable communities and women groups contact us

  • Commented
    31 Jan 2016 07:41 GMT

    Rsearch On Community Challenges And Development (ROCCAD)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Alhassan Iddrisu says: Research On Community Challenges And Development(ROCCAD)-Ghana. please we need your partnership most!
    Thank you.

  • Commented
    26 Feb 2016 07:53 GMT

    Husambae Community Based Organization
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Michael Joseph Bole says: We are very interested for any Donor/volunteers to offer us Husambae Community Based Organization ,www.husambae.org which deals with HIV/AIDS,Orphans and vulnerable children and widows in Kenya with Donation of fund,medical equipment,school equipment's,computers,used car,and any kind of support to us.Our needy orphans,widows,HIV/AIDS really need your support and partnership.
    We hope to read from you very soon,
    Regards,
    Michael Joseph Bole
    Director
    Husambae Community Based Organization-Kenya
    www.husambae.org
    Email; mchlbole2@gmail.com
    Tel+254720606352
    Kisumu-Kenya

  • Commented
    28 Feb 2016 10:53 GMT

    Orheiul Vechi (Association for People with Disabilities)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Sergiu Trebis says: Asociaţia de binefacere a invalizilor din R Moldova ,,ORHEIUL VECHI "
    NGO Association of advantages for invalids of R Moldova ,,Orheiul Vechi”

    Adress: MD-3505, ORHEI, str. C. Negruzzi - 53
    Republica Moldova

    Tel / Fax.: +373 235 24 883
    Mob: +373 696 36 376
    E-mail: orheiulvechi@yandex.ru, orheiulvechi1949@yahoo.com
    Skype: trebis35
    Facebook: Сергей Требиш, Sergiu Trebis
    Please see - orheiulvechi.zg5.ru/

    Dear Ladies and Gentlemen!

    We are non-government juridical self-financial non-profit apolitical and social organization! That’s why we ask for the help abroad countries and to sponsors and partners from abroad, who really are able to help disabled people with financial and humanitarian aid to invalids grade 1,2,3, to children, people in age and people in need. It can be offered in clothes, shoes, glasses, medical equipment, furniture and other things.
    The NGO ’’Orheiul Vechi’’ and all disabled people and children ask you sincerely to give us the answer if it is possible to offer us help.
    Our organization will give you photos, contracts, appellations, CDs and all documents you need to insure you that our work is real. Please, give us all necessary answers for the questions because we have to insure people with a hope of a small care. We will be recognized to you for your collaboration with our organization, having a hope to continue our relation and for our future contacts.
    Our organization, leads our work on the territory of the Kurki monastery, district Orhei. The distribution of humanitarian aid has a charity aim .Long ago it became as a way of normal life for disabled people in all countries.
    WE WILL BE RECOGNIZED TO YOU FOR OFFERED HELP!
    The Chief of NGO ’’Orheiul Vechi’’ the President of Association for disabled people Orhei
    Sergiu Trebis

    The Association “Orheiul Vechi” is seated in Orhei, Moldova. It was founded on the 04.05 2001 and registered by the Ministry of Justice on the 05.06 2001. The organization and registration of our association depict the work and the initiative of a group of people who strive to provide help to those most in need.
    By exploring the social community map we identify the poorest population structures in order to distribute humanitarian aid and to provide help to those, whose social and health status is being endangered. We organize diverse humanitarian activities to help solve many issues in different fields of human activities, in order to lessen poverty consequences. By organizing social and humanitarian activities we try to improve the quality of life, especially of the highly endangered groups regardless of their education, nation, religion or their political beliefs.
    We also nourish the national cultures' traditional local heritage , initiate and lead educational activities with children and youth, organize and animate marginalized social groups, realize humanitarian and charity actions, help victims of domestic violence and other endangered groups.We improve social and economical status to the socially needy, provide immediate help to those in trouble with the means of food, clothes, shoes, hygiene packages and all that thanks to different donations and due to project realizations.
    By various projects we develop a system of values with children and youth and we also make efforts to improve the conditions in which our children grow up, as well as improving their rights and freedoms. We try to upgrade cooperation between different nationalities always respecting differences and promoting tolerance. We advocate laws and programs that will enable satisfying basic human needs as well as health and any other support to all. We orientate ourselves toward helping children with special needs and their families, as well AA toward prevention and uplifting abilities with children with developmental difficulties.
    We would also like to mention our established partnerships between civil organizations, public and private sector in order to strengthen our local community.

    The aims of our Organizations are- the accordance of financial help and gratis services to disabled people, invalids, alone people, orphans or children from attendance schools, to large families, kindergartens and to others people in need.
    To achieve all these aims the Association provides the implements of the next activities:
    -the contribution and formation the base according the number of children and accordance the humanitarian aid, the financial help and medical and treating the diseases.
    -the contribution on opening the centre’s with the best doctors working there to investigate all necessary diseases and their treating
    - the accordance of humanitarian aid, financial and medical to orphanages and attendance schools
    -the accordance of humanitarian aid to different organizations and institutions and to particular persons from the category of that who are in need
    -sponsorization the studies of education of adults in Moldova and abroad
    -the charity activity
    -collecting and distribution of humanitarian aid
    -the organizing seminars and round tables, conferentions and other events towards the Organization
    -the sponsoring the projects of integration of social-vulnerable persons
    -the participation in international programmers, the relationship among other countries and organizations abroad
    - giving the aid to persons in need, offering them clothes and medicaments
    -creating the funds for realizing the projects
    -organizing according the law economical activities with the aims of Organization
    -collecting, according the rules, financial donations, as an act of charity from juridical and other person from Moldova and abroad.


    APPEAL
    Charity Association of Disabled P Moldova
    ,, Orheiul Vechi ",,, Society of Invalids Orhei - 6000
    disabled people in the city and district, orphans, people older
    generation, all people of different faiths in need of
    aid, sincerely appeal to you, Lord end Lady, to
    offer us humanitarian aid, which will help us
    and that will inspire the hope in people, especially, the integration
    people in the society.
    We are very grateful for any help you provide us
    will render: clothes, shoes, any furniture, strollers for
    disabled, invalid sticks, linen, glasses,
    food products to the extent possible, etc. At the
    moment, we have registered 2500 - Persons with Disabilities all round the city and 4500 -
    disabled people in the villages are related to the Company Disabilities,
    The Association provides assistance with the help of sponsors from
    across the border of Moldova which consists of:
    disabled, the Church of different faiths, men and
    convents, older people, children's homes,
    different hospitals treat people, wellness centers,
    kindergartens, high schools, gymnasiums and the flow is endless. Our
    warehouses are located in the territory of the Monastery Kurki.
    Humanitarian aid is distributed according to
    drawn up the plan of distribution, which is coordinated by
    Ministry of Lab our, Social Affairs and Family of R. Moldova
    Mr. Mircea Buga, Minister, which
    Authorization for release by the reception from abroad,
    All customs procedures in the future we shall
    organization by the Territorial Commission Orhei with
    Commissions of different regions of Moldova which are applied to the
    writing to us or the government or a lot
    requests from the Parliament. After the distribution of humanitarian aid
    we provide assistance, reports the Acts
    charity, signed and sealed by all
    who have received assistance to the Ministry, local
    territorial administration, the government. The resulting
    assistance will be taken on record and will be distributed strictly
    specified schedule of distribution.
    We thank you in advance for your understanding and
    kindness with which you react to us. We will be very
    grateful for the continued and fruitful
    cooperation and paying attention to us.
    We wish you the highest success and fruitful work,
    health and happiness in his personal life, that God was always with
    you and you pointed out, light the way. God blesses you!
    Approached us with you for the humanitarian aid
    following, various disability organizations where there are families with children with disabilities, hospitals, and people with disabilities
    are not moving, lying retirees, veteran’s
    disabilities, and other poor people.

    1. We passed studies about the Human rights and later had got the status of Nongovernment charity Association. In 1998 here took place the reorganization of Association and we have got the Certificate from the Ministry of Justice, which confirms the status of Nongovernment Organization of invalids and disabled people. In 2009 I was elected to become the president of Association by votes of the majority at the Conference of Invalids. Our Organization is well-known all over the republic of Moldova.
    The Certificate of in registration of NGO ,,Orheiul Vechi” :
    Nr.002078
    Nr. of in registration 1826. The date of in registration 05.06.2001.
    The name of organization: The Association of advantages for invalids of R Moldova “Orheiul Vechi”
    The date of constitution: 04.05.2001.
    The goals of Association: To accord the service to invalids and disfavored people of social vulnerable people.
    Fiscal code: 32199745.
    The address: 53, Negruzzi street, MD-3505,.Orhei City, R. Moldova
    The Justice Minister: Ion Morei.
    The banc account dollar USA: 222400107200277
    The banc account Euro: 222401707100277
    Bancaraccount VICBMD2X836, filial nr.7, Victoria Bank” SA, Orhei City, R. Moldova.
    The bulletin №: RAAA nr.173542
    The bulletin seria: A27003647
    Identity card: 0972608279709
    The President of association ,,Orheiul Vechi” Sergiu Trebiş
    The Office tel/fax: +373 235 24883
    Mobile: +373 696 36376
    E-mail: orheiulvechi1949@yahoo.com, orheiulvechi@yandex.ru
    Web: orheiulvechi.zg5.ru/

    2. The Association offers the aid by the help of sponsors abroad on the whole territory of Moldova, where include all districts of our country with appeals, the invalids of the 1, 2, 3 grades, children-invalids, orphans, churches, monasteries, poor people, internets for disabled people, kindergartens, gymnasiums, lyceums and other Institutions, who had an appeal towards our Organization, written and subscribed in two copies and stamped. Our deposits are placed on the territory of Kurki Monastery and had all necessary conditions for keeping aid in well store. All persons who are in need come there having own transport and get the aid. Those, who haven’t any transport, are served by ourselves. Every Sunday our Organization held charity actions on the territory of Kurki monastery, where all people in need are welcome and very glad to get the aid in kind of clothes, shoes, medicaments, glasses, toys and other useful things. In the local office of our Organization we distribute the aid to disabled people twice a week. Getting the humanitarian aid everybody should have the identity card, also the person should subscribe that he has got the aid and the write the quantity of it. There are over 6000 invalids in districts of Orhei. All the operations are coordinated with the Ministry of Social Protect of the Family, which elaborate the Authorization for getting aid abroad.

    3. We are ready to send you by fax all necessary documents and certificates to enlighten the arrival through the customs. First of all you get our certificates by fax and send back us the letter from your organization, which confirms that you are ready to help, also a ‘’laden-list’’ with all names and categories of aid with the weight or quantity. Having these documents we are going to the Ministry to elaborate the Authorization .After subscribing the necessary certificates we send the Authorization to the national custom of R. Moldova. Your arrival will be easy and without any problems with registration from the place you begin your way till here in Moldova. All the payments our organization will do itself. The organization give you the full guarantee for your insurance on the way to Moldova. Here are the documents which you could have as the duplicates-the appeal for humanitarian aid from our organization, the plan of distribution of the aid to disabled people, the certificate of preventing medicine, the certificate of our organization’s registration, the Authorization and the copy of passport of the president of organization.

    4. There are over 1550 disabled children whose parents or teachers ask our organization for humanitarian aid. Unfortunately our organization has not so many sponsors to lend a hand of help to each child. We regret for such unpleasant thing and make a great work to help everybody of them. That’s why we hope to be heard by your organization, which could help greatly to those, who still live with a strong belief that there are some bodies, who thinks of them!

    Here is the fax of our organization: +373 235 248 83
    God Blessings to You, sincerely the President of NGO ’’Orheiul Vechi’’
    Sergiu Trebis

    Dear, of association, our disabled,, Orheiul Vechi "R Moldova, ready to pay for all shipping services that require us, as a donation. We are ready to take your hand, humanitarian aid, 15-20 tons, if you have the opportunity to help us, the disabled and all the poor people.
    Sergiu Trebis, chairman ABInvalids,, Orheiul Vechi ".

  • Commented
    14 Mar 2016 05:01 GMT

    Manluku Entertainment
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Liberatus Lukurazo says: We are very happy for the offer and interested.
    MANLUKU ENTERTAINMENT is an Edutainment youth lead and registered Community Based Organization (CBO) with the registration number 268098 aiming at providing opportunities that empowers young people to create positive change through Sports, Sexual health and Agriculture in KIGOMA region–TANZANIA We are also working with the community of Burundians and Congorees refugees in Nyarugusu refugee camps found in Kasulu district, Kigoma region - Tanzania to educate the youth on HIV/AIDS prevention through sports.
    We are also welcoming any Donor/volunteers to offer us with Donation of fund, Sports Materials, computers, used car/Motorcycle (Transport), and any kind of support to us. We would really appreciate your support and partnership.
    We hope to read from you very soon,
    Regards,
    Liberatus Pastory
    Director
    Website: envaya.org/manluku
    Email: manlukuinfo@gmail.com
    Tel: +255753120928

  • Commented
    10 May 2016 10:06 GMT

    The Youth and Gender Welfare Association (YOGWA) Cameroon
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    RUTH NFIYINYUY ALI says: The Youth and Gender Welfare Association (YOGWA) Cameroon is very interested for the offer. YOGWA Cameroon is a registered apolitical, nonprofit Organization (NGO) created in 2006. YOGWA is a leading youth and women centered organization aim at developing an enabling environment for the effective growth and development of the less privileged children, youth and women through innovative programs.

    In line with its objectives YOGWA carry out projects in the areas of, children and youth education, gender empowerment, agriculture, community health care, human rights and governance in partnership with other grass root organizations and structures.

    One of YOGWA’s major activity is it Community health care program. In this program; we work in partnership with the Ministry of Public Health, local and international NGOs as well as Community Driven and Faith Based Organizations to provide quality health care services in our impact areas. This is aimed at reducing deaths and suffering due to HIV-AIDS, malaria and other pandemics in Cameroon by increasing efforts to secure a comprehensive and sustained response to the control and prevention of HIV-AIDS and malaria. Build and equip Community health units and support their operations, carry out awareness campaigns and counseling on hygiene and sanitation facilitate asses to quality health care in the rural areas.

    We endear you to consider our appeal for the offer to enable us execute our health projects aimed at improving the conditions of our target groups in Cameroon.
    For more information you can contact us through our email: youthandgenderwelfare@yahoo.com or visit our web site www.youthandgenderwelfare.org. Tel: 237 677 253 808/ 677 050 272
    Accept Sir/Madam, our sincere regards at all times.
    For YOGWA-CAMEROON.
    Mme. RUTH NFIYINYUY ALI
    Executive Director.


  • Commented
    21 May 2016 03:58 GMT

    Unite for Education (U4EDU)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Alfred Lameck Maira says: We are interested in your offer. We need camping tents for our youth camp projects

  • Commented
    23 May 2016 12:37 GMT

    Doyow Agriculture and Veterinary Solutions (DAVES)
    (For-profit organisation)

    Halima Handule says: Hi,

    We are interested in this offer and are looking to donate supplies to victims of the East Africa drought in the northern region of Somalia. Our founders include Americans (from the DMV area!) who are looking to improve conditions in war torn Somalia. Please contact us at haliahm3d@gmail.com or at +1 (202) 316-0645. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

  • Commented
    16 Jul 2016 09:23 GMT

    ABA FOUNDATION
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Dr. Kiyimba Joseph says: We would like to request for those donation.

    ABA Foundation is more involved in helping people in disaster areas and vulnerable communities.

    www.abafoundationafrica.org/
    info@abafoundationafrica.org
    kiyimbajoseph@gmail.com

  • Commented
    18 Aug 2016 02:56 GMT

    AMNEX Christian Community Academy
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    SICHINSAMBWE AMON says: we are in educating kids living with HIV orphans and vulnerable kids.
    your partner with us its of greater achievement.
    contact us on +260977134873
    email us on theamnexacademy@gmail.com..
    Zambia

  • Commented
    11 Oct 2016 01:07 GMT

    Fondation Eddy Mesidor Pour Le Developpement (FEMED)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Eddy Mesidor says: We are in Haiti, we would like receive tentes to help the people,our e-mail is: fondationdeveloppement@yahoo.fr and we would like be partner with you. FEMED is an institution based in Haiti, thank you before, Eddy Mesidor President of FEMED.

  • Commented
    28 Jan 2017 08:01 GMT

    Eastern Province Unskilled Labour Manpower Development Organisation (EPULMDO)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    kayibanda diogene says: Eastern province unskilled labour manpower development organisation(EPULMDO)

    We are in Rwanda we era in need of this offer if it is possible please you are most welcome to help our people
    See bellow the
    e-mail adress;unskilledlabourngo@gmail.com
    Contact;+250786909068

  • Commented
    12 Feb 2017 07:55 GMT

    Redeemed Children for God Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Redeemed Children for God Foundation says: We are interested, we are really in need of tent/canopy for our on going women meeting. Thank you. rcgfoundation@yahoo.com. +2347054641564.

  • Commented
    13 Feb 2017 04:54 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: we would like to partn with you

  • Commented
    13 Feb 2017 04:54 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: we would like to partn with you

  • Commented
    13 Feb 2017 02:01 GMT

    Fondation Eddy Mesidor Pour Le Developpement (FEMED)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Eddy Mesidor says: Good Morning Michael and Esther, I am available to partner with you, please write me on: fondationdeveloppement@yahoo.fr or femedf@yahoo.fr, thank you so much and we are looking forward to hear from you.
    Eddy Mesidor, president of FEMED

  • Commented
    15 Feb 2017 05:36 GMT

    Eastern Province Unskilled Labour Manpower Development Organisation (EPULMDO)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    kayibanda diogene says: I am interested in partnership and want to exchange contact

  • Commented
    26 Apr 2017 12:01 GMT

    Agency of the Projects of Backing of the Initiatives to the basis for a Lasting Development (APRIDD-NGO)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    TAWAGA Sanhongou Kouagou Nestor says:
    Our project development agency in Benin is interested to receive these recurring donations of tents among other camping supplies. for our development projects. They will use in our project agency works. We lead our actions to the profit of the orphanages and Schools to the level of the local rural and villages the more enclosed of Benin. Your aid will allow us to provide a support necessary to the needs of the population in difficult situation.
    Thank you.
    APRIDD-NGO
    The executive Director
    Pastor TAWAGA Nestor
    BP 1071, Abomey-Calavi
    Tél: ( 00229) 94 77 48 12
    E-mail: nesta.apridd@yahoo.fr

  • Commented
    29 Jun 2017 11:34 GMT

    Youth Crime Watch Liberia
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Zuo D. Taylor says: We are a non profit organization based in Liberia, West Africa and we will appreciate initiating a partnership with your institution for donation of said materials.

    We will be happy if you could get in touch with us further discussion at: ztaylor@ycwliberia.org

    You can also find out on facebook at:

    www.faceboo.com/YouthCrimeWatchLiberia
    www.faceboo.com/btcaliberia
    https://web.facebook.com/EbolaEmergencyLiberia/?ref=br_rs

    Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you

    Zuo D. Taylor
    Executive Director
    Youth Crime Watch of Liberia

  • Commented
    31 Jul 2017 08:14 GMT

    Sevac Foundation Uganda
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    okullo jimmy felex says: SEVAC Foundation Uganda was registered on 28 February 2016 after operating as community base organization for four years. It was due to the 2 decade of war in northern Uganda that have prompt families to become vulnerable leading to wide spread of HIV/AIDS, resulting many orphans , low level of education , high poverty rate, agriculture crumble and health , SEVAC Foundation Uganda was established in 2012 to help the orphans , vulnerable and youngster disabilities in Uganda to tackle their significant health, social, educational and economic needs. The main aims to assist with the following:
    To empower children by:
    • Promoting quality rehabilitation services that improve the functionality of children and youngsters with disabilities;
    • Ensuring the systematic removal of barriers and biases that children in the programmes experience in their communities, and enable their participation and inclusion.
    • Support the health of children ,orphan and youngster disabilities
    • Assist people to become active in their communities by participating in HIV/AIDS and health projects
    • To take ownership of their resources and gain a sustainable income through tourism and micro-finance projects
    In 2013, SEVAC Foundation Uganda established an education program, child sponsorship to support the local education system and to develop the knowledge and skills of young people to the appropriate national level.Contact me on +256776063061 , sevacfoundation52@gmail.com or our address: Muntu building, plot 10, ojwina road, lira district, northern uganda
    thanks
    okullo jimmy felex Executive director sevac

  • Commented
    21 Sep 2017 05:56 GMT

    Sevac Foundation Uganda
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    okullo jimmy felex says: are these offer still available please contact me , sevacfoundation52@gmail.com

  • Commented
    09 Nov 2017 09:25 GMT

    Alliance For Development (AFODE) Ugand
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Masumbuko Charles says: Alliance For Development-Uganda (AFODE-U) is an indigenous registered Nongovernmental organization with the ministry of internal affairs under registration number S.5914./10123 with the National NGO board.
    The head offices are located in kasese municipality along kabarole-kasese highway opposite bugema University, kasese campus and field offices are located 20 kilometers off kasese Town, on Kasese-Bwera highway before Congo boarder in Mubawa trading centre, Nyakiyumbu Sub-county, Kasese district, western Uganda
    we are interested and we look forward to hearing from you,
    Best regards,
    Masumbuko Charles, executive Director, Email. afodeug@gmail.com Tel. +256 772887949

  • Commented
    09 Nov 2017 09:25 GMT

    Alliance For Development (AFODE) Ugand
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Masumbuko Charles says: Alliance For Development-Uganda (AFODE-U) is an indigenous registered Nongovernmental organization with the ministry of internal affairs under registration number S.5914./10123 with the National NGO board.
    The head offices are located in kasese municipality along kabarole-kasese highway opposite bugema University, kasese campus and field offices are located 20 kilometers off kasese Town, on Kasese-Bwera highway before Congo boarder in Mubawa trading centre, Nyakiyumbu Sub-county, Kasese district, western Uganda
    we are interested and we look forward to hearing from you,
    Best regards,
    Masumbuko Charles, executive Director, Email. afodeug@gmail.com Tel. +256 772887949

  • Commented
    26 Dec 2017 10:10 GMT

    BIBLIOTHEQUE DE RECHERCHE BIBLIQUE (BRB)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ZEBEDEE TSHISUNGU KAMBEMBA says: La Bibliotheque de Recherche Biblique(BRB) is a technical branch of Congolese Assemblies of God.Your offer might be a blessing for shelters from provincial war that are supported by the church.From Central Kasai, Bandundu, Goma and Katanga.
    Please tell me how costs shipping from US to Kinshasa,Democratic Republic of Congo.
    Sincerely yours.

    Pastor Zébédée T. KAMBEMBA
    Email:zekambemba@gmail.com
    Tel:00243810107546

  • Commented
    13 Apr 2018 08:35 GMT

    Mighty Warriors World Missions
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Emmanuel Mahlatjie says: We would like to partner with you

    Mighty Warriors World Missions is a faith-based non-profit organisation (registration: 177-397 NPO, with the Department of Social Development, South Africa) operating in Southern Africa, with the following primary objectives: Evangelism, Discipleship, Church Planting and Church Leadership training.

    We are preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations, primarily in previously disadvantaged communities through mass evangelism.

    We are using tents for mass crusades and for the newly planted churches in previously disadvantaged communities.

  • Commented
    13 Apr 2018 08:37 GMT

    Mighty Warriors World Missions
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Emmanuel Mahlatjie says: We would like to partner with you

    Mighty Warriors World Missions is a faith-based non-profit organisation (registration: 177-397 NPO, with the Department of Social Development, South Africa) operating in Southern Africa, with the following primary objectives: Evangelism, Discipleship, Church Planting and Church Leadership training.

    We are preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations, primarily in previously disadvantaged communities through mass evangelism.

    We are using tents for mass crusades and for the newly planted churches in previously disadvantaged communities.

    Emmanuel Mahlatjie

    +27710093091
    mahlatjiee@gmail.com

  • Commented
    13 Apr 2018 06:03 GMT

    Sevac Foundation Uganda
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    okullo jimmy felex says: we are still interested in the equipment for northern uganda refugees resetletlment project, if its still available please email me on , sevacfoundation52@gmail.com

  • Commented
    14 Apr 2018 10:36 GMT

    All for Peace, Children's Welfare and Women's Empowerment (APCWWE)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Ismail Mahamud Abdalla says: APCWWE is a registered refugee initiative in Kenya. it operates in both Kakuma and Kalobeyei refugee camps where newly arrived refugees are being allocated. We advocate for peaceful coexistence, children's welfare, and Women's empowerment. Would you please get time and discuss the agreement further, it would be on our great interests.

    apcwwe2@gmail.com
    +254702263195

  • Commented
    14 Apr 2018 10:36 GMT

    All for Peace, Children's Welfare and Women's Empowerment (APCWWE)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Ismail Mahamud Abdalla says: APCWWE is a registered refugee initiative in Kenya. it operates in both Kakuma and Kalobeyei refugee camps where newly arrived refugees are being allocated. We advocate for peaceful coexistence, children's welfare, and Women's empowerment. Would you please get time and discuss the agreement further, it would be on our great interests.

    apcwwe2@gmail.com
    +254702263195

  • Commented
    21 Jun 2018 09:12 GMT

    TRUST FUTURE UGANDA
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    TRUST FUTURE UGANDA says: greetings from TRUST FUTURE UGANDA,thanks for this opportunity,i would like to take this offer as we do carry out community dialogues and HCT activities in the community where we do face a challenge in renting these tents. so giving us this opportunity will be a great deal to our community and also receiving them will impact much on their health.
    contact me at shamim@trustfutureuganda.org
    thank you
    kind regards
    shamim

  • Commented
    23 Jul 2018 02:21 GMT

    Transverse tours and Travel Uganda
    (For-profit organisation)

    Bwengye Anthony says: We are a tour and travel company in Uganda and we are interested in the equipment. We can discuss more about the terms and conditions.

    Looking forward to getting your response.