SME Relief Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Ghana whose founding is based on the realization that SME entrepreneurship is vital to creating jobs and enhancing the quality of life of all people.
The Foundation's objective is to support the SME entrepreneur with the resources he needs to develop his business ideas and knowledge and skills more expeditiously for the good of society.
The Foundation is based in Accra and was founded by Samuel Apea-Danquah and registered as a public charity foundation with registration number G-26,060 under the Ghana company's code 1963 (Act 179) in October 2008.
Although many NGOs tend to help the deprived and oppressed in society, SME Relief Foundation is focused on energizing the 'business lights' in society (no matter their status) with the expectation that they would lift society by their socio-economic activities. In other words, the Foundation seeks to provide the support that keeps giving and keeping the foundations of economies strong through the creation of jobs and the provision of quality products and services.
The Foundation's mission is to support SME entrepreneurship for sustainable development.
The organizations' vision is to be the organization that provides the fostering and support needed to churn out more successful SME entrepreneurs.