Obruni Fundraising Fan Club

In-country fundraising to support urgent projects that need help in Ghana

We are calling on our friends in Ghana’s ex-pat community

The advantages of this are:


We are only 1.45 hours out of the capital Accra – So potential funders can see the project they will be supporting


We have tangible outcomes from the project we create – so potential funders can actually see their money being spent


We know many trailing spouses in the expat world have time on their hands and are looking for a meaningful project

Open Day – Come and see for yourself on the 24th March 2024

You are invited to come to the village of Abenta and meet the kids and see our projects & staff in a friendly safe environment just over an hour’s drive from Accra

Make a BIG impact by funding an entire project

Here are just a few of the life-changing projects you can fund. Reach out to us for more information about project impact, provision and costs.


Clean hands saves lives project

Up to 8,400 children provided with facilities and taught the importance of hand-washing with soap, providing behavioural change for a longer-term impact.

CHSL project in one village £5,552

Early years feeding and education project

Our "Early Years Feeding” program is nothing short of a lifeline for the most vulnerable - children under the age of 4 in remote rural villages.

It's a mission fueled by compassion, driven by necessity, and empowered by your support.

One year programme £12,279

Build a school or health clinic

Educating children increases economic growth, promotes gender equality, improves health, and enhances social development.  

Provide a way out of entrenched poverty through education and early health interventions.

From £24,738 per project

Clean water saves lives project

Clean water is fundamental for good health. Without it, children are at risk of waterborne diseases like cholera, dysentery, and typhoid. These diseases can be severe, even fatal, and they create a perpetual cycle of sickness and missed opportunities. The need for clean water is the most urgent.


The pandemic closed schools and disrupted education for many rural African children.

Free literacy and numeracy educational games on low-cost tablets can overcome the challenges of all the schooling they missed.

Tech and support for one village £1,032

Girl empowerment project

In West Africa women and young girls who menstruate live without access to the safe sanitary products they need. They live in societies that perpetuate untrue taboos and misleading myths, missing school and putting their health and safety at risk.

Support us to educate and inform the girls and their communities

Project in one village £3,893

Are you ready to change the lives of thousands of children in Ghana?

To start making a difference to children in Africa or request more information contact our CEO Neil Kerfoot