Our History

Joseph & Eunice Oladaiye Foundation (JEOF) is a not- for- profit and non-governmental organization established in 2008 to immortalize the memory of the late Chief Joseph Ojo Oladaiye, a hardworking, humorous and consummate humanitarian who cared so much about the plight of the poor and also to celebrate his beautiful wife Mrs. Eunice Talabi Oladaiye who, though gracefully ageing, has continued to nurture the ideals and legacies lived by her late husband.

The Foundation is passionately dedicated to the provision of support services to the less privileged and underserved children, youths, women and the aged people in the society.

JEOF focuses on educational development programs, healthcare improvement initiatives, support for an improved life for aged people, empowerment and capacity building programs for youths and women.

Since its establishment in 2008, JEOF has impacted the lives of over 5,000 less privileged people and under-served persons through its life changing programmes.

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