In Ghana, there are a large number of non-governmental organizations, each with its own unique purpose and perspective. When compared side by side, the majority of them share the same mission and vision, or one that is quite similar to it. Their main goal is to help students who are poor but have a lot of talent, as well as street boys and older people who, for various reasons, can’t find work.

On the other hand, the Lord Rayden Foundation is an organization that pursues a vision and objective that is entirely unique. Let’s get familiar with a few basic facts regarding this illustrious organization in a hurry, and then we can move on to discussing its goals and aspirations.


In honor of his late brother, Ghanaian national Kaicy Amo-Darkwah, based in the United States of America, established the Lord Rayden Foundation as a non-profit organization dedicated to philanthropic giving. The foundation is named after the late Lord Rayden. The goal of this group is to help the families of security service workers who have died on the job by giving them medical care, legal help, social help, or money.

The foundation has engaged the services of legal practitioners, financial experts, tax specialists, and health care specialists in order to ensure that bereaved individuals can have easy access to the expertise support that would otherwise be difficult to access in such circumstances. This collaboration has taken place with professional organizations and non-profit organizations. Beneficiaries of the foundation and their families are able to deal with the difficulties that come with losing a loved one and, in most cases, the main source of income for the family, because the foundation offers practical advice, help, and training.


Mr. Evans Amo-Darkwah, better known as Lord Rayden, was born on October 24, 1986 in Tamale to Mr. Francis Kofi Amo and Mrs. Veronica Amo. He is popularly known as “Lord Rayden.” After a while, his parents relocated to Kumasi, Ghana, and it was there that he and his five younger siblings spent their formative years.

Lord Rayden received his primary education in the year 2002 from the 2 Brigade Basic School, where he graduated with honors and with the highest possible grade point average. After getting into the Kumasi National Vocational Training Institute, he went to school in Obuasi, in the Amanse Municipality, where he chose to major in Information Technology.

In 2008, he became a member of the Ghana Armed Forces and, after finishing his basic training with flying colors, he was sent to work in the base workshop.

As a result of his perseverance and effort, he was chosen to be one of the officers who went to Lebanon to maintain peace with the United Nations Interim Forces (UNIFIL) GHANBATT 72. This was a great honor for him. He had a loving marriage to his cherished wife, Mavis Akua-wusuah, and they had a lot of happiness together. On the 28th of May 2016, Lord Rayden tragically lost his life while serving as a barracks patrol officer.


Their goal is to help people who have lost a loved one in the line of duty as SECURITY SERVICE PERSONNEL serving their country by giving them the support and professional advice they need to get over their loss.


Their vision is to establish a framework and a physical location that will foster healing and post-traumatic growth by providing an atmosphere that is amenable to these processes. The loss of a service member in the line of duty is almost always a calamitous event, and one of their primary goals is to ensure that the families of those service members receive the basic and specialized help they require to cope with the tragedy. They want to draw attention to the fact that people in their region of the world do not have access to amenities of this kind.


Their primary purpose is to develop a network of medical, legal, and financial professionals in Ghana who will provide practical support to families and individuals who are coping with the loss of a loved one who served in the military. Additionally, the foundation will work toward the goal of making and influencing decisions that will have an immediate and direct impact on the lives of those who have been bereaved or orphaned as a result of such situations. Our ultimate goal is to work together with other non-governmental organizations in Africa, the United States of America, and the rest of the world to find solutions to the problems that widows, widowers, and the dependents of service members face after their loved ones have been killed in the line of duty. In addition, the foundation has a list of more specific goals, which can be found below.


  1. To assemble the necessary network of specialized professionals,
  2. Through the public relations of the above-mentioned security services, it is not possible to raise money to help people.
  3. To provide mental health support in dealing with issues involving bereavement and corollary challenges.
  4. To offer legal counsel on issues pertaining to inheritance, including conflicts and rights associated with widowhood and orphanhood.
  5. To teach and educate people in areas related to their financial skills, such as business, craftsmanship, budgeting, and dealing with debt.
  6. To establish themselves as a point of reference for widows and other groups that provide help.
  7. To instill a sense of comfort and gratitude for the brave men who serve in our security forces and to create a sense of security to the public.
  8. To ultimately introduce social support guidelines for dealing with bereavement based upon the experience of our network of experts.
  9. To design programs that will educate how trainers and educators tackle challenges related to bereavement in education and training.
  10. To improve health as a way to help people who have lost a loved one, taking into account the social needs of widows and the children they raise.
  11. To offer financial and educational support to those who have just lost a loved one.


There is no reasonable doubt that the Lord Rayden Foundation is the best charitable NGO in Ghana due to the fact that they provide a unique service which no other NGO in Ghana is providing. They are one in a million when it comes to the service they provide. Thank you for reading!