Not Alone / Pas Seul project to feed imprisoned victims of homophobia
The Not Alone / Pas Seul project raises money that is used to provide supplementary food to prisoners in Cameroon who are serving time solely for whom they love -- specifically for violating Cameroon's anti-homosexuality law. Without the food deliveries, they risk malnutrition because they receive only one scanty meal per day and no help from their families, who have disowned them.
Donations to the project are tax-deductible through the St. Paul's Foundation for International Reconciliation, a 501 (c) 3 U.S charity (California 80-0647355) working to advance LGBTI equality and acceptance, especially in Africa and the Caribbean, through media advocacy.
For more information on earlier deliveries through the project, read articles about the Not Alone / Pas Seul project in the Erasing 76 Crimes blog.