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A Child’s Promise International (CPI) is a 50l (c) 3 IRS Tax Exempt Nonprofit AVO (All-Volunteer Organization).  Our mission supports vulnerable and destitute youth in marginal living conditions and challenging environments, primarily in undeveloped countries, helping  youth  embrace their futures with greater achievement for personal and financial success.  Our vision is to see each youth educated and supported become healthy, self-reliant adults who are productive citizens in a global society.


CPI’s strength and dedication are exemplified in its management team of committed volunteers who freely donate their time, talents, skills and personal finances. Ninety-eight percent (98%) of donations is contributed to programs and services, with only two-percent (2%) to management and fundraising.

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CPI has earned a gold seal of transparency status with GuideStar Nonprofit Ratings. 

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​CPI supports youth education and career development in Zambia and Ghana. 

The ObstaComer Scholarship Program for Zambian Orphans

Our ObstaComer Scholarship and Mentorship Programs commemorate the late parents (Mathew & Jean Mulenga) of our Chief Operating Officer, Elizabeth Mulenga, who is a native of Zambia. Elizabeth and her siblings were orphaned at an early age in Zambia after both parents passed away. The scholarship program supports orphans and other Zambian youth living in marginalized and challenging environments. The Program also incorporates mentorship which is a series of mentoring  videos providing youth guidance for developing sustainable life skills and knowledge.

The Charity Amoa Memorial School in Takoradi, Ghana

CPI works with the Charity Amoa Memorial School (CAMS) in Ghana to educate community youth.  The school is named for the late Charity Amoa who worked tirelessly to support the education and caring of community youth by opening her home as a daycare and certified school. The current construction of  a school building is truly a Godsend for the vulnerable youth of Ghana. Together we provide daycare, kindergarten, and classrooms for grades 1 thru 9, as well as a library and employment training center.  The Ghanian Government provides grades 10 thru 12.  Students must take and pass examinations for placement according to test scores.  All of our students do extremely well, passing all exams with high test scores for placement  in classes ranked by their scores.

 You have options for donating a single or monthly contribution via PayPal, credit cards, or mail-in check. Alternatively, you can bequest a planned charitable gift which is above all a gesture that comes from the heart. There are various types of planned giving and it is important to be informed about tax regulations that may apply. Our legal/financial advisor can provide information and help with planned gifts. Each donation supports the education of our students and helps ensure their continued education.



RUTH, 3rd Grade


I want to be a Nurse when I grow up so I can help sick people.

Mr. Mensah, English & Social Studies Teacher


I would like to see our students have access to more hands-on learning vs theory based.

ALFRED, 4th Grade


Thank you my sponsor, I am very grateful!

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