What We Do

Bringing hope to the despaired

Empowering communities and families

Youth Clubs

Our clubs focus on improving social and financial empowerment.  Young people can only become empowered and have the capacity to end the cycle of poverty once they are made aware of their rights and responsibilities and given a set of financial tools to actualize those rights. The program makes sure that social and financial education is integrated into both formal and informal education, and is no longer only the family’s duty.  14 to 19-year-olds are supported by the program both within and outside of the classroom. It makes use of techniques that put children and young people at the center of the learning process and is created with children in mind.

Our cirriculum covers the following sections; Personal Understanding, My body, My choices, Rights & responsibilities, Saving & Spending, Planning & Budgeting, Social & Financial Enterprise. 

Menstrual Health

Women and girls continue to endure the stigma that comes with menstruation particularly access to correct information and access to sanitary products. This program promotes access to menstrual products and information through the distribution of menstrual kits and Menstrual Health seminars to girls and women. Menstrual health is an entry point for improved sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services and rights (SRHR), thus during our menstrual health seminars we discuss SRH rights. To date we have reached over 100 girls and women through this program.

These menstrual kits will last  beneficiaries up to 3 years and contain;

  • 1 x 10l bucket
  • 3 x reusable pads
  • 1 pckt disposable pads
  • 1 x bar of soap
  • 2 x pairs of underwear
  • 1 Storage bag
Skills Development

AGYW who are unemployed and out of school to benefit from our recurring economic empowerment training programmed aimed at equipping with skills to generate income for themselves and empower them to be economically active. AGYW in the community receive training in on various skills (snacks, sausages, cakes, icecream & juice) and additionally receive training in business skills, financial literacy and SRHR and violence prevention. Participants of the trainings are encouraged to form savings and lending groups to provide an alternative to formal banks and empower AGYW to invest in themselves. This program prioritizes income generating opportunities reducing poverty as a risk factor associated with gender-based violence. 

Grocery Hampers

The situational rise of unemployment in the country has left a lot of families economically strained, having to decide to spread what little they get a hold of over food, school fees and bills. FF strives to assist in lessening that burden by providing food hampers to several poverty-stricken households. These packages typically contain Mealie Meal, Cooking oil, milk, sugar, salt, rice, juice, teabags, soap and sanitary products. . 

What We Care For!

Food Relief

Give families living in poerty and the homeless a chance of relief through the provision of school food services. 

Girls and Women

Equipping girls and women with a skill that will enable them to generate income for themselves and empower them.

Health and Wellness

Educating the girls and young women on Menstrual Health management.

Gender-Based Violence Victims

Mentoring and counseling of women and children who have been exposed to GBV. 

Child-Headed Families

Young children who have been forced to assume adult duties.

Spreading HOPE

Change begins with small steps.