Africa Legacies Foundation (ALF) is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Africa Legacies Foundation (ALF) advocates unity among Africans, with the purpose of coordinating community events that develop relationships with all African and African American in the Diaspora. Our mission is to encourage unity, education, health, history, economic empowerment, social, culture, and uplift people of African descent, while preserving heritage and spiritual well being.
Panafest Nashville is a cultural event dedicated to enhancement of the ideals of Pan-Africanism and the development of the African continent. It is organized annually for Africans and people of African descent as well as all persons committed to the well being of Africans on the Continent and in the Diaspora.
One of the greatest differences we can make in Africa is in providing consistent access to local, clean water.
A lack of safe drinking water and sanitation results in frequent and sometimes deadly diseases such as diarrhea and outbreaks of malaria and cholera in many rural villages. Such illnesses significantly undermine quality of life, economic prosperity and human progress.
Pan African Youth Day (PAYD) is an educational scholarship program as well as an empowerment vehicle and a movement for all youth of African descent, and provides a platform for youth-led programs, a forum for dialogue, and a network of strong future leaders. (PAYD) works to inspire, unify and empower local youth, while strengthening synergy of programs in all African communities.
We are confidently building, implementing, empowering and advocating programs that are building young people to become responsible citizens and new drivers of Africa’s social, political and economic transformation.
The goal for JAM is to build a community Christian learning center and a library for the children of Edina, to provide up to 6th grade elementary education for children ages six and up and to equip the God abiding children of Edina with the ability to read the holy Bible.
As a symbolic leader of the African Diaspora Community, the Ambassador serves a one year term and performs a variety of roles, including ceremonial functions, in his/her efforts to promote the general welfare and advance the interests of the diverse people of African descent. He/She engages democratic, innovative, broad-based methods to achieve the goals of the Africa Legacies Foundation Ambassador’s Office (ALFA).
Africa Legacies Foundation is a non-profit organization that relies on financial contributions, in-kind donations and volunteer efforts of individuals, companies and donor agencies committed to enhancing growth and unity throughout Africa and the African diaspora.