The “Chance for Children Verein Schweiz” is a non-profit association based in Gommiswald according to article 60ff of the Swiss Civil Code. The association is politically and denominationally neutral.   The association bases its support on the needs of the street children in Accra, regardless of religion, ethnicity or gender. It aims at providing street children the opportunity to take control of their lives by supporting them materialistically and emotionally, so they can experience love and safety, and receive an education and professional training. The goal is that former street children can live self-determined and independent lives.

Statues of CFC Association Switzerland (German, pdf, ca. 84 KB).

Membership fee

– CHF 40.- for individual members

– CHF 60.- for couples/families

– CHF 100.- for companies  

If you are interested in joing us, please fill out the Declaration of Enrolment (German).

General Assembly

The annual General Assembly has taken place on the 25th of August 2017 in Switzerland.


CFC Members

Login for Members (German)





Watch our new video:

Children Reunited (4/5)

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Our CHRISTMAS PRODUCTS are ready to order! Together with the kids of Chance for Children we have produced beautiful recyclet and handmade christmas products. You can order them online with the reply card below.


 Reply Card for ordering the Christmas Products


1999: Registration as International NGO

2000: Support of children in the family house of Amon in La

2001: Construction and occupation of the Boys Home in Hebron

2002: Construction of drum and wood workshop in Hebron

2005: House in La becomes the Girls Home, House Hebron becomes Boys Home.

2008: Inauguration of Drop-In Centre in Jamestown

2009: Opening of Girls’ Home in Jamestown

2011: Opening of Girls’ Home in Hebron

2012: Opening of second Girls’ Home in Hebron

2013: Opening of third Girls’ Home in Hebron

2014: 15th anniversary of Chance for Children

2015: Opening of the new Drop-In Centre in Abossey Okai

2017: Focus on reintegration of children