Community Fundraising

Every donations made through campaigns will support MIFA's sustainable life changing projects across Africa.

Congratulations on taking the vital step to improving the lives of the Orphans and less privileged children in Africa. We are very excited to learn that Africa is where you want to help and MIFA is the teams you want to use for this mission. MIFA is bent on changing the lives of Orphans, the Disable and the less privileged across Africa we partner people in remote areas throughout the African continent to empower the to overcome the challenges they face. As such:

   * Constructing Free schools and providing Free Education To Orphans & Destitute kids. MIFA team will completely sponsor this children free of charges from Nursery Schools to University graduate.

   * Construct of Free healthcare centers for these Orphans and less privileged.

   * Construction of Orphanages to Accommodate Orphans, Disabled, the Homeless & Street Children.

   * Providing clean safe water and food monitoring programs to poor communities.

   * Distribution of Items collected all over the world like: ( used cloths, used shoes, used toys) etc.

1. Download MIFA's Community Advocacy & Fundraising Kit.
This kid will guide you on how to come up with a fundraising Idea and make it come to reality.

2. Decide where you want your donation to go! You can either.......

 donate to where the need is greatest   or pick a project of program ​​

3. Donate To Where The Need Is Greatest.

MIFA programs is amongst the most important of all organisations working in Africa, over 85% of Afri

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Contact MIFA's Development Team.

Telephone : +237 674 528 595, +237 697 149 091.

Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm GMT+1

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Click here to start  Fundraising in your community

4. Who Can Raise Funds ?

No group is too large or too small to host a successful fundraiser. Here are some examples:

  • Community: Churches, mosques and synagogues; youth groups and neighborhood.

  • Organizations; civic groups, professional organizations and police/firefighter organizations; and many, many more.

  • Scholastic: Athletic teams, student government, fraternities and sororities, theater clubs, language clubs, band/choir/glee clubs, cheerleaders, debate teams, science clubs — even grade school classes are not too young.

  • Friends and Family: Quilting circles, book clubs, family reunions, marathon training groups, exercise groups and special occasions (in lieu of wedding gifts or funeral flowers, as birthday gifts or to mark other occasions).

Fundraising Ideas

The key to fundraising is to make it “fun.” There are many different ways to raise money for Africa, and below is a list of popular ideas to fundraise for MIFA.

10 Ways to Fundraise for MIFA

  1. Bake Sales

  2. Walk-a-Thon, Dance-a-Thon, Bike-a-Thon, etc.

  3. Garage Sale

  4. Host a Potluck Dinner/Party

  5. Auction/ Online Auction

  6. Car Wash

  7. Facebook Causes

  8. Host an Event

  9. Collect Spare Loose Change/Start a Group Collection​

What Your Money Can Buy

Your donation to MIFA, however small, can go a long way in improving the quality of life for the people of Africa.

The costs shown below might vary according to country.


For $5 You Can:

  • Provide basic school supplies for a child’s school term.

  • Provide a hygiene kit for one child in a local village.

For $10 You Can:

  • Train a pump mechanic to maintain a community water well.

  • Purchase two banners to promote awareness of the HIV & AIDS pandemic.

  • Medical Consultation fee, 1st Aid kit, Gift like toys etc.

For $25 You Can:

  • Purchase foods that promote general health at monthly Nutrition Fairs.

  • Purchase 84 bottles of water purifier for families with children under 5.

  • School Bag, Books, School shoes, School Uniform, A school bench.

For $50 You Can:

  • Purchase mosquito nets for nine vulnerable children to prevent malaria.

  • Purchase products for four enriched-porridge cooking demonstrations.

  • Purchase 50kg bag of rice and 5k groundnut oil.

For $100 You Can:

  • Cover vocational school tuition for one out- of-school youth.

  • Purchase 10 shovels to rehabilitate one kilometer of impassable roads in three communities.

For $250 You Can:

  • Provide 50 orphans and vulnerable children with health insurance for a year.

For $500 You Can:

  • Erect a spring catchment well to provide clean water to 250 people.

  • Sponsor 2 secondary school Children, Sponsor 3 primary School Children.

For $1,000 You Can:

  • Help with the construction of a community dam for irrigation in rural communities.

For $2,000 You Can:

  • Rehabilitate a Community School or provide school support, (uniforms, shoes, exam fees, tuition, uniform etc.) for orphans and vulnerable children.

For $5,000 You Can:

  • Empower 50 women through adult literacy classes.

  • Erect a hand-pump water well for 500 people.

*These examples are approximations and are subject to change due to area of project implementation and currency exchange rates.