In support of our vision of an African society where youths are seen as assets and resources, and encouraged to develop their full potentials, we provide a number of community-based services that promote the healthy well being and welfare of children and the less privileged.


In Nigeria, poor hygiene and drinking of contaminated water lead to increased vulnerability to water borne diseases which accounts for the death of about 70,000 children annually. Schools, particularly those in rural areas often lack good drinking water and sanitation facilities and such schools are high risk environments for children and staff.

Therefore, in support of the WASH programs of the United Nations, we launched a “Campaign for Open Defecation-free Schools (CODE-Free Schools)” which teaches students the WASH practices.


Through this project, we put smiles on the faces of the less privileged. Unfortunately, most people do not know their used clothes are some people’s Christmas clothes.

We collect food items, clothes, etc from public spirited individuals and distribute them to those in need.


The outbreak of the Covid-19 in 2019 and the lockdown orders that followed worsened the economic conditions of so many families in Nigeria and in most African countries.

The Covid-19 Food Donations program and others were launched during the peak of the pandemic to be able to mobilize food donations and distribute to families that were worst hit in selected slums in Nigeria. We fundraised on and distributed food items with funds raised on the platform.