A Voice of Compassion for Africa
2013... AND STILL GOING STRONG
Welcome to the official website of the African Awareness Campaign.
We hope it informs you about our Campaign, describes the hardships faced by the African peoples we help, and persuades you to support our cause.
The African Awareness Campaign (AAC) was founded in March 2000 as a grassroots, faith-based network of compassionate, concerned citizens who wanted to come to the aid of indigenous peoples in sub-Saharan Africa. Under the leadership of founder Dr. Steven V. Terry, the AAC undertakes projects to help feed, clothe, educate, and provide medical supplies to indigenous peoples.
As a fully-accredited 501(c)3 organization today, the AAC runs a number of programs in townships in South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. In the United States, the AAC seeks to raise public awareness of the hardships facing African peoples, and lead fundraising efforts to support its programs.
We hope you will find our mission compelling and consider joining our cause.
DR. STEVEN V. TERRY
I appreciate your response to this great call of need, for the people of Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and South Africa continue to struggle daily to survive. Their need for our assistance is immediate and extreme.
As pastor of Deliverance Tabernacle Church, I had the opportunity to visit these countries in February of 2000, just before floods and cyclones severely damaged Mozambique. While there, I saw people living in little, one-room houses made of mud, cardboard, sticks and scraps of trash.
You can give to the AAC with the confidence of knowing that every penny given goes directly to Africa to meet the goals and objectives stated by our President, Dr. Steven Terry.