SUPPORT THE CHILDREN IN NEED
AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY FOR ALL
Relief Africa aims to help the suffering of the poor and needy. The charity also intends to educate, empower and enrich the community.
Educating – enrolling children and their families who are interested in adult studies to be trained in programs of their choice, such as ICT, Childcare, Food technology (selling food), Health and safety.
Empowering- Making contributors to their society providing them with education, skills, developing gifts and talents in them. Also boosting their morale, building up their fait h from spiritual perspectives and develop in their self-esteem making them feel valued.
Relief Africa is a charity with a difference, I say this because I also entertain the children by putting a smile on their faces and making a long lasting positive impact in their lives, such as Michael Jackson, Spider-man, various Disney Characters to mention a few.
ABOUT OUR FOUNDER
Aderemi Adejokun is the founder of Relief Africa Non-Profit Charity Organisation. She is a successful Public Relations Professional (PR). Aderemi, has liaised with her local MP’s on different campaigns; She has appeared on BBC and ITV to address issues affecting her community.
CHILDREN'S & DISABLED HOMES
Relief Africa has visited some of the orphans and elderly homes in Africa. Relief Africa aims to cater to the less privilege, orphans and the elderly. We have donated our time, care and other services to try and meet the needs of these individuals.
RELIEF AFRICA NEWS
Founder of Relief Africa, a charity organisation based in London, Aderemi Adejokun, is one of the Nigerians among the 70,000 volunteers who worked tirelessly to make the recently-concluded Olympic Games a success. While Adejokun, who relocated to England eight years ago after spending 24 years in the US, is still part of the Paralympic Games, she has a novel plan concerning the kits she received from the organisers.