Partner With Organics 4 Orphans

What Does an O4O Partner Look Like?

At O4O, we believe every person can do something to bring change to this world.  That is why we have provided people like you, with many different ways to get involved and partner with us.

A partner is simply someone who is committed to making an impact on creating a healthier world and ending extreme poverty. We are looking for people who are driven to make a difference.

How Can You Get Involved?

Partnership for Individuals

Partnership for Groups

Partnership for Organizations

Our Current Partners

Natural Calm Canada:

Our main supporter since the beginning. Profits from the sale of their magnesium supplements have given us the ability to start our efforts in Africa.

Bopoma Villages:

Bopoma Villages works alongside local leaders to provide clean water, food security and orphan care in rural Zimbabwe.

Spring Rains Developments:

Spring Rains Developments in partnership with Organics for Orphans develops organic gardens in rural Africa based on the conviction that health begins with a diet of nutrient rich vegetables.

Africa New Life:

In 2014, Africa New Life joined forces with O4O  to expand their current gardens. New crops were planted. Community members tasted beets, kale, and lemongrass for the first time.

More than 1,000 students at Africa New Life’s school in Kageyo now benefit from nutrient-rich vegetables and fruits! .

Due to the dry climate, O4O decided to build small individual family gardens with a built-in compost system.  “Keyhole gardens” as they are known, require up to 80% less water. These gardens are flourishing and provide food for thousands  of families.

Provision of Hope:

Provision of Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the poor in Liberia, West Africa and the Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana.

Harvest Gardens:

Harvest Gardens is a program based in the UK which enables churches, groups, schools, companies, troops and families to financially support a Harvest Garden in Africa. This effectively gives that community a food source, which is both sustainable and life-giving!