FEEDING THE COMMUNITY OF CAPE COAST, GHANA

Evans with Ghana food
Rice for locals
Girl getting food
Local worker turned Chef
Kids eating
Dinner bowls
Kids outside


In the midst of COVID-19, locally-owned hotel Orange Beach has been shut down, and transformed into the local soup kitchen + safe haven for locals in need in Cape Coast, Ghana.


But Evans, the owner of Orange Beach, is running out of money and food stamps to feed his community. Can you help?

Thank You from Evans!

A quick message from Evans sharing how your donation to Orange Beach provides food for the Cape Coast community.

About Orange Beach + BEEZ

Orange Beach is a hostel-turned-soup kitchen in Cape Coast, the coastal town of Ghana. Independently-owned by staple citizen Evans, Orange Beach has always doubled as a favorite community hub and source of employment for the locals.

BEEZ Media founder Brit called Orange Beach “home” for nearly a month while on a research trip in Ghana in 2019. She became smitten with the wonderful Cape Coast community, and ended up designing the Orange Beach website.

Sadly, Cape Coast survives on it’s tourism industry and has been heavily impacted by the recent pandemic. Orange Beach closed in April. Evans quickly identified the need for food and a safe haven, so he began using his small savings and food stamps to buy the weekly ingredients necessary. For the last 2 months, he and his ex-employees have made a giant meal each day to share with as many children and local families as possible.

Of course, money quickly ran out, as the Ghanaian government has yet to provide any financial assistance. Evans needs help to continue feeding himself and the Cape Coast community.


Anything you can give will be deeply appreciated and directly applied to food for the Orange Beach Relief Fund. No gift is too small.


DONATE

Kids table


WE CAN’T THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR YOUR SUPPORT!


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