GUBA Foundation supports community events and help create experiences that transform lives.

Autism Awareness & Acceptance (AAA) Exhibition – April 2024

Tuesday 9th April – Private view by invitation only

Wednesday 10th – Saturday 13th April- Open for public viewing. Free entry

Join us at The Tabernacle Art Gallery, 34-35 Powis Sq, Notting Hill, London W11 2AY.

Featuring award-winning 11-year old GUBA Rising Star and multi-disciplinary artist, Ama Antwiwaa Amponsah. The AAA exhibition seeks to highlight and celebrate extraordinary talent and raise awareness around autism.

Sunday 5th November 2023, 5.30-11.30 p.m. BST

GUBA Awards 2023 : Honoring Beacons of Excellence and Inspiration !

Date: 5th November 2023

Venue: JW Mattiott Grosvenor House, Park Lane, W1K 7TN London

Secure your tickets at: www.gubawards.com

For more information visit: www.gubaaward.co.uk

Wednesday 25th October 2023, 6.00-9.00 p.m. BST
 
Support Our Initiative to Decriminalize Suicide in Africa!
 
Africa is facing with a rising suicide crisis, prompting one country to label it an epidemic. We are grateful that our homeland, Ghana, is now part of the countries decriminalizing suicide to save lives. Yet, Africa still bears the highest suicide rate globally, with 77% occurring in low-and-middle-income nations, says WHO. GUBA Foundation is honored to be a part of the collaborative endeavor between GUBA Diaspora Network and Lifeline International, a prominent civil society organization based in Australia. Lifeline International is dedicated to crisis and helpline services, focusing on suicide prevention and child protection in Africa.

Together, we aim to “Decriminalize Suicide Worldwide,” addressing legal barriers in suicide prevention efforts, especially among African youth and young men.

Let’s unite to protect our future generations.

Sunday 5th November 2023, 5.30 -11.30 p.m. BST

Your support has the power to change lives !

The highly anticipated GUBA Awards 2023 will be held on 5th November 2023, at the luxurious JW Marriott Grosvenor House in Mayfair, London.  

The Grow Unite Build Africa (GUBA) Nominee Launch reception was an incredible evening held at the House of Commons on 22nd September. We were inspired by stories from outstanding individuals and partners across the Diaspora and Africa. At the heart of the GUBA Foundation’s initiatives is the ‘Autism: I Am Not a Stigma’ awareness campaign, highlighted by our trustee, Yvonne Abba-Opoku. Join us in making a difference and learn more about our initiatives and impact at the GUBA Awards 2023.

Be part of a spectacular celebration of African heritage and black excellence. Your support means the world to us. Learn more at www.gubaawards.com. See you there! 

8th – 12th January 2024

Calling All Compassionate Nurses Worldwide!

Embark on a unique opportunity for nurses worldwide who aspire to volunteer abroad. Join the GUBA Foundation on a transformative 2-week volunteering programme at selected hospitals and clinics in Accra, Ghana. This experience offers a chance to enhance your skills and expand your knowledge. It will expose you to challenging situations, where you will learn to navigate limited resources while striving to deliver exceptional care and service.

Nurse volunteers 2019 share their experiences:

“Although only 2 weeks, the programme was insightful I left wanting and thinking that I
want to do more”

Together, Let’s Heal the World ! Sign up on: https//www.surveymonkey.com/r/gfnurses