Providing College Scholarships to Excellent but Needy Students in Ghana

The Joseph & Elizabeth Quansah Foundation (JEQ) is driven by a single goal: to support excellent but needy students in Ghana, West Africa through their education, as our way of making the world a better place for all. 


Our decision-making process is informed by our past experiences, passion for education, and a strong desire to impact the next generation by giving back. We strive to empower, mentor, build productive relationships, and make a positive impact in all of our pursuits.

100% of your donation funds tuition, housing, and laptops for recipients.


Our Mission

Meet our New Board Members

Our mission is to provide need-based college scholarships to students who have achieved academic excellence in Ghana, West Africa.

Welcome on Board!

Our Goal


Our goal is to reach as many deserving students in Ghana as we can, to help them on their path to higher education and realize their potential.

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Mrs. Scott Bishop -Wagoner
Mr. Frank Asante
Dr. Catherine Sam

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Who We Serve

We serve poor but excellent students who have:

  • Graduated from senior high school with exceptional West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) results and have gained admission to an accredited college or university in Ghana

  • Enrolled in an undergraduate program in Ghana.

  • Scholarship is for only Undergraduate College/University Students in Ghana

Message for Our Donors

Thank you to all our cherished donors for your gifts this year! We will always count on your continued support. No amount is too small, we appreciate your generosity!

JEQ Foundation Gives Three (3) Laptops To Needy Students

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who is eligible for a scholarship?

  • Only undergraduate students in Ghana.

  • A student who has already enrolled in a college and or university with at least a CGPA of 3.3

  • A student who has graduated from Senior High School(SHS) in Ghana and has obtained an official admission letter to an accredited college and or a university. The students must have at least 4As and 4Bs from the WAEC examination.

  • A student whose parents combined monthly income is less than 600ghc and a student with single parent making a monthly income of less than 400ghc in Ghana.  

  • Read the scholarship requirements for more details.

Q: How do I prove that I am needy/poor student?

  • Applicants will submit their parent(s) or guardian's financial and other related documents for evaluation.

  • The Foundation will follow up with all applicants to access the economic status of every family member to determine whether a student meets the need-based scholarship requirements or not.

Q: When will the scholarship application be open?

  • 2021 Scholarship application is now closed.