Sponsorship Programs and Outreach Efforts are working in these Countries:

  • Belize*
  • Benin Republic
  • Cameroun
  • China**
  • Congo (Brazzaville)
  • Congo Republic
  • Ghana
  • Guatemala
  • Ivory Coast
  • Kenya
  • Liberia
  • Malawi
  • Netherlands**
  • Nigeria
  • Philippines**
  • Rwanda
  • Senegal
  • Sierra Leone
  • South Africa Republic
  • Spain**
  • Sudan
  • Tanzania
  • Togo
  • Uganda
  • United States

    * Ongoing, developing contacts.
    ** Some sponsored missioners have served.

  • CFC # 50678



    Save the Date!

    Amen Foundation's
    25th Anniversary Celebration
    Washington DC.

    Saturday, March 14, 2015

    Ethnic menu: for foods and drinks,
    Music & Dance, Awards, Thanksgiving.


    In less than a year, this Foundation will celebrate its 25th Anniversary. This journey began in March 1990 in the heart of Washington DC. From there and since then, the blessings of this Christian mission have been shared in over 30 countries. Although Catholic at heart, the Amen Foundation has embraced and blessed people of different religions, and continues to break through glass ceilings and human-made barriers. As Scripture says, “behold, I am making all things new.” Again!

    Some of the ways that the mission of this Foundation has been expressed include: promotion and support for religious vocations and ministries; outreach support in health, education, and general human development; support for missionaries serving in remote areas of our world, mostly in Africa; hospitality and support for student-missionaries; promotion of human development efforts through ministry support; support for specialized training of religious community leaders; counseling and guidance for missionaries.

    The Amen Foundation home office in Washington DC has served as location for much of the outreach to many African missionaries who arrived in this region of the US for sabbatical, for graduate studies, for ministry assignments, and for other purposes. Their presence and ministries have reached out to many pastoral and service areas of the region, and thus demonstrating some of the blessings that the African Church can offer the world Church. Our Washington Neighborhood Outreach programs have over the years also offered assistance to families and refugees and new immigrants; providing guidance, materials and supplies. The Foundation therefore has both a spiritual and a humen development mission.

    The Amen Foundation will continue to identify and affirm very transformative ministries of modern day religious women and men who serve our world as prophets so that our Church and society can benefit more fully in the blessings that exist.

    We welcome you and invite you to learn more about our work!
    We need your financial support.

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