The Vincent Kewala Nyambi Foundation (V.K.Nyambi foundation) is a non-profit organization with a 501(C) status that was created in 2005 and has its headquarters in Capitol Heights, Maryland. Our activities are centered on rehabilitation of orphans, children orphaned by HIV/AIDS and other demobilized street children in society throughout the world. Our activities are also centered around providing help and assistance for foster youth and we offer a wide range of cradle to grave services and life skills for at-risk and economically disadvantaged youth here in Maryland and in Cameroon West Africa
We seek to provide a new purpose and meaning to shattered lives by making available educational and vocational training possibilities, either by direct support, sourcing and through collaborative partnerships. Our objective is to give every child an opportunity to have a future to look forward to. We also provide help for battered women and victims of domestic violence.
The Vincent Kewala Nyambi Foundation has been operational in different regions in Cameroon (Africa) through its satellite office in Bamenda Cameroon. The Vincent Kewala Nyambi Foundation satellite office was also created pursuant to Law No: 90/053 of 12/19/1990 on freedom of Associations in Cameroon and declared by the Senior Divisional Officer for Mezam under declaratory No: 0054/E.29/1111/VOL.8/APPB.
The V. K Nyambi foundation activities and programs are already making a significant impact on the plight of orphans (mostly of HIV/AIDS), battered women, widows and other street children. We are currently providing rehabilitation and assistance to 54 orphans through custodian parents (caregivers). Membership is open to the public. We hope that you will find a reason to become involved and champion or support one of our many projects and initiatives either by sponsoring a child, providing supplies like vitamins, shoes, clothing or books; making monetary donation and/or volunteering.