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Our Mission


Our organization is striving for a community and a world free of hypertension, by fighting hypertension, kidney and heart diseases, heart disease, pressure, and undiagnosed hypertension. 

Education sessions also support the community and the world. We will be focusing on underprivileged families in the world to eliminate disparities in healthcare.  

We partner with local churches and other non-profit organizations that are focused on providing services that are filling the gaps in healthcare for the needy. We will implement this strategy by identifying the gaps and filling those gaps in the healthcare needs of the poor and underserved.


We will embark on a public campaign through churches and other religious organizations located within our area of focus. Working with our partners and other support organizations, we will strive to find and support people in the community who need help by helping them navigate their health and other challenges. We will organize outreach and information campaigns within our focus area. In addition, we will provide health education materials targeted at our focus segments.

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We will be providing health and wellness services to the underserved in our community. I will be offering a free food drive and a food bank. We will also be offering free medication samples for people who are not able to afford their medications due to poverty, unemployment or lack of insurance. We will give away clothing for the needy. We will also be putting on free health clinics to monitor and check their blood pressure, blood sugar, and educate them on how to maintain their health.

Our President 

My name is Charity Kwartengmaah, ADN, BSN, MSN, ICU RN. I started this nonprofit as a registered nurse in about a year ago when I identified a significant gap in health maintenance and health education for underserved people in the community. I want to use my organization to be a bridge and help those that need some of these essential things in life. I will be utilizing my years

of experience in healthcare to assist the poor and underserved communities. I will also bring in other healthcare professionals to deliver services and support.


Medical Director

Mr. Collins Kwateng is the president of the City of Hope Hearts and Vascular Center, in Dublin Georgia. He studied Medicine at the Boonshoft School of Medicine in Fairborn OH and acquired his Doctorate of Medicine at Umass Medical school in Worcester MA. 

Before that he stidied Biological Science and and pre-med at University of Massachetts in Boston MA. in addition to Cadiovascular Disease fellowship at Cedar Sinai  internal Medicine Residency at Emery University

2023 Medical Trip to Ghana Team


Danielle Palmieri RN, BSN, CCRN


Ransford Oppong, Registered Nurse, 17 Years experience 


Ivy Hammond BSN, RN Psychiatry, Acute Rehab and Homecare since 1999


My name is Molly Roveto. I am a graduate from Salem State University where i received my BSN degree. I work in an acute rehabilitation hospital where i help rehabilitate patients to move toward a more independent level and get them as close to their baseline as possible. I also educate patients how to maintain a healthier lifestyle and how to cope and adjust to their new way of living after a life changing medical event.

Nana Afua Yeboah. Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, RN-BSN, MSN


Dr. Aaron Amartey MBCHB Cape Coast Teaching Hospital 

 I am Obeng Serebour, a final year medical student currently doing my clinical rotations at South Texas health system in McAllen TX. I have always been interested in primary care and opportunities to to help people navigate to good health and stay healthy.

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