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History Of FTF Ghana

“Everything we do now has an effect in the future one way or the other.”

For The Future Ghana (FTF Ghana) is a charity organization made up of young people with the aim of organizing outreaches and projects to alleviate the plight of the less privileged. It is made up of pioneers, members, an executive board and an advisory board.


August 20, 2016, For The Future Ghana launched itself into the sphere of charity work with the general donation in collaboration with “I Was Here”, For The Future Ghana has grown in the past five years. The growth has been steady and most of the achievements of the organisation were not anticipated but by the Grace of the Lord, the organisation has achieved more than it set out to within the first five years of inception. After the collaboration with I Was Here, For The Future Ghana cemented its presence in the Ghanaian society with
a donation of food and other necessaries to the children in the Jay Nii Orphanage in Jamestown on September 3, 2016. Besides donating, which is the norm, the organisation spent quality time with the children in their bid to show them that irrespective of the absence of their parents; they are loved and cared for.


The visit to Jamestown drew the Organisation’s attention to issues of hygiene in the vicinity so on January 2, 2017, the organisation returned to Jamestown with an outreach which saw the children learn the benefits of personal hygiene, how to cater for themselves to promote a healthy living. Besides the aforementioned, food and toiletries were also distributed. With the annual Basic Education Certificate Examination drawing near, the organisation visited the Mamprobi South 4 Basic School on April 21, 2017. They renovated the school building, donated teaching and learning materials as well as furniture. This renovation was dubbed Caridad meaning Charity. The visit entailed a pep talk with final year students ahead of their BECE. Later that year on December 26, 2017, the organisation held a Christmas party dubbed Felirati to fete the underprivileged children in Chorkor. The aim of this was to enable these young ones to enjoy the yuletide despite their unfortunate situation.


On June 13, 2018, the Accra branch of For The Future Ghana visited the National Orthopaedic Centre. They donated necessaries to the Centre and spent quality time with the inhabitants of the Centre. By doing so they showed these people that irrespective of their disability, they are loved and can do more for society. This taught them that disability does not define a person so they should strive to make an impact in society. On May 15, 2018, For The Future opened a branch in Takoradi. The branch currently consists of 45 people. The branch’s first event was held on June 14,2018 at Mampong M/A Basic School/ JHS. The group interacted with the students and educated them on pertinent topics including personal hygiene, drug abuse and overcoming peer pressure. The team also mentored the BECE candidates and engaged students in bead making sessions. Stationery, hand sanitizers, toothbrushes and toothpastes were donated to the school alongside Veronica buckets, detergents, tissue papers and teaching aids.


With special focus on the least respected but most important individuals in our marketplaces; head porters referred to as Kayayos in local parlance, the organisation on January 25, 2019 with an event christened Donaport. They donated to these poor abused young women, whose rights are frequently trampled upon in their quest to live a better life. The Kayayos were also educated on personal hygiene and the need to take advantage of the free basic and second cycle education in the country.


With the outbreak of Covid-19 and the general lack of information and understanding of the virus, For the Future Ghana collaborated with Flood-gates Foundation to distribute Covid-19 relief items to underprivileged families in Mamobi on April 9, 2020. This distribution was sponsored by Uniliver Ghana and the General Public

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Our Objective

Our 2023/2024 goal is to be able to raise GHs 500,000 for phase one of the construction of the For The Future Village (FTF Village) project. This project will impact a wider number of children at a time by providing them with an enabling environment to grow, be loved and be given opportunities to reach their full potentials.

Our Vision

To expand our community beyond pioneers and members to include stakeholders and beneficiaries, to join us in our quest to create and develop a society that is more ethical and open to change.

Our Mission

Through various initiatives and projects, FTF aims to create a brighter and more inclusive future for these children, helping them break free from the cycle of poverty and inequality. The organization is committed to making a positive and lasting impact in the lives of underprivileged children and fostering their personal growth.

Our Sustainable Development Goals

For The Future Ghana and its partners in Ghana are working towards achieving these Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) below: 5 interconnected and ambitious Goals which address the major development challenges faced by people in Ghana and around the world. For the Future Ghana works in partnership with the Government and people of Ghana for sustainable economic, social and environmental development.




Good Health and Well-Being


Quality Education


Gender Equality


Partnerships For The Goals

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