Clothe The Naked Outreach
Our vision is to eradicate poverty and end every form of segregation in all over the world
We are counting on your kind support to raise funds for our CTN Scholarship Aid to ensure that as many children as possible can have an opportunity to shape their future through education.
A major challenge facing orphans and abandoned children in orphanages, and children in the villages of Ghana, is the lack of money to finance their formal education. There are many children who are not schooling, indicating clearly that, even the subsidized basic education system in Ghana is still not affordable to some people.
Our CTN SCHOLARSHIP AID funds the education of orphans, abandoned children, and children from poor families in the deprived villages of Ghana, West Africa. The Aid funds the education of our carefully selected beneficiaries from basic school to college/university.
We are counting on your kind support to expand our reach to cover more needy children like these in Ghana, West Africa.
Your DONATION of US$ 1 will buy a book for a child, and your DONATION of US$ 100 could help us to pay the school fees of one child for a year.
Our mission is to minimize the impacts of poverty and solitude, and empower the less privileged people, especially children, for a better future.
Clothe The Naked Outreach Ghana
Started in Ghana: 2010
Registered in Ghana: 2013
Company Registration: CG045642013
Ghana Address: A 661, La -Accra,
Ghana, West Africa
Tel: +233244331439 / +233557808749
Clothe The Naked Outreach USA
Started in USA: 2015
Registered in USA: 2016
501(c)3 EIN: 47-4328922
USA Address: 829 Greenleaf Ave Burlington.WA 98233, USA
Below are some of the children whose education we are funding with our CTN Scholarship Aid
Clothe The Naked Outreach is a charitable organization
operating in Ghana West Africa and United States of America,
providing Clothing assistance, Educational Opportunities, and Outreach programs for less-privileged people
- especially orphans in orphanages, needy people in deprived communities, mentally-challenged people in psychiatric hospitals, and inmates in prisons of Ghana West Africa.