African Orphans Foundation
"n 1953 Louise Dana helped establish La Piccola Casa di San Antonio in Rome, Italy, to provide care and education for girls orphaned by World War II. Fifty years later, Italy is a wealthy country, and there is no longer a need for the orphanage. Rather than abandon this important mission, our focus was redirected to Africa and our name was changed to the African Orphans Foundation.
"The African Orphans Foundation became officially incorporated into Africa in 2003 and is recognized as a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Since 2004 we have provided education, food, clothing, and shelter for orphaned girls in Africa. Over the years we have continued to grow and expand and are currently operating in Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda. " 
Accessed June 2010: 
- Donald E. Dana - President and Founder
- Natalie A. Dana - Treasurer and Founder
- Danielle M. Dana - Secretary and Founder
- Brad Goodhart - Trustee
- Paddy Moore-Goodhart - Trustee
- Alan Almquist - Advisor
Resources and articles
- ↑ About, African Orphans Foundation, accessed June 12, 2010.
- ↑ Leadership, African Orphans Foundation, accessed June 12, 2010.