Message of Hope

Venunye Djentuh

Venunye Djentuh

My name is Venunye Djentuh, born in Kpando Ghana. I had all my formal education in Ghana. Nothing feels more satisfying than showing care and love to those in orphanages and foster homes.

Teaching Experience



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Personal Life

A former teacher by profession, he had his training at Jasikan College of Education, then to the University of Education, Winneba Ghana, where he obtained bachelor’s Education (B.Ed.) in Mathematics and enjoyed teaching high school mathematics in Ghana before moving to the United States in 2011. His love for teaching inspired him to help his mother open and care for vulnerable children train school drop-out and youth in Ghana.

Ven is blessed with two twin daughters Laurette, and Lauretta.

While in Ghana, Ven handled everything from planning volunteers’ arrivals to and from the airport to program sites to the care and well-being of the children. Upon relocating to Connecticut, he committed to remaining a vital part of the orphanage despite the long distance. In 2020, Ryvanz-Mia Charity officially became a 501© (3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization in the United States.

With the help of our corporate partners, volunteers, individual donors, sponsors, and Ryvanz-Mia Charity staff, I believe we can together rescue many lives and improve these children’s conditions because we have already made many children’s lives better in various ways.

A quote from Carl Karcher to end my message If the money we donate helps one child or can ease the pain of one parent, those funds are well spent” – Carl Karcher. I look forward to working together with you to achieve our shared goals of transforming the lives of the underprivileged in society.

About the Founder

Ven, as affectionately called, saw the hardship these women and vulnerable children faced and understood the disparity in Ghana and its communities. Unlike the United States, they lack the needed infrastructure to lead an everyday life. Knowing he could do more, Ven devoted his passion to making life a better place for the vulnerable. He did this through various initiatives that support, feed, educate and house a foster/orphan child in need.

Career and Giving back

Ven, originally from Ghana, understands the disparity in regions devotes any time outside of his passion of working for the orphanage to caring for the elderly across the state with Companion and Homemakers, a nonmedical agency. He is proud to donate a portion of every paycheck to the vulnerable and needy children to have a quality education.

My passion and Impact