Africa's Children's Fund (ACF), a nonprofit 501 C-3 organization headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, was founded in 1993 to assist children and families in need in the United States of America, Africa, and the Caribbean to improve the quality of their lives and civic contribution. Since its inception, ACF has assisted over 220,000 children in 17 countries.
In the United States of America, ACF conducts affordable housing, tutoring, mentoring, counseling, HIV/AIDS prevention education, and leadership training programs to benefit homeless and low income children and their families. In the Caribbean and African countries, ACF donates books and other educational supplies for library projects, provides assistance to orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), and conducts HIV/AIDS intervention activities.
ACF's initiatives and programs include the following:
|Causes||At-Risk Youth Children & Youth Community Crisis Support Domestic Violence Economic Development Financial Assistance Food Insecurity, Hunger General Service Health Homeless & Housing Immigrants & Refugees International Mentor Older Adults Poverty & Basic Needs Veterans & Military Families|
|Sustainable Development Goals|
9 People | 0 Impacts | 0 Hours