African Methodist Episcopal Church Service and Development Agency

AME-SADA is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life in Africa and the Caribbean. AME-SADA grew out of the collective efforts of several primary individuals -- Bishop John Hurst Adams, Bishop Frederick C. James, Ms. Wilburn Boddie, Reverend Lonnie Johnson, Dr. Joseph McKinney and the support of Bishop Donald G. K. Ming. It was their desire to strengthen the mission of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in the lives of people overseas. Since its founding 28 years ago, AME-SADA has demonstrated the implementation of its mission, "Helping People Help Themselves", by providing essential assistance to those in need through health, micro-credit and education programs, as well as emergency humanitarian aid in Africa and Haiti.

1134 11th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States
Issue Areas: 
Economic Development, Education, Health
Haiti, South Africa
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