On Friday, April 12th, SUA teamed up with St. John's and St. Francis to host a volleyball game to benefit Project Africa. The fundraiser, held in the SUA Field House, was a success with $900 donated towards building wells in Africa.
Project Africa Global, lnc. (PAG) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that collaborates globally for the development of sustainable solutions and programs that improve the health and socio-economic conditions of people worldwide, regardless of race, creed, color, or religion. An out-growth of Project Africa (an organization formed under the umbrella of the Economic Development Fund Foundation in 1997), PAG was established in 2005, and now carries its own 501(c)(3) non-profit status and is recognized as a charitable organization in the States of California and Pennsylvania.
PAG programs operate on the belief that socio-economic well-being is achieved through the development of strong and healthy communities. Our organization and volunteers work in concert with local and international organizations to develop programs that provide long-term solutions for addressing urgent health issues, particularly for underrepresented and marginalized populations. The longevity and wide-spread success of our programs, both in the U.S. and abroad, is delineated by our approach for building programs that place communities, youth, and health education at the center of all activity.