About the LKBF

Founded by the visionary couple, Lamin & Kadie Bah, the foundation operates in West Africa and worldwide with a focus on education, healthcare, and mentorship.

It's all about giving Back

Since 2015, our mission has been to transform underserved neighborhoods into self-sustaining, prosperous communities by facilitating access to education, healthcare, and mentorship in Sierra Leone & Guinea.

Love, faith, and our commitment to giving back drives our determination to improve the quality of life for the communities that need it most. Help our mission by donating today or becoming a volunteer.

By donating today or becoming a volunteer, you can play a vital role in helping us realize our mission of transforming underserved neighborhoods into self-sustaining, prosperous communities in Sierra Leone and Guinea.

Your donation will have a direct impact on the lives of individuals and families in these communities. It will enable us to implement and expand our educational initiatives, ensuring that children and adults have access to quality education. Your support will help us build schools and provide educational resources, empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to create a better future for themselves and their communities.

Additionally, your contribution will make a difference in the healthcare sector. Lack of access to proper medical care is a significant challenge in Sierra Leone & Guinea. With your donation, we can establish medical facilities, provide essential medical supplies and equipment, and support healthcare professionals in delivering much-needed services. By improving healthcare access, we can enhance the overall well-being and quality of life for those in need.

Volunteering is another powerful way to support our mission. As a volunteer, you can directly engage with the communities we serve, offering your time, skills, and expertise to make a meaningful impact. Whether you have experience in teaching, healthcare, mentorship, or other relevant areas, your involvement can bring about positive change and inspire others to do the same. By becoming a volunteer, you can contribute to the personal growth and development of individuals, empowering them to overcome challenges and create a brighter future.

We firmly believe in the power of love, faith, and giving back. It is these values that drive our determination to uplift underserved communities and improve quality of life. With your support, we can continue to make a tangible difference and create lasting change.

Join us today in our mission to transform underserved neighborhoods into self-sustaining, prosperous communities. Donate or become a volunteer, and together, let’s build a future filled with hope, opportunities, and empowerment.

Lamin Bah

Lamin Bah, is the co-founder of the Lamin & Kadie Bah Foundation. He is a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Sierra Leone. He now calls Georgia home with his wife Kadie and their two children. Lamin is truly a first-generation Sierra Leonean American business success story who does not forget his humble beginnings.

Lamin Bah is also the Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Global Clothing Industries, LLC (GCI) located in Atlanta, GA. The company began in January of 2006 with 8 employees. GCI now has over 150 employees and exports to 6 of the 7 continents in the World. Under his leadership, Lamin has taken special interest and personal involvement by participating in the coaching and aid of many entrepreneurs and business individuals..

About Lamin Bah

Lamin strongly believes and acts on his social responsibility to share his success with the less fortunate. He has helped many people start and maintain businesses in Africa, providing and sustaining jobs and quality of life. He founded the Lamin and Kadie Bah Foundation, which aims to help people worldwide. Those initiatives include building water wells, rebuilding schools, mentoring children, and funding medical mission trips.

Kadie Bah

Kadie Bah is co-founder of the Lamin and Kadie Bah Foundation, which provides help to people Worldwide. Those initiatives include building water wells, rebuilding schools, mentoring children, and funding medical mission trips. During the Ebola crisis, people were dying of starvation because the trade markets in the affected areas of Sierra Leone were cut-off from receiving food and medicine. Kadie & Lamin sent large quantities of food and medicine to residents and communities that had been ravaged by the Ebola virus. In 2019, the foundation established the Lamin & Kadie Bah Academy, which hosts 350 students in the Northern part of Sierra Leone. The school provides 100% free education, uniforms, and school supplies to its students. The learning experience includes computer labs along with solar generated power.

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