PROJECT AFRIKAN TALENT AMBASSADORS
Support A.T.A Mission to Provide Connection and Access to Scholarship and Professional Carriers for Talented Athletes Living in Africa
Seeking donations to aid African Talent to discover new opportunities in the US and/or around the world.
We would like to take a moment to introduce you to Project African Talent Ambassadors (A.T.A.). The purpose of A.T.A. is to distribute opportunities throughout Africa to aspiring talent in sport to turn their passion into their career.
There are millions of outstanding Talent across Africa that never get access to the same resources that Talent here have, such as college scholarships, training camps, and even professional careers, because of the remoteness and extreme poverty of much of Africa.
Every great athlete puts their whole heart and soul into their sport. Their passion shows in every basket, home run, hurdle, and goal. It’s the kindness of athletes’ families and donors that make it possible for young Talent to reach beyond the conditions of their birth to the stars.
With the generosity of donors like you, A.T.A. will set up a 501(c)3 charity, in accordance with Internal Revenue Service rules. By setting up in the United States, our organization will be an anchor near the most scholarships, sports opportunities, and college careers in the world.
Since African teams started participating in the Olympic Games, most athletic gold medals have been worn by Africans except in a few events such as the short distance running and relays. Although not all African countries are lucky enough to have such prolific athletes, the countries known to have consistently produced Olympic gold medalists are Kenya, Ethiopia, and South Africa but other nations too do it occasionally. If you love athletics, you will be familiar with some of these African names that have made their countries proud:
- Stephen Kiprotich. This Ugandan made his country proud when he won a gold medal in the marathon. That’s not all; he also won 2012 Olympic Games bagging Gold
- Erba Tiki Galana is a 26-year-old Ethiopian princess of long distance races. she won the coveted gold medal in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in the marathon event
- David Lekuta Rudisha from Kenya is the most prolific middle-distant runner this planet has ever witness. He is the first athlete in the history of the game to run below 1:41.00 and holds three fastest, six out of eight fastest as well as half of the twenty fastest times ever recorded in the event, etc.
So far, Project African Talent Ambassadors (A.T.A) has helped so much in their mission to provide free connections and empower talented athletes from Afrika access to various scholarships and professional careers opportunities around the world.
Notwithstanding, the ambassadors view it as a great responsibility to empower Afrikan Talent through the project to become more than just a sportsman, but to challenge themselves as well for a higher purpose in life and with more significant opportunity to become leaders of tomorrow.
Furthermore, this has necessitated the urgent need to create a Non-Profit Organization here in the USA and establish a satellite office/organization in Cameroon or Senegal. As this will strengthen talented athletes in their pursuit not only to end up as athletes but also stand a better chance in other professional carriers opportunities.
However, the ambassadors of A.T.A may not achieve this enormous task without your partnership, and it is necessary you join effort with the team.
Therefore, to actualize this mission of setting up a satellite office/organization in Cameroon or Senegal, the Ambassadors of hope for our “Afrikan Talent” seek to raise $100000 for the project. Do you mind contributing to this noble cause? Your contribution of any amount is enough to start this project.
Remember, if you can share this with your network; it is a plus to us in reaching out to our huge supporters all over the world.
Your contribution can help achieve a solution!