Join Our Team 

West2West is committed to the liberation of ALL Afrikan People, including women, children, and those who are gender nonconforming—it is by this principle that all West2West activities and members shall be guided by. To join our team, please submit a completed application to a W2W member near you or mail to 490 Lake Park Ave, Oakland, CA 94610.

become a partner

Collective economics and collaborative effort are key for the development of our community. To barter goods and services, co-host events/programs, exchange information, or cross promote, become a W2W partner by emailing us at sharing your individual/organization interest and objectives


All donations are tax-deductible. Click the name of the fund you wish to contribute to. Thank you!

Each One, Teach One

Each One, Reach One

Give Some, Receive Some

Honoring her legacy as an educator, activist, and former Black Panther Party, proceeds from the Ericka Huggins fund will go towards the West2West Saturday School, a free program that provides nutritional meals and a conducive, experiential learning environment for youth ages 5-18. With the support from invested community members and educators , youth in Ghana,

Sacramento and Los Angeles will be empowered and inspired to move confidently throughout their daily lives with the tools necessary to survive and thrive in their communities.

The Garvey Scholarship provides travel sponsorship to Ghana West Afrika for Black/Afrikan youth ages 13-18 whoparticipate in W2W's educational excursions. Continuing Marcus and Amy Garvey's life long commitment to unifying ALL Afrikan people through establishing the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), the largest international Afrikan Black movement in modern history,  this scholarship is awarded according to need. Our goal is to provide 10 scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each for the W2W 2019 July excursion to Ghana.

Resurrecting her revolutionary spirit and struggle against apartheid and land reform in South Afrika, the Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Fund will be used to secure resources for our general operations and direct services for the communities we serve.  Specifically to purchase medical equipment, nutritional supplements, books, food, and immediate need and ongoing assistance.



Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 10543

Oakland, CA 94610


2251 Florin Rd. Suite 50

Sacramento CA 95822

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