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Background:

J-COMMIT’S JUST LAND (JUST COMMIT LIMITED) commits 100% of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)  to support the Just Commit Foundation.

Just Commit Foundation is not-for-profit organization established under the Companies Act 1963 (Act 179) Regulations of a Company Limited by Guarantee. Our Vision is to serve as the backbone of sustainable development  by leveraging Innovation to ensure youth and children development  in Ghana.

Activities:These include Fund raising; Organizing and Attending Projects and Programs; Scientific Research Projects; Collection, Processing and Use of research data for informed decision making to support youth and children development.

Program Goals:

A Community: In which young people are actively engaged towards its development.

That seeks to integrate young people in their developmental agenda.

In which young people are provided a platform to contribute their quota to development as it also seeks to nurture their potentials.

Our Core Areas of Competency include:

Education, Community Engagement, Youth Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Youth Employment, Advocacy, Environmental Issues, Health and providing opportunities for the Disabled.

Our Core Values are: Openness, Respect, Teamwork, Integrity and Caring.

Organizational Structure:

It comprises of Board of Directors and President which is responsible for coordinating the management team of the organization.

Our Most Relevant Achievements:

MTN Heroes of Change: Raising funds of ₵100, 000 to support the Research Utilization School for the Deaf (RUSFORD) through nomination, campaigning and supporting the Founder of the school, Genevieve Basigha as the Winner of MTN Heroes of Change, Season III.

 ‘Don’t Wait Till Christmas’ Programme: We have donated and raised funds and provisions worth Gh ₵ 10, 000 (about € 2000) from AngloGold Ashanti, individuals and churches.

Mentorship: The Add Line Foundation has been supported to organize three programs in partnership with the Obuasi Municipal Library and other institutions to train at least 100 basic school students on Public Speaking, Creative Writing and Comprehension.