Monday, June 1, 2015

The FotoDadi Foundation

I have been keeping a date which has always been playing a mirage on me from the day I received an email from FotoDadi Foundation, soliciting our (Bikers Movement) support. With so many activities from Building construction to taking my normal long rides which is a part of me.  Like Bikers Movement , still growing in its little capacity and looking up to bikers who wish to do good in response to God’s favor, The date had to be kept.

The FotoDadi Foundation: Supporting, Educating and caring for the best set of people who need it (Orphans, Fatherless Children and widows) with a leaning towards the children of fallen bikers. Founded in 2015 by Ogbonnaya Kanu, Segun Obagun and Eseohe Kanu, triggered by the death of two loved bikers Wemba Oteke-Odibe and Tonye Claude-Wilcox who died from a motorcycle crash. The main thrust of the FD Foundation is to bridge the gap for financially disadvantaged fatherless and orphaned children requiring assistance through school, from primary to first-degree level.

The foundation was lunched May, 29, 2015 with great attendance from bikers and non-bikers in support of the program, others sent their love and support by purchasing a book meant to raise funds for the foundation amongst other initiatives.



The great event was witnessed at the show room of Boulos Enterprises Limited (Suzuki dealer for Nigeria),



*At the moment the FD Foundation is getting funding from the sale of the book (Breaking Limits) and it is available-


TO SUPPORT THE FD FOUNDATION PLEASE CONTACT THE BELLOW. YOUR SUPPORT IS GREATLY NEEDED

*FD Foundation
Ground Floor, Ivory Music House
1 CIPM Avenue
Alausa, Ikeja CBD
Lagos.
Telephone: +234 (0) 8172001782
Email: info@fdfoundation.org
Or

Bikers Movement
Mobile: +2348033830832, +2348147168606
Time: 7am-12am - Everyday

2 comments:

  1. it was indeed a lovely gathering... and i thought to myself "this ambiance is just right"

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  2. A beautiful initiative with just the perfect launch. Let's lend our support for the less privileged amongst us.

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