We’re excited to announce JOURNEY OF LOVE.

Journey of Love is an initiative to support these disadvantaged people in order to put lasting smiles on their faces. We do this by raising funds to embark on volunteering projects to serve our rural communities. Some of our projects include; Educating Rural Communities on Health, Clean – Up Campaigns, The Need for Equal Sex Education, Wealth Creating Seminars, Donation to deprived communities and many others.

Deprived families and individuals in most of our rural communities go without proper food, shelter, quality education and essential medical care every day due to a variety of factors including low wages, job loss, injuries, illness, age, domestic violence, or divorce. While all of us are susceptible to hard times, children and the elderly are at the most risk, and they make up the largest number of clients we serve.



About The Author

Maxwell Odonkor is a Philanthropist, an Entrepreneur, and a visionary leader. Maxwell is the founder of World Inspiring Network as well as Maxibern Digital, an IT company in Ghana that specializes in Website Design, Website Development, Graphic Design, Software Development, Mobile App Development, Social Media Advertising, and More.

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  1. Greetings! I recently volunteered at a small orphanage in Nsutam, outside of Koforidua. I have now “adopted” the orphanage (approx 30 children) and am doing my best to raise funds to support them. The orphanage not only takes care of the 30 kids, but they also run a school for about 130 village children and feed them lunch every day. Their kitchen recently blew down in a storm, so times are a bit difficult for them. I am doing my best to raise money for them from afar (Vancouver, Canada). I know that their 3 highest priority needs are food, clothing and school supplies.

    I am wondering if you can help in the clothing department. Rather than ship clothes from here at great expense I am hoping you may be able to direct me to a place where we could buy used clothing and shoes in bulk for the kids. I saw many people selling clothing street-side in Koforidua, with big bags of used clothing that they must buy from somewhere. Any chance you could help me find out where? Or perhaps you could direct me to a church that might help. Any help is appreciated!!!


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