FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is Light & Love for Africa?

Light & Love for Africa (LLA) is a non-profit organization based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States that provides support for underprivileged children, women, and families in Togo, West Africa.

How many people are cared for by LLA?

Currently, LLA is caring for approximately 50 people in various regions of Togo. 

 

What makes LLA different?

Our multi-faceted approach and our love for the communities we serve is our biggest differentiator. LLA is committed to the development and well-being of the communities we serve through a variety of programs including education, micro finance loans, and other programs. This multi-faced approach and commitment allow us to address the core root of poverty and to create transformative and durable changes.

 

How long has LLA been impacting lives in rural Togo?

LLA was founded in 2019 and is quickly growing and expanding. Today, the magnitude of our impact keeps growing exponentially.

 

Is LLA a government-funded project?

No. All of LLA programs are funded privately. Currently, the majority of our funding comes from supporters in the United States, but word is spreading rapidly and we are excited to extend our family of supporters around the globe.

If you are interested, you can use the contact form in our website to directly reach out to us to discuss donor opportunities or learn about fundraising opportunities.

 

 

How can I support LLA?

We welcome all kinds of support, whether from individuals, families, or organizations. You can donate, sponsor a child, or even run your very own fundraising campaign to support LLA. Donations and sponsorship can be done directly through our website.

 

What is the difference between sponsorship and general donation?

Sponsoring a child does more than providing for this child. Sponsorship creates a ripple effect that touches not only the children that are being sponsored but also their whole families, even their communities, and creates a change that will carry on for future generations. Furthermore, sponsorship creates a deep connection between the child and the sponsor that often lasts for a lifetime. Sponsoring children enables them to know that they are loved, supported, and that someone deeply cares for them.

General donations provide support for all of our operations including the sponsorship program and are directed toward the areas where they are most needed and will be used to their full potential.

 

How can I sponsor a child?

To sponsor a child, you can visit our Sponsorship page. If you have specific preferences or age group of children that you want to sponsor, please send us a message using our contact form and we will do our best to satisfy your preference.

 

For questions about our sponsorship program please contact us using the contact form in our website.

“The manner of giving is worth more than the gift.”

 Pierre Corneille