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IT TAKES A VILLAGE AND COMMUNITY TO RAISE OUR CHILDREN

WE ARE BUILDING A POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AMERICA AND AFRICA

     Do you have a compassion for helping children, youth,  young adults, and people in destitute situations? Hundreds  of Kids go Hungry Daily, many are in your own neighborhood.

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ABOUT US


MISSION ONE

Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA, registered in California, Branches: coming soon New Orleans, processing Dallas Texas, Accra Ghana are a group of women and men; both women and men are our advocates and our men are our backbone strength. Our organization consist of all cultures, nationalities in the USA, Africa and other Countries.

Our organization have women and men who have various educational backgrounds and are Mentors. Our PRESTIGE Foundation brings philanthropist, humanitarian and people together that have the same or similar Vision, we have a Wealth of Resources to assist in rebuilding up low poverty areas in America, Africa and other countries. Our focus are children, youth and youth adults. We teach to self-empower them, educate them, and assist in building or rebuilding infrastructure in low income communities at a community level, domestic level and international level.

MISSION TWO

Helping others without Borders

We believe "It takes a village and Community to raise Our Children" We are one RACE with many different cultures and dialects. Some have melanin skin, some have a little melanin in their skin, some have no melanin their skin; however we all Sisters and Brothers and come from the same origin; scattered throughout the Universe. Change and teach a mindset and you will change and preserve our future.


Our Services are mainly provided by our Field Service Advocates by meeting with you and or by Phone


Our funding benefit kids, youth, and young adults locally in California, the United States and International that are less fortunate in providing them food; such as paying their lunch fees. There are many families that cannot qualify for food assistance programs due to their income but also cannot afford to buy food due to their low income.  Also foreign government does not provide safety net food programs.

We also fund some medical services that are not funded by the government insurance; such as some co-payments, some prescriptions, we fund some after school activities, we fund some ongoing school supplies, we sometimes fund emergency housing assistance for the well being of the child, we sometimes pay utilities for the well being of the child and we annually give toys Locally, Nationwide and International for Christmas.

We have a COMPASSION AND LOVE for helping kids. Kids are innocent and many are born into poverty households. We believe a child should not have to endure that stress at such a young age. Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA consist of different nationalities and strongly believes it takes a village to raise our children. Therefore we strive to be positive mentors in helping low income children, youth and young adults by funding our selected programs which help put smiles on many children and young adult faces and put tears on many parents’ faces.

MISSION THREE

There are great investment opportunities in Ghana and Africa! We are your credible point of contacts and educators.

We are building a Positive relationship between USA, Ghana and Africa

Our Concept: Strengthening the economy by connecting Africa Vendors and Africa businesses to USA buyers and Vendors, pioneering Africa Music to USA listeners and Buyers, helping better lives financially in America, and Africa, helping strengthen the economy in Africa. Our fundraising ultimate goal is to build state of the art facilities for less fortunate kids starting in Ghana and eventually Africa. CHANGE THE MINDSET AND CHANGE THE FUTURE.

Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA 5013c sister organizations are Malachi's Homes Center International of Accra Ghana registered in California and Malachi's International Ministries registered in Ghana Are you interested in being a sponsor for our Cultural and Arts Events or you want to donate to our concept to help better other lives, email us at: queensofafricausa@gmail.com
Be a Partner

It takes a Village to raise our Children

1. As a Partner  your financial support help the growth of our organization and help us teach Self Empowerment to those who are suppressed

2. Your financial support allows us to offer micro loans for business growth

3. Your financial support allows us to offer small grants to NGO's or Nonprofits

4. Your financial helps us build Tiny Homes Communities to help the destitute and Transitional homeless children and families

5. Your financial support help us feed children, families, individuals who are in poverty with no government assisted food stamps and restricted income

6. Your financial support help us pay our administration expenses and fundraiser expenses so we don't have to rely on government assistance

7. Your financial support help us travel and reach others in destitute situations with emergency aid

8. Your financial support help us purchase medicine and medical supplies to save lives to those who don't have money or medical insurance

9. Your financial support help us with nationwide shipping expenses

10. Your financial support help us keep you informed, educated and our up coming events

*Please kindly click to donate below: our Monthly Partnership Donation is $53.00 usd monthly

or our Annual Partnership Donation $636.00



Compassion Starts with your Financial Support-Pay it Forward

 We at Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA, 501c3 organization are looked second Mom's to many. We have a COMPASSION AND LOVE for helping kids. Kids are innocent and many are born into poverty households. We believe a child should not have to endure that stress at such a young age. Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA consist of different nationalities and strongly believes it takes a village to raise our children. Operating out of Sacramento California, we strive to be positive mentors in helping low income children, youth and young adults by funding our selected programs which help put smiles on many children and young adult faces and put tears on many parents’ faces. Please support out mission as we build "Tiny Homes"  to help house displaced kids and their parents in a warn, safe and healthy "Tiny Home" fully furnished with food and clothing. A Tiny Home to house 2 kids and 1 adult cost $15,000. You can securely donate your generous donation online or mail mail your generous tax deductible check donation to: Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA (Check payable to: QueensofAUIFUSA) 1731 Howe Avenue #498, Sacramento California, 95825 Your generous donation is tax deductible





Buy Tickets for our 3rd Annual Crab Boil Saturday April 4, 2020, Location: Swanston Community Center 2350 Northrop Ave Sacramento CA. 95825, Time: 11:00 am-7:00 pm

We are serving Dungeness Crabs and King Crabs (King Crab limited) and your own tray!

King Crabs Boil and Fried Chicken Grub

Saturday April 4, 2020, Sacramento CA., Tickets on Sale Now!

Come get your Grub on at our 3rd Annual Crab Boil and Fried Chicken Grub, Enjoy Sauteed Crab, Shrimp, add lobster or Craw-fish extra, than your choice of All you can eat Fried Chicken or Fried Fish, than wash it down with a cold beer, or our fruity lemonade or our fruity wine, than make room for some delicious peach cobbler, or banana pudding or rum bread pudding, while listening to some oldie but goodie music! Kids welcome

General Admission, 13 yrs. & up includes Crab Boil,  fee includes (1) serving of each Crab, Shrimp, Red Potatoes, Mini Corn, Louisiana Sausage, Yellow Rice, Green Salad, all you can eat Fried chicken and Fried Fish and dessert. $65.28 Sorry no refunds     

Buy Vegan, Yellow Rice, Black Beans, Greens, Green Salad, Sorry no refunds $17.55    

Buy Fried Chicken, Salad, Yellow or French Fries, $17.55 sorry no refunds    

Youth 6 to 12 years, includes Crab Boil, fee includes (1) serving of each Crab, Shrimp, Red Potatoes, Mini Corn, Louisiana Sausage, Yellow Rice, Green Salad, all you can eat Fried chicken and Fried Fish and dessert. $35.78 Sorry no refunds.  

Buy Add on Now (1) Sauteed Lobster  $17.55

Buy Add on Now (1) Pound craw-fish  $17.55

Buy Add on Now (1) Rib Eye Steak $12.94

Buy Add on Now (1) Shrimp, Cut  up Steak and Fries $17.55

6 ft. vendor Space, bring your own 1-Table displays, no refunds if you choose not to participate, have a family emergency, get low or no sales $77.48

6 ft. Exclusive 

Vendor Paparazzi, Color Street, Scentry etc, bring your own one table  displays, no refunds if you choose not to participate, have a family emergency, get low or no sales $103.20

Buy Add on Now, (1) Exotic Drink), must be 21 years $10.12, no outside alcohol

Buy Add on Now (1) can of beer, must be 21 years $6.94, no outside alcohol

Buy Add on Now (1) Wine, must be 21 years $10.12, no outside alcohol

  Support Our Food Program  



1. We offer a free food program

2. We pay school lunch program

3. We ship food nationwide and international to some countries

4. We supply food to the elderly


Please email us, queensofafricausa@gmail.com

some restrictions may apply

We prepare Vegan Meals


Help Feed the Homeless

OUR EVENTS IS OUR WORK-NETWORKING, FUND-RAISING AND BUILDING POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS

OUR NGO IN GHANA MALACHI'S INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES


CEO AND FOUNDER QUEEN ALAINA PAUL-MENSAH AND MR. ISAAC NINEPENCE MENSAH


Regional Director in Ghana and Africa: Michael Edward Ashie


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"GIVING PEOPLE HOPE AWARD 2020"


Our "Giving People Hope Award" are given to individuals, organizations and businesses that go beyond the call of duty by giving back to their community, helping the poor, helping those that are less fortunate and inspiring others; by giving them hope for a better and brighter future.





Do not own the rights to this video, Denzel Washington is not affiliated with our organization





QUEENS OF AFRICA TO BUILD THE FIRST 24 HOURS HOSPITAL IN GHANA


Our organization is projecting to build the first 24 hours hospital in Ghana 2019. Currently there is no 24 hours hospital in Ghana. The hospital will save more lives, increase in tourism and create more jobs. This is an expensive project, your tax deductible monetary donations are greatly needed and welcome. Kings in Ghana are welcome to present a proposal to us; to possibly build a hospital in their region.


   



The connection between New Orleans, Ghana, Nigeria, and Senegal

New Orleans culture is Ghana, Nigeria and Senegal. Many Ghanaian's, Nigerians and Senegalese  resided in New Orleans after the Atlanta Slave Trade ended; Treme in New Orleans was founded byGhanaian's


Mrs. Alaina Paul-Mensah a native of New Orleans and Ghana through ancestral bloodline is the Founder CEO of Malachi's International Ministries NGO Ghana West Africa and Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA non profit registered in California


Driven by God and our ancestors spirits

Her elementary Catholic School Holy Redeemer in New Orleans was Founded by an African women from West Africa Marie C. Convent, she was brought over, sold, and married without children through the Atlantic Slave Trade. Marie C. Convent was the first Africa culture woman to build schools in america for poor black kids, or black kids period. And the very first schools in New Orleans for black kids.


It is only fair and right to give back and help West Africa. My school Foundation was based on her humanitarian efforts and contributions.

Here's the story behind Holy Redeemer School...
Marie C. Couvent
Native of West Africa Ghana
Former Slave
Free Woman of Color

Though Madame Couvent died over 160 years ago, her life, death, and legacy manifest themselves in a series of schools at Touro and Dauphine Streets.
Marie C. Couvent was born in West Africa in the middle of the 1700’s. Before being old enough to learn her family name, she was taken across the Atlantic to Haiti, and subsequently to New Orleans She later married Bernard Couvent, a free person of color, who New Orleans Architecture Volume IV: The Creole Faubourgs listed among the more known “early builders” of “some of the more interesting houses”. People described Madame Couvent as a pious and charitable soul.


Bernard Couvent preceded Marie in death. Childless and unable to read or write, the widow consulted Father Constantine Maenhault at St. Louis Cathedral to dictate her wishes for disposition of the Couvent properties. On June 29, 1837, at an approximate age of 80, Marie C. Couvent passed away. Her final journey brought her body from a funeral at the Cathedral to St. Louis Cemetery #2, which was then a fourteen year old grave yard. Her tomb lay just outside the city proper and an ocean away from her birthplace. The inscription reads “ici repose M. BERNARD COUVENT native d’Afrique”.
Madame Couvent’s will directed her property be used to provide free education for the “colored orphans” of the faubourg Marigny, many left without parents due to yearly plagues of yellow fever. She also left rental property as income for school upkeep. On April 20, 1847, Marigny developer Francois Lacroix and a group of free people of color received a state charter to fulfill Madame Couvent’s will. Soon, children began classes on property that Louisiana Historical Quarterly called the “first free school opened for colored children in the United States.”...


In short time, the Board of Directors erected a school building on the site. Harper’s Magazine visited in 1866 and reported favorably on its instruction methods, writing samples, math skills, and decorum. Tuition was free for orphans, twenty-five cents for half-orphans, and fifty cents for others. Classes were taught in French and English and the school provided paper, pencils, and books. All the teachers were of African descent, some educated in France or St. Domingue. The school’s faculty had a strong literary bend. School principal Armand Lanusse compiled a French language poetry anthology called Les Cenelles, the first poetry anthology by people of color in the United States. Other teachers were poets, writers, dramatists, and mathematicians. Paul Trevigne, editor of L’Union, taught there for forty years.


School and civic leaders at the Catholic School for Indigent Orphans in the nineteenth and twentieth century honored Madame Couvent’s memory. Lanusse instituted a yearly celebration and Mass in her honor. Additionally, students made All Saints Day pilgrimages to her grave site while the school’s Board of Directors assumed responsibility for the upkeep of her tomb. Couvent later became the first native of Africa to have an Orleans Parish school named for her.
In the 1890’s, the school’s Board of Directors president Arthur Esteves and several of its members waged a legal fight against segregated railroad cars that led to the famous United States Supreme Court case of Plessy v. Ferguson. Also in the 1890’s, in the spirit of Marie C. Couvent, civic leaders Aristide Mary and Thomy Lafon left money and property in their wills to construct a new building that contained several classrooms, a large center hall, and a high basement. This school fell victim to the 1915 hurricane that completely leveled the structure.


As part of its continuing tenacity, the school resurrected in still a third building as St. Louis School, named after the brother of Mother Katherine Drexel of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament who donated funds for the rebuilding. Board of Directors member Louis Charbonnet, a Millwright Supervisor and Eerecting Engineer, supervised construction of the two-story four-bay structure with its second story front porch overlooking Dauphine. As a historic note, the first Black mayor of New Orleans, Ernest N. "Dutch" Morial, attended Holy Redeemer in this building.


The current edifice opened in 1956 as the fourth school building on the site. In the 1990’s, decreases in attendance closed Holy Redeemer. In 1995, the Society of St. Edmund saved the Couvent dream from extinction when they established Bishop Perry Middle School as a school primarily aimed at the academic development of young African American males. The school’s Director of Development, Beverly Kilbourne, expresses wonderment and appreciation at the school’s history and the support of the Marigny community.

Holy Redeemer located at 1941 Dauphine Street is one of the first schools in new Orleans built for Black kids because they were not allowed to attend any other schools

Please help us by giving back in your generous  donation to build a State of the Art School in Ghana for kids who are suppressed and in destitute situations to attend and receive an education.

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Year Round Annual Educational Trips to Ghana and Nigeria, Buy Gold, Business Opportunity

 *Immediate Honest  Business Opportunity Miners, Mining Manufacture Needed in Nigeria and Ghana, Low Investment

MEET THE TEAM

USA PRESIDENT 

Founder, CEO and Visionary for Queens of Africa United International Foundation USA and Founder and CEO Malachi's International Ministries NGO Ghana

Native Born US Citizen

Mrs. Alaina P. Mensah

1st USA VP GHANA AND AFRICA 

Katie Yaa Gregg of Los Angeles, a Nurse, 1st VP for the USA, Ghana, Africa Projects, Director for Entertainment and  Fundraising


USA TREASURER 2ND SECRETARY

Janae Guerin


GHANA AND AFRICA SECRETARY 

Christiana Bannor

MALACHI'S INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES NGO


ADVOCATE 

Jacqueline Akweley

B1/B2 USA Visa Recipient

Journalist, Event Coordinator and Advocate

     REGIONAL           DIRECTOR      GHANA

Regional Director in Ghana and Africa

Disaster Executive Michael Edward Ashie
MALACHI'S INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES NGO 


GHANA QUEEN MOTHER 

Nana Akousa Danquah Amoabea 11

B1/B2 2018 USA Visa Recipient and our Advocate

CHAPLAIN 

Apostle Timothy Newman Obupbisa Mate

B1/B2 USA Visa Recipient and our Advocate

ADVOCATE 

Joseph Amartey

Ambassador of Youth Tourism Ghana and our Advocate

ADVOCATE 

Miss. Ghana Tourism USA, Lyna Clark

Lyna Clark Foundation and our Advocate

ADVOCATE

Issah Adil B1/B2 USA Visa Recipient Founder and CEO CAVNET and our Advocate

ADVOCATE 

Journalist and Actress Susuana Quarcoo

our MC and Advocate


USA MC AND ADVOCATE

Actress, Celebrity  and Miss. Liberia

Othelia Marieh our MC and Advocate

USA EVENT COORDINATOR 

Nigeria

Mrs. JoAnn Njoku

Houston Texas

USA AND ETHIOPIA

Communication Specialist 

Los Angeles

Music Producer

Terry Lee Gregg

      USA AND              AFRICA      Executive Fundraiser 

Chastity Alexander

Alabama

Alpha Gamma Delta, Inc


USA SECRETARY 

Youlonda Muhammad

non-active


2nd USA VICE PRESIDENT 

Angie Marchado

Housing Development 

Dallas Texas

ADVOCATE

Madame Janet Edna Nayame Director of National Commission on Culture in Ghana and our Advocate
B1/B2 USA Visa Recipient

ADVOCATE

Frezwed Wmichale is a college graduate and Executive

Fundraiser and Disaster Worker for Ethiopia

    ADVOCATE

Negash Fisseha. Television and Radio station personality,  Fundraiser and Disaster Worker for

Ethiopia

       ADVOCATE

Anthony Richard Tuffour is a IT Student at the University of Ghana and Disaster Worker



 GOLD ADVOCATE

Joana Gyan Founder and CEO of Golden Empire Legacy, Joana Gyan Foundation, Disaster Executive



ADVOCATE

Isaac Bortey

Transportation Driver 

Disaster Worker

MALACHI'S INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES NGO


ADVOCATE

Isaac Nii Bortey Ninepence Mensah

Founder, Executive President of 

MALACHI'S INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES NGO Ghana

 ADVOCATE

Lyrae Norman Kinchen

International Grant Writer

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Assistant Shawn Dunbar

Sacramento CA.

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"Its Takes A Village to Raise Our Children"  Fundraiser 

pound of freshly baked  Brownie Bites $18 plus $6 shipping and paypal fee

Help us stay Self-Empowered

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"It Takes a Village to Raise our Children"  

Fund-raiser

Price includes Shipping 3-5 days

 1 pound of fresh Assorted Cookies $20 plus $6 in shipping and paypal fee


1 pound of fresh Vegan Oatmeal & Chocolate Cookies $18 plus $6 for shipping and paypal fee

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EARN MONEY YEAR ROUND WITH OUR DESSERTS FUNDRAISER-WE ARE OUR ON MANUFACTURER 

Proceeds benefits Kids in USA, Africa and other Countries
**Other Colors available for Strawberries and Toppings
The ribbons, gift box and toppings may slightly differ per picture based on artist designing
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#1-1 Dozen Autumn Fall Colorful Chocolate Dipped Oreos Cookies

$20.00 price includes priority shipping

#2-1 Dozen Assorted Chocolate Dipped Cookies  Oreos, Peanut Butter, Graham Cracker

$20.00 price includes priority shipping

#3-18-20 pieces of Assorted Chocolates and Nuts price Includes shipping, Regular 

$25.00 price includes priority shipping

#3A-18-20 pieces of Assorted Chocolates and Nuts price Includes shipping, Sugar Free 
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#4-1 Dozen Assorted Cookies  
$20.00 price includes priority shipping

#5-1 Dozen Assorted Round Brownie Bites with assorted toppings

$20.00 price includes priority shipping

#6-1 Dozen Orange Pumpkin Spice Round Brownies

$20.00 price includes priority shipping

#7-3 Autumn Fall Colorful Chocolate Dipped Apples $20.00 price includes priority shipping


#8-2 Ciroc Colorful Chocolate Dipped Apples, Ribbon different $35.27 price includes  
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 #9-2 Crown Royal Green Chocolate Dipped Apples, Ribbon different
$35.27 price includes priority shipping

#10-1 Dozen Assorted Colorful Chocolate dipped strawberries $45.00 price includes overnight shipping

#10-1 Dozen Assorted Colorful Chocolate dipped strawberries $98.05 price includes overnight shipping

#11-12 hot fresh beignet donuts, just heat and eat $20.00 price includes priority shipping


#12-3 Pumpkin Pie in  jar, heat and eat or just eat  $20.00 price includes priority shipping

 #13-2 Tis the Holiday Season, 6 Christmas Chocolate dipped strawberries, 3 dipped cookies and 2 dipped rice crispy treats
$55.00 price includes overnight shipping

#14-1/2 Dozen Ghana Colorful Chocolate dipped strawberries 1/2 Ghana dipped cookies $50.00 price includes overnight shipping

#15-1 Dozen Assorted Colorful Chocolate dipped cookies $20.00 price includes priority shipping

#16-1 pound of New Orleans Pecan Praline Candy $25.00 price includes priority shipping


#17-1 pound of Peanut Brittle  $20.00 price includes priority shipping

 #19- Tis the Holiday Season, 12 Christmas Chocolate dipped cake pops $20.00,  price includes priority shipping

DONATE ANY AMOUNT, NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL $5


WE CANNOT GROW, EMPOWER AND HELP OTHERS WITHOUT YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT PLEASE KINDLY DONATE TODAY. YOUR PERSONAL GROWTH AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS COMES FROM YOU GIVING






                                                       Be a Partner Today

                      "It takes a Village to raise our Children"


1. As a Partner  your financial support help the growth of our organization and help us teach Self Empowerment to those who are suppressed



2. Your financial support allows us to offer micro loans for business growth


3. Your financial support allows us to offer small grants to NGO's or Nonprofits


4. Your financial helps us build Tiny Homes Communities to help the destitute and Transitional homeless children and families


5. Your financial support help us feed children, families, individuals who are in poverty with no government assisted food stamps and restricted income


6. Your financial support help us pay our administration expenses and fundraiser expenses so we don't have to rely on government assistance


7. Your financial support help us travel and reach others in destitute situations with emergency aid


8. Your financial support help us purchase medicine and medical supplies to save lives to those who don't have money or medical insurance


9. Your financial support help us with nationwide shipping expenses


10. Your financial support help us keep you informed, educated and our up coming events


Partnership $636.00


Monthly Partnership $53.00

This link is to give directly to our Founder and CEO for assistance in her Missionary travel to reach others in destitute situations, ground transportation, lodging, and food expenses to assist and network with others in educating them in building an international alliance to help those in critical situations and those that are less fortunate.

She is "Giving People Hope"

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TESTIMONIALS


OTHELIA MARIEH
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LYNA CLARK

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JACQUELINE AKWELEY

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CONTACT US

Please feel free to contact us with suggestions, volunteer, donations, sponsorship, email: queensofafricausa@gmail.com Phone: 916-576-9679