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Supporting CRBC

supporting crbc
vulnerable children

​How you can participate

You can contribute to Congo Renaissance Breath Corporation's effort to assist the people of the Democratic Republic of The Congo . This country is characterized by incessant severe social crisis and low intensity wars since its independence in 1960. We are raising funds for the following project: ​Ebola, Polio , Renaissance House and project Mu_Ntu. For a complete  proposal, please email

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Join CRBC Ambassador Program

and travel to the interior of Kongo Central.

What is CRBC Ambassador Program ?


CRBC Ambassador Program (CAP) is an exclusive membership program designed for professionals, college students and retirees to share and impart their knowledge to youth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is a mentorship program where you will participate in teaching youth skills ,helping to build the campus and become socially involved to know Congo. Tambola na mokili o mona makambo! (Travel the world and you will see ) You will come to know how Dr. Galen S. Hull became so involved in the Congo.


How to join CRBC Ambassador Program ?

Fill out the request form by clicking this link .

What is the benefit of becoming a CRBC Ambassador?

Become familiar with life in the Congo, travel to DRC with other members of CAP, share your knowledge with the youth of the Congo. The youth under the age of 24 years in DRC make up 65.8% of the population. To be engaged with these youth is to be engage with the future leaders of the DR Congo. We will plan travel in the Winter and Spring starting in Spring of 2021.



Donate by credit card, debit card, online check or using your PayPal account.
(For billing addresses throughout the world.)

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Information about our organization   


CRBC is registered on November 28, 2018 in Nashville and is recognized by the state of Tennessee as a non profit organization. It received its letter of determination from the IRS on August 2, 2019 as an exempt organization from the federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 ( c) (3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to CRBC under Section 170. According to the IRS, we are qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106, or 2522. CRBC has several initiatives and is inviting the public and corporations to financially support our project initiatives. In June of 2019, we carried out our first fundraising and invited many members of the community including mayor John Cooper and in that same year, we were awarded a medal of honor by mayor Bradley. You can request project proposal here ,

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