BRIDGE TO AFRICA CONNECTION
CHANGING LIVES ONE PERSON AT A TIME!
Jump & Skip for a Cause
and help the children in Kumasi with basic things for the start of School!
1. Grab your rope aka jump rope.
2. Pick a Tally Man or Woman ( add the score on your jumps)
3. .25cents a jump! 100 jumps equals .25.00 and 100gh cedis!
4. Jump with a Child in Kumasi to raise more money. Not Everyone can Jump rope (bad knee) So call Dawn or inbox (kumasiprojects2020) and she and Jennifer will assign someone to jump for you.
5. Donate August 16th! BRIDGE-TO-AFRICA CONNECTION
some are doing it for fun with family and inviting friends to Skip and Jump along!
We want to see your photos and videos along the way. Get Fit and Jump at the same time
Winner! yes there will be a Winner
Special Gift from BTAC
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM!
Madam Dawn Sutherland , “social media is a great tool if used properly. ” That is the first lesson you taught me and I’ve been sitting at your foot ever since trying my best to be a ” Good Student Child” and not take anything you say to me, show me or expose me for granted. Adults need Mentors as well and for this season in my 40’s and beyond God blessed me with You! Noone will ever understand why I try to do all that I can to support BRIDGE-TO-AFRICA CONNECTION. Our Sistah , Auntie, Madam Mum, Hey Girlfriend relationship is such a blessing. Yes you have well over 300 plus Children and I’m the Oldest in my head! You are Smart You are Logical You are Humble You are Kind You are Caring You are what a true African Warrior Woman is No video, no thank you can sum up the blessing you’ve been to me in this Season of my life. Forever your student child and biggest fan. AKOSUA ABRAFI KOTO HUMBLE CRYING CRAB! THATS ME!
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.
What We Do
We believe and are passionate and committed that we will make a difference to challenge the status quo and change the life of one person at a time so that they can go to make a difference in the lives of their families and society.”