How To Help:


THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!


  1. BulletDonate funds: You can help us make a difference in East Africa by making a donation which will be used to provide direct relief to people with albinism. To make a donation via PayPal, please click here. PayPal charges a 2.9% transaction fee on all donations. If you prefer to write a check directly to us, please make it out to Asante Mariamu Foundation and send it to: 3525 S. 8th Street, Arlington, Virginia, 22204.


  1. BulletBe a friend of Asante Mariamu for $10 a month to help each person with albinism in East Africa has sun protective gear, low vision adaptive devices, and the children have books and school supplies. To make a secure monthly donation, go to Razoo.com


  1. BulletWrite a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton urging her to speak out on behalf of people with albinism in East Africa. This link will take you to the State Department website where letters and comments can be made. If you need help expressing your thoughts, here is a sample letter: Dear Secretary of State Clinton.pdf


  2. BulletWrite a letter to the United States President Barack Obama urging him to speak out on behalf of people with albinism in East Africa. This link will take you to the White House website where letters and comments can be made. If you need help expressing your thoughts, here is a sample letter: Dear President Obama.pdf


  1. BulletVolunteer your time. We are always looking to grow our community with people with ideas and connections with the media, all branches of government and corporations. Contact us!


  1. Asante Mariamu is a registered non-profit organization, and is exempt from taxes under Section 501(c)(3). We registered as a non-profit corporation in February 2010, and we are incorporated in the State of Delaware. Please contact us if you have further questions about this.

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