Brighter –future solution improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good. Our model is simple working side by side with reliable charity communities and the affect party or parties to bring the needed aid to where it is needed the most, we find the local organizations doing the most effective work, and give them what they need to help people – whether that’s funding, material aid or volunteers.

The solutions we create for communities around the world go beyond short-term charity for a few. Since our founding, we only take on problems we know can be solved, and we do it through powerful, global collaborations because we are in the business of solving problems. We pride ourselves in the wise and judicious management of the resources entrusted to us. Providing all people, especially the world’s poor, with opportunities to lead healthy, productive lives linking compassion to effective actions by being aware of the suffering of others, understanding the causes of that suffering, and engaging in informed actions to alleviate it.


Our Mission

We constantly strive to satisfy the needs of under-served and deprived populations giving the future generations the necessary tools they need to create meaningful change in their own communities and lives. Working with partners around the world, we empower communities to recover, build resiliency and thrive in the face of pervasive obstacles during a time of unprecedented global need.

List of Services we render

How to Help

  • Make a Donation
  • Donate stock, bonds or real estate
  • Product Donation
  • Corporate partners/sponsorship

Our Partners

To restrict your donation to a specific disaster or campaign, please indicate your preference using the drop-down menu and/or comment box below. To support all disaster relief efforts please select the “areas most in need” option. If you indicate a restriction, your gift will be directly and fully allocated to that cause.

We provide an outreach programs designed to provide an efficient client advocates designed specifically for the linking of troubled individuals with the needed services in times of crisis the program comprises of the following services available for the following needs:

  • food and clothing
  • translation/interpretation
  • medical/dental care
  • material resources
  • link to education and job opportunities
  • link to available community resources

Our case management program is designed with the purpose of working with clients in need identifying issues, problem solve, and together create a plan to address long term needs and transform lives. As an advocate for the client, the case manager will help the client obtain available community resources. The goal of case management services is to work with clients to help them attain a greater degree of selfsufficiency and overall improvement in their lives


Our counseling program entails the availability of experienced counselors on request helping clients in need deal with depression, anxiety, trauma, behavior issues, relationship problems, attachment issues, grief, domestic violence, adjustment to illness, post-adoption emotions, and many other issues.

We offer professional counseling for individuals, couples and families, in need

Bf solution group actively Funds and support charity driven projects across the globe by funding a range of front-line service deliveries, through to policy influencing and narrative changes. The organizations and projects we support often exists against all odds and are not only financially but also morally supported by our funding. As an organization independent of government funding, churches or other institutions, we are completely free to determine our own course and political position. By funding controversial projects and sticking our necks out where other organizations feel uncomfortable, we try to make maximal use of our independence.

We offer a data analysis service which is designed to assist with the development and maintaince of existing and new projects by offering the necessary assistance with existing systems and procedures in addition with supported by our team of research experts. We work on providing information’s that authenticate your philanthropic strategy, corporate social responsibility policies, or recipient evaluation practices.

At bf solution group our relief and planning team’s goal involves the efficient utilization of time between disaster and recovery. We consider the best approaches to achieve our come goal by reducing the need for recovery in the first place. Our partners, clients & donors have set a record of giving for disaster relief while seeking our guidance to enhance their philanthropic impact. Following a disaster, it is common for damages to occur to properties our relief planning and finance team is equipped to provide victims with the needed financial help being rendered in the form of loans, donations and the need assistance legally in claim all forms of tax relief.

Our refugee settlement team works with refugees in achieving legal status and economic self-sufficiency, as well as, becoming integrated and becoming fully active across the various social and civic life of the various communities they have chosen to settle in.

We constantly partner with public and private non-profit agencies to support social integration of refugees & asylees ensuring the provision of social services that help refugees become self-sufficient as quickly as possible after their arrival in their new country of residence. We address specific health challenges of refugees, by directing and providing the necessary guidance, resources and oversight for medical assistance, initial medical screening and health and mental health consultation needed by the refugees

Our approach towards charity

We determine our success on a certain project through real time occurrence0 and current ground changes. Our approach towards any given situation or task employ’s three essential steps:

  • identification,
  • Implementation,
  • Repetition & Multiplication


For us identification covers a broad range of procedures involving (data gathering, analysis, strategy development and risk assessment) starting with data. We conduct independent research and drawing on the latest technology and techniques developing new insights, ideas and blue prints on how to tackle the presented situation be it on what may be considered a small scale up to a much larger scale. Our efficient identification process analysis identifies and unveils both risk and opportunities, implying smart strategies bringing the needed help to where it may be needed anywhere across the globe. We focus our efforts on affected, influential and emerging parties of whom help and charitable assistance will be
sustainability achieved.


The result of the identification process gives birth to the next stage which is implementation which involves the using of gathered research data, formulating strategies towards achieving the task which in most cases life depending. the Majority of our assistance and contributions have gone out to influence government policies, business strategies, and civil society actions. We have tested projects with communities, companies, and government agencies to building a stronger relief and support system needed by any affected party to overcome any adversity and challenging situation. We work side by side with our partners and the parties in need of the assistance to deliver change on the ground alleviating poverty, hunger migration issues, climate change, displacement strengthens the society economy and the union among the human race on a global level. We hold ourselves accountable to ensure all projects and commitments that is attributed to the company and brand is fulfilled with the topmost efficiency regardless of the on-ground situation.

Repetition & Multiplication

In the most catastrophic situations, the affected parties often range from hundreds to thousands and in millions meaning any feasible solution or plan should be able to satisfy a given proportion of the affected which was considered during the identification process involves taking an estimate of the affected parties and ensuring the outlined plan is proportional to the demand small thinking is usually not an option . Once tested, we work with partners to adopt and expand our efforts regionally and globally engaging with decision-makers to carry out our ideas elevating our impact. Success by us is measured through the amount of needs and demands we are able to satisfy efficiently also considering response timing. Our long-term goal is to affect positively government and business actions and policies that improve people’s lives and sustain a healthy environment.
Look at projects we are involved in and determine where you will like to help out

Our Focus


We respond quickly to request from disaster victims and our partners then we stick around as long as our help is needed providing the resources and skilled experts needed to train the local health workers of the affected locations to identify mental health problems, provide an emergency intervention or direct a referral for more treatment. This care extends to the caregivers who are often survivors themselves? Though we are an enormously impactful organization, we never forget that our reach and global health impact is ultimately due to the tremendous work of our coalitions and implementing partners in countries throughout the world we help advance public policies on a global level and have engaged with the WHO at the World Health Assembly and other official meetings, providing us with a unique opportunity to collaborate with global health and policy leaders ultimately supporting and promoting health and rehabilitation for the affected population


The actions we take together right now are important to protecting the natural world we rely on today Thriving in the future will require conservation on an even larger scale, solving big problems, and rethinking how we value nature. The present issues we face today in our environment is as a result of overlooking the fact that we are reliant on each other and are supposed to be in harmony with our environment. Conservation grants help improve ecological and environmental conditions in low- and middle-income countries. Issues we face today needing our total focus Food, Energy, Water, Forest,

Our approach towards tackling Conservation

Along with our partners we have supported field research’s and related research activities, trainings, and technical assistance efforts that:

  • help conserve ecosystems and protect biodiversity
  • train local leaders in conservation and protection of resources, with an emphasis on technical and scientific training

Our approach towards Food Conservation

Along with our partners we have issued and financed Food grants helping research-based efforts to improve food and nutrition security and improve natural resources and ecosystems. Areas of interest include:

  • Promoting and developing specific sustainable agriculture practices with potentials to advance science and practice on a global level
  • testing and refining innovative education and training interventions for small scale farmers and under equipped farmers
  • advancing new approaches to control pests and diseases affecting important food crops in low-income countries

Water Conservation

Water conservation refers to any beneficial reduction of water usage, loss or waste. It also includes the strategies and activities to manage and protect water resources to meet the demand for human consumption.

Water conservation involves reducing the usage of water and recycling of waste water for various purposes such as cleaning, irrigation and manufacturing

Why Conserving water is important

1. Greater demands for water due to growing population, leads to falling ground water levels.
2. The rainfall is seasonal, unreliable and erratic and the farmers cannot fully depend on it for a successful harvest.
3. The ever-growing industries not only take up a lot of water but also pollute it as well.
4. Hydro-electric power also requires water for its production

Our approach towards water Conservation

  • Partnering with top tech firms and teams advancing new approaches to water recycling
  • Financing the research, development and distribution of efficient water supply structures across locations they are needed
  • Educating and hosting seminars on the importance of water conservation across the globe

Climate Change

Global climate change has already had observable effects on the environment. So, the Earth’s average temperature has increased about 2 degrees Fahrenheit during the 20th century. Scientists have high confidence that global temperatures will continue to rise for decades to come, largely due to greenhouse gases produced by human activities. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which includes more than 1,300 scientists from the United States and other countries, forecasts a temperature rise of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century.

Effects of climate changes

  • Droughts and Heat Waves
  • Increased Hurricane intensity
  • Rise in sea level
  • Melting of the Artic
  • Change in precipitation patterns

Our approach in tackling climate change

  • Funding Conservation Programs
  • Educating for a healthy coexistence between human communities and the environment.


We bring together key stakeholders around the world with a common goal to stop diseases, reduce hunger and strengthen health systems. Health issues are one of the most pressing problems after any natural disaster. It is often the case that facilities for water and toilet hygiene are damaged or inoperable: meaning that the safe disposal of human waste quickly becomes a public health hazard. Further, without running water, hand washing and food hygiene rapidly deteriorate.

During and after events like hurricanes and floods, standing water can be a breeding ground for pathogenic bacteria and disease vectors like mosquitoes. In cases where transportation capabilities and infrastructure are damaged, survivors of natural disasters can be cut off from life-saving medications for both acute and chronic conditions, and be isolated from rescue and emergency healthcare services.

After a natural disaster event, survivors can experience mental health consequences,including posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. We work with partners to re install and rectify basic social amenities that may have be affected when a disaster occurs eliminating diseases and hunger that have plagued humanity for centuries and transforming the health system is the end goal enabling all people the right to living a healthy life free from hunger and diseases .We manage or serve as the secretariat for 14coalitions, committees, networks, and partnerships, involving more than 100 organizations

Natural disasters cause additional problems that last after the disaster is done, including problems with infrastructure, the environment, public health and humanitarian issues

Global Hunger Today there are 821.6 million people who are chronically undernourished. This is more than the 785 million in 2015, although still down from about 950 million in 2005. Hunger aggregated to the global level. Related terms include food insecurity and malnutrition. Food insecurity refers to limited or unreliable access to foods that are safe and nutritionally adequate

Hunger Statistics

  • Some 795 million people in the world do not have enough food to lead a healthy active life.
  • That’s about one in nine people on earth today in developing countries,
  • 12.9 percent of the population is undernourished.
  • WHO (World Health Organization) calculates that US$3.2 billion is needed per year to reach all 66 million hungry school-age children?
  • One in four of the world’s children are stunted. In developing countries, the proportion can rise to one in three.
  • One out of six children — roughly 100 million — in developing countries is underweight.
  • Asia is the continent with the hungriest people – two thirds of the total. The percentage in southern Asia has fallen in recent years but in western Asia it has increased slightly.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence (percentage of population) of hunger. One person in four there is undernourished.

Migration & displacement

Today, more people than ever before live in a country other than the one in which they were born While many individuals migrate out of choice, many others migrate out of necessity. There are approximately 68 million forcibly displaced persons, including over 25 million refugees, 3 million asylum seekers and over 40 million internally displaced persons.

We work with our partners to meet the immediate needs such as food, water and shelter for displaced victims. We believe that long-term development approaches are important in addressing migration and displacement. We have worked and will continue to work with our partners to advance the development dimensions of migration and displacement

55% of all refugees come from Syria, South Sudan or Afghanistan

Displacement statistic

  • over 70.8 million individuals have been forcibly displaced by persecution, conflict, violence, or human rights violations.
  • 30 million refugees, over half of whom are under the age of 18.
  • There are also millions of stateless people, who have been denied a nationality and access to basic rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement.
  • 1 in every 113 people around the world is either an asylum-seeker, internally displaced or a refugee.
  • 55% of refugees come from just three countries: Syria, South Sudan and Afghanistan.
  • The lack of safe and legal routes to sanctuary continues to claim lives: in 2017, 3,119 men, women and children lost their lives while trying to cross the Mediterranean.

Our approach towards rehabilitation and relief programs

  • Supporting national and local governments to mainstream migration into development plans.
  • Addressing root causes of displacement and negative drivers of migration.
  • Investing in resilience-based development to ensure migrants, refugees, IDPs and host communities cope, recover and sustain development gains in crisis and post crisis situations.
  • Supporting countries to create an enabling environment for sustainable community based re/integration.