• Overview

    With the aim of achieving corporate social responsibility, Sunshine Philanthropy Foundation was founded under the civil societies and charity Agency of Democratic Republic of Ethiopia with registration number 1729 in 2009. The foundation is committed to enhancing lives of socially disadvantaged, children with inadequate family support, young adults as well as families with low income. Sunshine Philanthropic Foundation has invested over 55 million Birr to build three schools in three regional states of Ethiopia, while the 4th school is under construction in Amhara regional state, Mehal-Meda town. Sunshine Philanthropy Foundation Elderly Care Center has the capacity to be a home for 730 homeless elderly people and started its function in September 2023. Currently, there are 1200 children and young adults from which 556 are girls, who are benefiting from the Philanthropic and social support that Sunshine Philanthropy Foundation provides.

  • Mission

    Change the lives of the poorest families’ children and homeless elderly people through holistic social support that educationally empowers the young generation and provides safe home for the homeless elderly people.

  • Vision

    Break the cycle of poverty through the power of creative formal education and care.

  • Schools

    2010- Nekemte Sunshine Philanthropy School -Oromia Region

    2011- Axum Sunshine Philanthropy School -Tigray Region 

    2012- Agena Sunshine Philanthropy School -Southern Region

    Under construction-Mehal-Meda Sunshine Philanthropy Foundation School -Amhara Region

  • Elderly Center

    Sunshine Philanthropy Foundation Addis Ababa’s Elderly  Care Center
    is constructed at 67 million budget. The center will be a home for 250 Christian and 250 Muslim homeless elderly people.
    The Center opened its doors in September 2023 to provide holistic social support for the elderly.

This center will be financed by the income generated from the commercial building.

Management Team

Helen Samuel
Executive Officer and Chairwoman


Samson Tesfaye
Foundation Manager