Heritage Charity Foundation

Heritage Charity Foundation is a community based not-for-profit organization legally registered in Ghana in the year 2014. Our focus areas are education, health, water and sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for both children living with disability and without disability in the rural poor communities in Ghana. Heritage Charity Foundation also working to reduce unemployment among rural women in rural communities by equipping them with entrepreneurship skills training using the innovative methods of organic farming. We are currently operating in the North Tongu district in the Volta Region and Sunyani-West Municipality in the Bono Region of Ghana respectively.

Past results

Lives improved

In the past 2 years, we trained 20 women during the prototype and are currently implementing their own agribusinesses which is impacting 200 lives of direct and indirect families.

The 20 women made a revenue of €3000 in the year 2020 and €3500 in the year 2021 respectively.


Cost effectiveness

€200 is spent per farmer in 2019 (this includes overhead costs).


Richmond Smith, co-founder and project director of HCF wanted to give back to society:

“I was born into a very poor family, and became a school drop out after I lost both parents to a snake bite at the age of 4 years. Later, a member in our local church saw the potentials in me and decided to support me to return back to school. Currently, I am a graduate with MBA in project management. This is what motivated me to give back to society hence the formation of this NGO.”

HFC has a team of 7 volunteers with agric backgrounds working on this project. We are currently working with GIZ Ghana and the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (crop division).

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