Programs and Services

  • Group and one-on-one tutoring and counseling services offered after-school with affiliate institutions and within low-income communities
  • Big brother/big sister matching of underprivileged youth with volunteer mentors (Reduces isolation and provides positive role models, parent-like interaction and crisis prevention)
  • Arts and craft coaching (includes dance, the fine arts, local crafts etc.)
  • Soccer, basketball, track & field and tennis coaching and tournaments
  • Working side by side with the Ghanaian government in our initiatives, giving them a sense of pride, responsibility, investment and accountability in the development of these rural villages.
  • Educating Children and adults in local schools through literacy classes and preschool programs. Offering vocational training to youth to enable them provide for themselves and their families in the future
  • Feeding the hungry food drives and large-scale distribution events

Vision

Fever Relief Fund is a grassroots organization with the goal of coming to the aid of Ghana’s poorest individuals and families ,addressing local needs through a unique, holistic approach to community development. This approach promotes and encourages self-reliance, self-esteem and creative, integrated solutions to systemic community deficiencies. Our new journey is bold. It is sparked by the potential of the nonprofit sector to deliver even greater impact, and is fueled by our own desire for sustained impact and growth. Our ambition is simple: we will create the most effective nonprofit sector in the country, and we will create the most effective center for nonprofit performance and innovation in the country. Ultimately, our journey will be propelled by people with vision and talent, who are impassioned by an abject need to excel and who value nonprofits as essential to who we are and how we grow as a society.

Fever Relief Fund was established to inspire and motivate youth to become involved in community activities, set goals and take responsibility for their own lives and neighborhoods. For individuals with special needs, participation in sports not only increases self-esteem and engages them in a healthy and active lifestyle, but also increases their sense of self-worth, while encourage them to expand and explore their career aspirations.

Fever Relief Fund offers both group and individual tutoring, after school and counseling activities. As we continue to bolster our Community Outreach Program, we aim to reduce isolation and provide positive role models for the youth. Parental interaction skills and crisis intervention will be the primary tools used to achieve success in their lives. Lastly, by providing professional and emotional support through our programs we hope to build trust and confidence in our youth participants. We also recognize that the foundation of successful leadership comes from effectively creating, nurturing and channeling relationships toward shared goals.

Philanthropy in Texas

MISSION: To provide after-school soccer programs to children in the Arlington area of Tarrant County, Texas. Goals and Objectives through ‘Project Kick’:

  • Encourage the development of soccer to underprivileged youth and children with disabilities
  • Provide an opportunity for youth to participate in organized soccer leagues and competitions (ages 6 through 17).
  • Instruct, train, and educate players using the best coaches from the area.
  • Provide mentoring, tutoring, and after school programs.
  • Provide support to single-parent families

In Tarrant County, Texas, 27.5% of children under the age of 17 live in poverty, with 15.5% percent of the population living in poverty. With a population of 1,911,541; Tarrant County is the third most populated county in the state of Texas out of 254 counties. In Tarrant County 31% of children live in single-parent households. Over 100% of your donations goes to our mission of providing toys, books, and other gifts to less fortunate children.

FRF was established to inspire and motivate youth to become involved in community activities, set goals and take responsibility for their own lives and neighborhoods. For individuals with special needs, participation in sports not only increases self-esteem and engages them in a healthy and active lifestyle, but also increases their sense of self-worth, while encouraging them to expand and explore their career aspirations.

FRF offers both group and individual tutoring, after school and counseling activities. As FRF continues to bolster the Community Outreach Program, the aim is to reduce isolation and provide positive role models for youth. Parental interaction skills and crisis intervention will be the primary tools used to achieve success in their lives. Lastly, by providing professional and emotional support through the programs of FRF the goal is to have a long-term impact on the children, families and the community.

Selected Recipients
Wise Hope Shelter & Crisis Center
608 N Business 81-287, Decatur, TX, 76234 (940) 626-4855
Mission Granbury INC
3611 Plaza East CT, Granbury, TX, 76049 (817) 579- 6848
SafeHaven Of Tarrant County
8701 W Bedford Euless RD, Hurst, TX, 76053 (817) 546-6040
Cross Timbers Family Services
1794 N Graham Street, Stephenville, TX, 76401 (254) 965-4358
Freedom House of Parker County
1149 Fort Worth Hwy, Weatherford, TX, 76086 (817) 596-7543

Philanthropy in Atlanta

MISSION: Our goal is to provide access to and information about the best possible opportunities for success to those who are willing to work hard for positive change in Fulton and Cobb County.

We provide resources that arrest crisis, restore self-respect and transition individuals and their families back on the road to independence and positive social engagement with life-building tools to individuals and families in Atlanta who are living on the margins.

Provide mentoring, tutoring, and after school programs that assist students on one-on-one academic support, social development, health and wellness education and arts programming that allow for creative expression.

The goal is to engage students in habits and skills that improve character, socialization, academic performance and, ultimately advance them towards productive, meaningful and independence lives.

Over 100% of your donations goes to our mission of providing toys, books, and other gifts to less fortunate children.

For FRF, the end purpose is to build trust and confidence in FRF’s youth participants. FRF recognizes that the foundation of successful leadership comes from effectively creating, nurturing and channeling relationships toward shared goals.

Selected Recipients
Wise Hope Shelter & Crisis Center
608 N Business 81-287, Decatur, TX, 76234 (940) 626-4855
Mission Granbury INC
3611 Plaza East CT, Granbury, TX, 76049 (817) 579- 6848
Achor Center INC
1150 Astor Ave SW, Atlanta, GA, 30310 (404) 228-1613
Genesis Shelter INC
173 Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA, 30312 (404) 522-6056
Good Samaritan Homeless Center For Women With Children1117 Perimeter Center West Suite 500 E, Atlanta, GA, 30338 (770) 399-8810