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“I am not African because I was born in Africa but because Africa was born in me.”

Kwame Nkrumah


In March 4 1957, Martin Luther King, Jr., and his wife Coretta Scott King traveled to West Africa to attend Ghana’s independence ceremony. … King arrived in Accra, the Gold Coast GHANA!

2021 Give & Glow: End of Year Campaign

December was a month filled with such joy and excitement. Our Founder & President worked with Restore and changed the lives of many patients in Senegal.

While she was busy working our Circle of Friends to include our Board Members Opal Lyseight & Janice Sutherland were busy in California and New York packing, preparing and shipping Barrels for the New Year! And at home in Ghana Madam Abrafi Koto & Jennifer Abadduri were busy teaching classes, working with children in Heman and hosting 8 New Circle of Friends as they celebrated the Holiday, Visited two schools, passed out shoes and clothing to a host of women and children. We are thankful for this month!

BTAC is excited and prepared to welcome a New Year with you.

 As you prepare to clear your desk and wrap up the year we ask that you stop by our website and give that end of year glow. Thanks for an extremely amazing year of gifting and blessing the lives of hundreds of children, women and athletes in Ghana. Our year end summary is just about done and we can’t wait to share it with you!


Make a Joyful Noise and Celebrate all the goodness that this year has brought. BTAC has decided to count it all Joy because despite any trials or tribulations that came our way we kept pushing forward.
Now that the Holiday Season is upon us all we can do is find Joy and Happiness and hold on to the memories we create with the ones we love. Please join us for a month filled with laughter, reflection and pure Joy.
This is the end of a new dawn, Watch us Soar!


made it to the GHANA DJ AWARDS as one of the “Discovery DJs”!
DJ Guru “Blooming where he Grow” Mentored and sponsored by BTAC and The Artivist Project!

BTAC Sponsoring 100 Less Privileged Kids To School With $10,000!


An African Diasporans Journey to Impact the Lives of hundreds of Children’s Lives in Ghana. Medaase Madam Mama Dawn Sutherland



Cut adventurously across Ghana by starting from Accra and driving up to the Aburi Botanical Gardens and moving through nature sites on the Akuapem Mountains, moving on to Kumasi in the Ashanti Region to visit the royal palace of the Asantehene and the royal adinkra and kente weavers and sellers, the woodcarvers and artisans; then finishing up with a trip to the forts and castles of Elmina and Cape Coast as well as the last slave bathing point of Assin Manso and a Canopy walk experience.

It draws a triangle, but the experiences, sights and sounds you will enjoy on this trip is going to be a full circle of unforgettable memories.  For detailed itineray

To all our Circle of Friends we are extremely excited to support @hellonanadolls

2021 Holiday Season for our children will be phenomenal as we work hard to try and get dolls for our little girls

Donate towards purchasing a doll for a 🇬🇭Princess

International Womens Month
Is truly show us African Queens
Thanks @fuseodg for this line of dolls.

Founded by Afrobeats Superstar Fuse ODG, Nana Dolls is on a mission to champion the beauty of Africa and promote self-love, especially in young children.

Children are highly influenced by the world around them, and so it is our job to make sure we give them the best foundation to build on, teaching them to love themselves and be proud of who they are.

What better way to instill this ‘self-love’ than through their favorite toys.

Nana Dolls have made it their goal to inspire children to love and take pride in their heritage in a world that makes it hard to do so at times, educating and empowering them through Nana Dolls and their stories.

“The dolls are inspired by historical African figures; brave and courageous women who did something extraordinary. It is vital for our children and future generations to know about these powerful women in history”

Our Mission

Bridge-To-Africa Connection Inc. (“BTAC”) is a U.S.A non-profit 501(c)(3)  organization dedicated to the belief that healthier women and children mean stronger societies. Investments in the health and empowerment of women and children are investments in the social and economic development of the communities in which they live.

The key philosophy is: Impacting one woman will impact her entire family. The family will impact the village, thereby building the bridge to an enriching, healthy society.

Sponsor One Child at a Time

Starbucks Coffee for two?

A pair of sneakers off the discount rack?

But did you know that $100 could literally be a life-changing investment?

These are not dramatic words for theatrical appeal. These are words of truth.

Your $100 could go far in helping those who are the most vulnerable and in need – the beautiful children in Ghana, West Africa.

Our Philosophy

The key philosophy is: Impacting one woman will impact her entire family. The family will impact the village, thereby building the bridge to an enriching, healthy society. We would like to improve the quality of life for women and teach school age children the value of good nutrition and physical activity. We are passionate and committed to making a difference by challenging the status quo to change lives, one person at a time. The women and children we help can then make a difference in the lives of their families and society.

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