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Project Kick

Project Kick’ was created in the US by FRF. Using the game of soccer as the vehicle to gather, impact, and transform the lives of children and their families, the program provides after school activities both at home and abroad Project Kick’, (a program of FRF’s Community Outreach Program), was established to inspire and motivate youth to become involved in community activities, physical activity, set goals, and take responsibility for their own lives and neighborhoods. Lastly, by providing professional and emotional support through the programs of FRF and Project Kick, the end purpose is to build trust and confidence in FRF’s youth participants.

Project “A book in Mind”

“Shawn Springs Book Project” Did You Know? The Majority of children in Ghana grow up without books, while U.S. bookshelves and landfills in the United States overflow with books no longer read. Ghana, at 46 percent, has the highest percentage of illiteracy in the world. Accomplishments To Date

  • Completed 20 Libraries in Ghana.
  • Created 40 partnerships with U.S. schools and other organizations.
  • More than 30,000 books have been donated

Project Hope

Project New Hope’ addresses the need for water, building of schools, and the creation of job opportunities.

With a successful stateside business in sports management, FRF through the efforts of Akwasi, has been able to capture an impressive array of supporters, donors, and partners

The total values of items donated to date are more than $3M. Fever Relief Fund closes the gap by connecting those who have with those who hope.

Project MD

Did you Know? More than $15 billion worth of medical supplies are discarded each year in the United States. At the same time, less fortunate countries are in desperate need of medical supplies. FRF closes this health care gap by connecting those who have with those who hope. Medical and surgical supplies and equipment (crutches, wheelchairs, scalpels, syringes, gloves, antibiotics, beds, exam tables etc.) are procured and delivered to health care providers in Ghana West Africa.

Accomplishments To Date In 2013, Fever Relief Fund made 17 shipments of medical supplies and equipment to 10 Government hospitals in Ghana W. Africa. These donated articles are of immeasurable assistance to FRF health care programs overseas, often making the difference between remaining open or closing.

The goal is to raise, on a yearly basis, $346,000 for the shipping program. FRF volunteers gather, sort, repair, catalogue, pack and ship items ranging from needles, syringes, bandages, incubators, computers, ultra sound, and etc.as donations to hospitals in the region.

Project “Change of Clothing”

“Jerome Bettis Clothing Project”
Did You Know? In most countries uniforms are required to attend school and parents can’t afford to purchase them for their children. Many children are missing out on an education because of something as simple as a school uniform is not available.

Accomplishments To Date
• FRF has clothed more than 30,000 desperately needy children in Ghana.