A big thanks to all our future life changers!
Simply download the Remitly App then go and pick a tel number that you wish to donate to and follow the sending instructions on the App or website. Make sure to select the correct country (flag) to auto display country code.
Yes you send your donations direct to the source, all recipients and numbers are sought by our ground missionaries and verified by us. Although Africa has had a mobile pay system in place for many years, they will not be looking forward to a cashless society. https://youtu.be/5s2KeX045rw https://www.instagram.com/reel/CoJ-p4TAT-2/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
You can make contact with the person before sending. If you are making contact please mention Fund Back Africa. Please be aware that accent, language, intellect and level of education may vary. English, French, Belgium and many other dialects and over 500 African languages are spoken across west Africa.
Yes you can also simply send us any larger funds/donations and we will distribute it to the most needy and who may need food or medical assistance. We are also funding many other projects with your help and support. We plan open first food bank in Africa and build a football team to help forward the Fund Back Africa story. We will soon be developing working alliance with fundingafricanaid.org.sl
It is recommended that you send between 10 and 50 pounds in any single donation. if you are sending more we recommend splitting it between more than one recipient, or you can send direct to us. We aim to spread the benefits across all.
No but we have teamed up as Remitly affiliate partners. Fund Back Africa benefits by way of commissions for Remitly app downloads and worldwide money transfers. All of our incoming funds are used for our charity.
Yes Fund Back Africa is a registered charity in Gambia and Ghana, which covers west Africa. We will be registered in European countries soon.
No not all have a mobile phone, but many share with friends or relatives in their community. Fund Back Africa and our team will be distributing Sim cards to people with no regular access to mobile devices. this will allow them to use the Sim to collect received money at post office or money point.
No Africa is not cheap. The general cost is around two thirds of UK prices and going up due to post pandemic and the world economic crisis and costs. This is predicted to cause a rapid increase in poverty and a speedy population starvation crisis in the region.
Have you got anything to give? we will soon be receiving and collecting used unwanted goods for shipping to Africa for distribution, funding charitable food banks and other projects where possible. Your generous donations will help us achieve our mission. Please share our website and help us go viral. Thank you.
Yes contrary to what we are led to believe, Africans are generally very welcoming to all outsiders and are particularly embracing to the so called Afro-Caribbean's and African Americans. Africans generally remember their captured enslaved ancestral cousins and happy to see them making time to go back to the homeland to visit them.
Having visited over 40 countries, I have the greatest experience and the best form of education to answer that. Any country in the world can be safe or unsafe. Africa is generally a very peaceful and placid culture contrary to what we are told, an example of this is the easy ability to colonise them throughout history.
Yes Africa was and still is the only continent to be colonised. Hidden or removed from accessible ancient historical text, yet very visible in many ancient scriptures. Colonisation will continue to serve its time and placed on Africa. Independence is only a word which was invented in time, the colonisation is so invisibly to many and still continues to exist, but on a universal time frame.
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