Frequently Asked Questions

 

1. What is the purpose of African Child Outreach?

Many children of Africa have had mother, father and home taken from them by such things as poverty,

AIDS, tribal wars, and domestic violence.

 

Our goal is to bring joy back into their lives by reminding them that they are loved;

to offer hope for their futures by providing them opportunites that many of us take for granted: 

love, shelter, food, toys, clean water, clothing, and education

 

 

2. How do I donte?

  • You may donate funds via  by clicking on this link 

 

 

3. How do I contact ACO? 

Chat with Connie or contact her at

      

                    

4.  Is my donation tax deductible?

Yes, your donations are tax deductible;  

  • African Child Outreach donations are tax deductible (as of 5/18/20 donations will be forwarded to the children via Blessings Hope Mission)

  • Blessings Hope Mission donations are also tax deductible.

 

 

5. Can I donate one time only, or do I have to commit to a monthly donation?

We welcome any donation, any time, any size!

 

 

6. How much of the money that I donate goes to help the children?

  • African Child Outreach has forwarded 100% of your donations to the children (minus any bank transfer or PayPal fees)  None of your donations were used to pay for our strictly volunteer operation

  • Please visit Blessings Hope Mission to view their similar policy  

7.  What will the money I donate be used for?

Donations will be used to help the children; for a variety of the children's needs such as food, shelter, clothing, medicine, and education

  • See how your ACO contributions have made a difference from Jan 2016 until May 2020, go to the link above "ACO Partners"  

 

  • To see how your contributions are making a difference after May 2020 visit 

If you have any other questions or concerns please contact Connie via chat or at 

 

Your Donations DO make a Difference!

 

Join Hands With Us

to Help these Precious Children!

African Child Outreach

Bringing Hope to Abandoned Children;

Providing Shelter, Food, Education