• Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
  • Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
  • Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
  • Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
  • Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
  • Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
  • Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
  • Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives
    Welcome to the Lesedi Foundation Where We Transform Lives

WHAT WE DO

We adapt various means to change lives of both the young and the old.
Go to Save The Community Project (STC)

Save The Community Project (STC)

The STC (Save The Community) Project is setup to help delinquent youth engaged in vices such as prostitution, addiction etc. to reform, rehabilitate and help them to focus and succeed in life.

Go to Easter Fiesta (EF)

Easter Fiesta (EF)

It is an annual fair held around Easter at the countryside or deprived areas. Activities include J Boutiques, health screening, provision of food and motivational speeches. The Lesedi Foundation organises these activities in deprived communities.

Go to J Boutique (JB)

J Boutique (JB)

J-Boutique is a Free Clothing and Household Items Fair which The Lesedi Foundation organises in deprived communities. The items are displayed and community-members are allowed to freely select their needs.

Go to The One Portrait (TOP)

The One Portrait (TOP)

The One Portrait (TOP) Project involves a careful selection of needy individuals (particularly the youth) who are given the opportunity to be transformed in their looks and appearance through special make-up.

‘I expect to pass through this world but once; any good thing therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now; let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.’ Stephen Grellet, Quaker Missionary

We are transfroming Lives
We have touched over 5,000 lives through our programmes

The Lesedi Foundation is a faith-based non-profit organization set up to contribute to the positive transformation of the lives of the poor and less privileged in our society through charitable activities and other interactive engagements. In undertaking its activities, the Lesedi Foundation is looking forward to making a relatively small and local contribution to Ghana achieving Goal One and Two of the United Nations (UN) Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – “Eliminating poverty and malnutrition by 2015” and beyond. A myriad of challenges persistently confront diverse people in different ways and forms which threaten the livelihood of affected individuals and the cohesion of their families.

  • Over 2000 lives have been transformed

  • Over 100 families have been impacted

  • Over 20 communities have been touched

The Lesedi Foundation is run on a daily basis by a Management Committee with the assistance of an Office Coordinator. Strategic Partners and Volunteers help to ensure proper organization of all programmes. An Executive Board makes strategic decisions concerning the Foundation.

AP. Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh

Executive Board Member

Overseer Joseph Adjetey Adjei

Executive Board Member

MR. Samuel Dartey Boadu

Executive Board Member

Mr. Emmanuel Kofi Adusei

Executive Board Member

Mrs. Josephine Ami-Narh

Executive Board Member

Life Transforming Stories

‘I expect to pass through this world but once; any good thing therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now; let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.’ (Stephen Grellet, Quaker Missionary)

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