Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

It is not everyday that one sees young people who are still finding their way in the world committing their lives to helping the less fortunate but the youngsters at For The Future are different.

For The Future (FTF) is a group of young people with the aim of making an impact in society by lending their support to tackling some of the most endemic issues.

YEN.com.gh was contacted by Facebook user Prestige Green, a member of FTF and having seen what the non-profit group was about, we decided to help them spread their word..

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way. Photo credit: For The Future
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FTF is committed to tackling challenges as they emerge through identification, research, and finding solutions to create smiles

Their main aim is to establish our own environment and make our country a better one.

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Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way. Photo credit: For The Future
Source: Facebook

By helping to re-imagine the social environment in which we live, the group believes they can actualise the hope that children are the future.

Thus they focus on touching their lives positively so as for them to become beneficial in contributing to add their quota to nation-building.

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way. Photo credit: For The Future
Source: Facebook

FTF have simple plans on achieving their aim.

Donations, fun fairs, sponsorship in education and the provision of scholarship schemes and mentoring and outreach feature prominently.

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way. Photo credit: For The Future
Source: Facebook

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Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way

Non-profit For The Future looks to change the world in their own small way. Photo credit: For The Future
Source: Facebook

The vision of FTF is to establish a community; a gated community which will constitute the development of schools and orphanages for the deprived and less privileged as well as offices to facilitate operations.

The members of the group believe that with their skills and accumulation of adequate sponsorship, they will make it happen.

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