Who We Are

Who We Are: "We are a collaboration of families of African Traditional practitioners coming together to venerate our Ancestors for the perpetual healing of our communities."

About our favicon: Fawohodie, an adinkra symbol meaning the "symbol of independence, freedom, emancipation". From the expression: Fawodhodie ene obre na enam. Literal translation:
"Independence comes with its responsibilities."

You Can Help

Would you like to help?

Depending on your resources, time and availability, there are many ways to help us have the grandest year of Ancestor Celebration. 

You could make it known to us that you want to be a part of the Keepers of the Way Committee. 

We would also appreciate volunteers to assist with our Never Forgotten, 2022. Contact Ìyá Omiládé via our contact page or in the comment below.

Here is what you can do:  

1. Donate money--To do this, press the button that says DONATE in the LEFT-HAND column on this and every page or give through Cash App: $keepersoftheway
We are a 501-C-3 and you will receive a donation letter for tax purposes.

2. Volunteer--We always need people to help but we know that your time may be limited. Our volunteer jobs are specific, time-limited and are crucial to our success.

Here is a list of the volunteers that we need for this year's Celebration. Check it out. You may find something that you can do for your Ancestors and us this year on or before June 27, 2021.

On Event day: 

2 volunteers to arrive early by 9:30 to help set up
2 volunteers to rotate sitting at the welcome table, signing people in, and orienting people to the event

2 volunteers to help with the vendor area

2 volunteers to set up signs
2 volunteers to assist in break-down and cleanup

To sign up to volunteer, please get in touch by going to the contact page and sending us an email. Thank you for your assistance

1 comment:

  1. I am willing to assist with set up early in the morning and clean up after the event.


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