A Ban Against Neglect (ABAN) is a non-profit in Aburi, Ghana, working to empower street girls while cleaning up the environment.
A graduation party in the United States may not seem like that big of a deal.
But for a girl who has never graduated from anything, never been formally recognized and never been congratulated for her achievements, you could say a graduation ceremony is the event of a lifetime.
And that’s just what we’re looking to throw: a graduation to remember.
Our original eight ABAN apprentices will be graduating our two-year program THIS SUMMER and we're SO PROUD.
This is our first graduating class since ABAN's start, and we couldn't be more excited! We're hosting a graduation for our girls in Aburi Botanical Gardens and want to make it perfect! Most of these girls have never attended school before the ABAN program, let alone graduated. We want to recognize them for the awesome achievements they have made!
In order to do this, however, we need to raise money! And that's where you come in! We're asking for donations of any amount to help us properly honor these girls' hard work. Our goal is to raise approximately $1,400 USD. ANY amount you are willing to give would help! Think of it as a graduation gift for a friend :)
Thanks in advance for your support!
Gifts for the Graduates: DONATED
Gate Fee to Enter the Garden: DONATED
Outfits for the Graduates: DONATED
Gift for the Aburi Chief: DONATED
Transportation to the Gardens: DONATED
Sound System: DONATED
Entertainment Group: DONATED