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Eight Young Mothers Benefits From Program

by hoopscare

Eight young mothers between the ages of 16 – 22 have been selected to continue our women empowerment program in the Amanful Community in Cape Coast. These young mothers will be taken through the skill training process with their mentor who stays in the same community with them. We are also hoping to help them […]

Hoops Care has been vetted by GlobalGiving!

by hoopscare

GlobalGiving performs rigorous due diligence on every organization in the GlobalGiving community in order to ensure they are performing charitable work in a transparent and accountable manner, and that they meet local requirements for registration with their local government. GlobalGiving collect and review documentation for every organization,  including its legal documents, financial records, program materials, […]

6 Days To GO!!!

by hoopscare

The Global Giving September challenge kicks off on September 1st. Yours truly Hoops Care will be looking to raise funds for the continuation of its on going malaria program. You can donate to buy a net for a child in Ghana. Remember, a child dies from malaria every 45 seconds. Kindly bookmark the donation linkand spread the […]

St. Andrew’s School in the U.S. Fundraises for HCI’s Store Project

by hoopscare

HCI’s current intern from ProWorld Ghana, Liza Bayless, is a graduate of St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Delaware in the U.S., and made the connection with Claudius upon arrival that an HCI basketball player, Ben Bentil, is currently attending the school. In order to get the store project up and running, HCI decided to host […]

Hoops Care International participating in Global Giving fundraising challenge

by hoopscare

Hoops Care International will compete in the Global Giving fundraiser challenge from March 26 until April 27. Global Giving is a website with a community of online donors and connects on ground projects with these donors. By exposing all our activities in basketball, (ICT) education and youth enforcement we will try to connect to people all over […]

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