"We are changing the lives of women on the face of Earth one female at a time'" KD.
We are the proud supporters of children, socially and economically disadvantaged women and girls.
Afri(K)que is showcasing works of art made by women full of creativity and displaying them at fairs, hospitals, schools, jewelry parties, area celebrations and much more.
Afri(K)que's purpose is to address, educate, coordinate and provide aid to poor females in order to fight against hunger and poverty.
We're a local nonprofit that supports so many different causes: Springfield Public Schools, Monson Public Schools,Springfield Rescue Mission, St. Cecilia's Church Wilbraham, Christina's House,Baystate Wing Auxiliary, A.W.A.K.E., Boy Scouts,Girls Scouts,A-Dog, Miss Glitz and Glam, Angels Take Flight,Miss America Women of Service, Silent Auctions and more.
Our works are showing through articles, websites and shows we've been featured on.
In January 2013, "Artful Hands" in The Advocate on www.aft.ma.net
In March 2013, "A Mission To Help" on www.ceoblognation.com about the topic: How Did You Come Up With Your Business Name?
In June 2014, Afri(K)que was interviewed by www.lionessmagazine.com. That summer the Founder and the Afri(K)que models were honored to be a guest and business spotlight on MPact TV.
In February 2015, Afri(K)que presented a preview of their International Women's Day on 22 News Mass Appeal. Go to our Facebook Page: Afrikque Limited to view this!
On March 8th, ABC40 News was live at our event to share with the community. Also, that same day, Doug Farmer the editor of Journal Register (serving Palmer, Monson,...) was on hand to present a beautiful article about our mission and works in our community!
Afri(K)que is so blessed to have all of this support.
Thanks to St. Cecilia's Women's Club, Wilbraham and our annual International Women's day Celebration we collected donations of toiletries and toys for women and children in need.
We would like to thank each and every one of you and wish you and your family a successful 2019!