We welcome donations from supporters, well-wisher and friends. Donate via any of the platforms or donate to a cause.

COVID -19
Your support will help initiate to stop the corona virus spread among the most vulnerable. It will also support household that are adversely affected with much needed basic supply of food and nose masks.

SUPPORT FOR TEEN MOTHERS BACK TO SCHOOL
Teenage Pregnancy which is a cause and an effect of Child marriage is gradually overwhelming the Western Region of Ghana. The region ranks fourth in Child Marriage with 28% according to the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (2018) and also needs to put in extra 14% effort for Ghana to attain the SDG 5 in 2030 according to UNICEF report on Ending Child Marriage- the Profile of Ghana (OCT.2020)

If we successfully secure $40,000, the project would help considerably reduce pregnancy among girls and improve the re-entry and completion rate of 1000 girls in formal education system at the basic level. It will also put us in a better shape to improve access to early medical and legal services and also support duty bearers to curb sexual and gender based violence.

GIRLS IN CRISES SAFE HOUSE
Your donation will support girl survivors of violence. HURDS Foundation works with partners and the communities to temporarily rescue and shelter abused girls where they receive legal, counseling, medical and education support.

SPONSOR A CHILD
Your gift each month will bring hope and change to a sponsored a child’s life. Community details of children would be available to you to enable you select a child to be supported. 

CURRENT ACHIEVMENTS
25 girls rescued gender-based violence sheltered at the communities
35 defilement cases girls accessed legal services
25 children accessed education through fees, materials, school feeding and mentorship programs at community level
32 teen mothers goes back to school. Teen mothers are supported to continue their education after putting to birth.
93 women accessed justice through legal services relating to family law
1500 community leaders equipped with child rights protection interventions knowledge and skills