Inspiring Untold Stories about Street Children of Ghana Finally Revealed
The untold stories of three incredible women, Betty, Ophelia, Comfort, will be finally heard. There will be other stories published as well recounting what it is like to go from a street child sleeping in open-air bathhouses and overcoming the commercial sex trade to become who they are today. The book describes the challenges faced and the impactful tale of what these women did to become professionals within their community. Now many actively employ other children that were once in their predicament to provide a future for them.
These published stories will give an intimate look at what drives these children to the streets, while giving hope to those living in poverty to know there is hope, a way to get out of it. Dozens of accounts have been collected over the past year. Now it is time to publish them and share it with the world!
The book is set to launch June 30th, which coincides with Street Girls Aid Ghana’s grand finale of their 20th anniversary legacy celebration, which means it must be in publication by June 1st. “Stories from the Streets… and Beyond” will be made available on Amazon.
To make a contribution you can do so by visiting the Kickstarter campaign or clicking here. Supporters can choose from many attractive rewards as appreciation for participating in this project.
This is an “all-or-nothing” deal, which means if the campaign does not reach the fund goal then it can be years before the book can be published. This means these incredible stories may never be told. So know a donation of any amount matters. Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. Spread the word about how friends and family can help make this book a reality. Together, these inspirational stories can finally be heard and give hope to those who need it!
Company Name: Stories from the Streets… and Beyond Contact Person: Kathy Stutzman Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (507) 219-0912 Country: United States Website: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1689069355/stories-from-street-children-of-ghana