Missy BK, dynamic Cameroonian singer, song writer, and humanitarian won the (CCWA) Career Women Awards for the Best Charity Act 2015. The award is given in recognition of the humanitarian activities the Foundation supports. So, far the MK Foundation is making a positive difference in the lives of underprivileged and orphaned children, including families that live in The Central African Republic of Cameroon.
The African pop artist kickstarted the foundation in 2014, after she received payment for her first Canadian tour. The foundation is responsible for sponsoring education opportunities to five orphans. The orphans selected are from the HHCHO (Helping Hands Children’s Home Orphanage in Cameroon.
The celebrity personally visits the children who are eligible for the education award. It is her gentle, compassionate concern for others that are less fortunate, that made her the best choice for the CCWA. Since the Missy BK Foundation launched in the later part of 2014, the non- profit organization has been publicly involved in providing technological support to the ACCESSLE childcare learning centre.
Laptops are used to assist children with online learning activities. The Foundation hosted a Christmas party for more than 40 orphans, and handed out gifts to all the children who were involved. The singing sensation also organized another event, a New Year’s Party, where she personally insisted that gifts were distributed to everyone, as a token of encouragement, to set and achieve their academic goals.
Missy BK (Constance Bih Kimal) is also the co-owner of SCM Production in Canada. Her single song titled, “Set Me Free” released in 2013, won her the Best Female Artist of the Year in 2013. Missy BK appears on the cover of magazines, and she works with African musicians like Davido and Meiway. Other singles include My Baby, and Mama I Love You