History Of FTF Ghana
“Everything we do now has an effect in the future one way or the other." What are you doing now to effect positive change in the future? June 17, 2016 started as a normal Friday in Wesley Girls' High school, Cape Coast. In the One Arts Four classroom sat 4 students who during their free period were mixing hair creams. This mixture was intended to boost hair growth ahead of the summer vacation. When the mixture was completed, a name was needed for this special booster and that's when the name For The Future was coined.
The name For The Future resonated with these girls especially Kezia Sanie who has always had a passion to start a charity organisation. So she thought why not use this name for charity instead? After all, charities are for the betterment of the society hence For The Future Ghana. Murmuring continued in the classroom about the name even as the English Language teacher; Ms. Elsie Gifty Lamptey walked in, the girls then laid down their plan before her and she offered to assist them. She ran a charity of her own known as I Was Here, so she offered to launch For the Future Ghana into the Non-Governmental Organisation sphere with a general donation at Ashiaman in collaboration with I Was Here.
And thus begun the wonderful journey of For The Future Ghana Besides Ms. Elsie Gifty Lamptey , several other teachers were introduced to the nascent For the Future Ghana, notable amongst them is Mr. Hector Kunkpeh Puldomo who encouraged the girls to go into the world and be the change they want to see. His support and trust in the goodwill of these girls fuelled their passion to grow For the Future Ghana. After the launch, countless events were held, where the team learnt and unlearnt things and the organisation grew into an epitome of generosity and goodwill in society.