67B Textile Mill Road, Uselu, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria

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🇸🇪+46 76 162 10 79

🇬🇧+44 7584 064249 

Education, Charity and social welfare of the people.

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A workshop on
Female Genital Mutilation and Human Trafficking

We Build

To raise a generation of change agents/nation builders

We Donate

relieving poverty, education, religion, protecting the environment, animal welfare, human rights and community development.

We Educate

To provide underprivileged children with a well-rounded education.

We Help

To increase the awareness of privileged children of the need to participate in community service initiatives

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Helping Today. Helping Tommorow




Always Open

Listen, Act, Learn. Repeat

Our mission is to bring together our brothers/sisters at home and abroad to come in united accord to foster strong cohesion within the Uselu area,
whilst providing a comfortable facilities which will help to promote the
education, health, growth and well-being of the inhabitants, through social and economic regeneration with emphasis on Female Child Education, Female Genital Mutilation (“FGM”) and Human Trafficking.


Give Education for Children

Our Vision is to strive to provide possible good facilities that will enable the inhabitants of Uselu to be brought together to access a varieties of activities and services which help meet their educational, recreational and social needs. Also promote the inhabitants of Uselu without distinction of sex or political, religious or other opinions through engaging the local authorities,
humanitarian organisations and the inhabitants in a common effort to advance the development of the area.

Work only in Nigeria

  • Respect. Believing in and appreciating the dignity and potential of all human beings.
  • Integrity. Maintaining social, ethical and organisational norms and adhering to the code of conduct.
  • Commitment. …
  • Excellence.
Frequently asked Questions

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Do I need to be a member to Donate?

Being a member is free, however you can donate as a non-member. Please specify a contact name and email when you donate, in case we need to do a refund.

Is there a minimum donation?

You can donate as little as N1 and get the same level of choice, transparency and feedback that is traditionally reserved for someone who gives millions of Naira.

How much should a nonprofit spend on overhead?

Whatever is necessary to advance the organization's mission. There is no set percentage that would indicate that one nonprofit is run any more effectively than another. Overhead costs are investments in necessary infrastructure, including rent, paying staff, replacing old computers, etc. A better gauge of an efficient nonprofit is its impact in the community.

What is an acceptable amount for a nonprofit to pay its Executive Director?

There is no set amount that is right, or wrong. A nonprofit is like any other employer and needs to pay competitive wages to attract and retain quality employees. As nonprofits work to improve communities, they require leaders and staff with the right skills and expertise to accomplish the nonprofit's mission. It is the responsibility of the Board of Directors to evaluate and set appropriate compensation for the Executive Director of the organization. 

What’s the best way to determine whether a nonprofit is a legitimate charity?

You can check with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML) using the CAC number as reference which will help you confirm whether the organization is recognized as tax-exempt by the Federal Republic of Nigeria.


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We continually experiment. We fail quickly and productively. We use data and feedback to guide our course.

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