Our united, and individual, focus is on providing clean water.

The Colorado Coalition for African Empowerment, CCAE, works in 20 African countries. The coalition idea was introduced by our co-founders; a Procter & Gamble 35-year veteran executive, who is currently a Denver Service Corps of Retired Executives, SCORE, counselor and one of our advisors, and a former “Just Say No” International Colorado regional director, who is the current CCAE president.

Our united, and individual, focus is on providing clean water. This key element allows us to move to other issues of health and nutrition, medicine, and medical equipment and assistance, along with sanitation. Education, both vocational and academic, sustainable income generation, leadership development, as well as agricultural, technological and energy-related initiatives are also components of our programs.

“We reach over 60,000 children in 91 schools. We have also helped thousands of African individuals become economically and socially self-sufficient.”

The CCAE members, who simultaneously run their own non-profits, are talented passionate volunteers, who are leaders in their fields. Those fields represent journalism; marketing; theology; law; nursing; accounting and entrepreneurs; along with engineering; teaching; and IT.