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Our work is only possible because of the support we receive from a wide range of people and institutions around the world. Every penny, shilling or cent counts towards

making a big difference. You can be a part of the team that helps to resource positive impact for disadvantaged children in Ghana! Here are a few ideas…

Do you have a special birthday or event coming up? A big anniversary? A wedding? Baby’s first birthday? Instead of friends and guests struggling to guess what to buy for you; make it easy and make a difference, by having people gift to Age in West Africa instead. Wherever you are, let us celebrate with you by telling us about your event.

Get your friends involved. You could host a coffee morning, cake stall or dinner party and charge an entry fee or for items sold. C ontact us for resources you can use at your event. We’d love to hear your ideas! Make sure you take photos so that we can show others the great work you are doing!

Hands On

Wherever you are in the world there is an opportunity for you to commit some time to the work of Age in West Africa.


Come and lend a hand! We take applications from anywhere in the world from people who would like to work with our projects in Ghana. Whether you’re a student, a busy professional or retired, you can apply to spend time working alongside our staff and community projects to make a big difference. step of your rewarding adventure.

Download an application form as the first step of your rewarding adventure.

“There are some moments in life that make you take a step back and look at what is really important in the world in which we live; this (volunteering with VA) has been one of them” Rebecca Rotheram

Young Ambassadors

We have a growing network of young people who are always busy raising awareness and raising funds! This dynamic group of young people is linked to our team in Ghana and offers direct, vital support for the work that we do. If you would like to learn more and get involved please contact us (choose ‘Young Ambassadors’ as the department in our contact form) and we will be in touch about opportunities. You can find also application forms in our downloads page.

Ways to Give

There are several ways that you can give to Age in West Africa and help make a brighter future for the children!


The quickest way to donate to our work is to give on-line today. We have several options and all are secure and accept most major credit / debit cards or paypal.

Via your bank:

To make a direct payment to our bank account visit our Bank Payments page. This includes details for making international transfers.

Mobile Giving:

In Ghana you can give to us via M- MONEY. Please use Paybill 0244447454. Thank you!



You can sponsor a child with Vision Africa today from as little as £10 per month. It’s easy to do, just fill in our o n-line application form and let us know how you want to pay. Alternatively you can download a form and pop it in the post to us.

We offer four levels of sponsorship, ranging from £10 / 1350 Ksh / US$16 a month (or yearly equivalent) for basic educational sponsorship up to £20 / 2700KSh / US$32 a month for sponsorship of a cot in our Baby Unit. Just choose which type of sponsorship you would like when you fill in the form.

Sponsoring a child through Vision Africa helps to ensure that we can meet the learning and care needs of that child. Whilst this varies for children in different projects we aim to ensure that they can progress with their education, are well looked after in a safe, healthy environment and enjoy at least one nutritious meal each day.

Vision Africa integrates child sponsorship funds into our work at partner projects. We look at the project as a ‘big picture’ so your sponsorship may support more than one child, or part of the needs of a child. We find this to be the most effective way of ensuring maximum benefit to the individual children who are sponsored. This also ensures that individual children are not dropped from the project if sponsorship ceases or is interrupted.

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