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Would you be the ‘miracle’ for these less privileged in our midst?

A large number of us grew up without a lot of means, but we were very very fortunate to have parents, that valued education and made it a point of duty to provide us with the best. The sacrifices they made ignited us to continually strive to become the best version of...

The Western Union Foundation has donated a furnished library to the Ransome Kuti Memorial Senior Grammar School, Mushin, Lagos State.

The foundation and Ecobank Nigeria Limited, jointly financed the initiative, which is part of the “Read to Succeed” programme.

The $20, 000 grant, donated early this year, was used to provide the library with tables, chairs, books, book...

The Chairman, Board of Trustees, Joseph and Eunice Oladaiye Foundation (JEOF), High Chief Ademola Oladaiye, was so poor that he couldn’t buy the recommended textbooks during his days at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN). Yet, he graduated with a First Class degree in Mathematics and later had his MBA at the University of Lagos (UNILAG).

Oladaiye, who lost his dad at...

The Joseph and Eunice Oladaiye Foundation (JEOF) can sum up its philosophy in three simple words: “service to humanity”.

By choosing not to align itself with any one cause, the Lagos-based non-profit keeps its horizons open. As a result, JEOF has come to administer a diverse array of programs.

Education, healthcare and youth empowerment are just a few of...

By Ujunwa Atueyi
FOLLOWING an observation that most indigent children lack access to quality education, Founder of Joseph and Eunice Oladaiye Foundation (JEOF), an NGO, Mr. Ademola Oladaiye, has called on well meaning Nigerians to join force with government and expand access to education for less privileged children in the society.

Oladaiye, who made the observation during the...

BY SAM OTTI-December 30, 2014

High Chief Ademola Oladaiye suffered harrowing experiences during his undergraduate days at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN). Poverty gave him a cold kiss, sparing him only N50 for 13 weeks that make up a semester. He went to the cafeteria on the charity of kind friends. Despite the hardship he faced, he stood his ground and graduated with a First...

By UjunwaAtueyi on October 7, 2015 11:25 pm

With the realisation that healthy living does not only entail daily intake of good foods, a non-governmental organisation, Joseph and Eunice Oladaiye Foundation (JEOF), in partnership with Mobil Producing Nigeria, has refurbished Lagos public school’s lavatory.

Before now, pupils of the benefitting school,...

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JEOF currently runs an online fundraising campaign for our  “Sight For The Poor” program targeted at restoring and improving eye sight for the less privileged in a very poor community.

We believe that sight is priceless and we want to help the less privileged achieve their dreams. To donate,  

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