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Elite Star Foundation

Org #100239
Vetted since 2023 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2021
year founded
$1,510
raised on GlobalGiving
10
months fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Elite Star Foundation, established in 2021, is a beacon of hope for children in Nigeria. Our journey began with a profound commitment to creating a brighter and safer future for the nation's youth. Founded by Francis Ifeanyi Osisiogu, our foundation emerged as a response to the pressing need for child protection and education in Nigeria. Since our inception, we have worked tirelessly to uplift the lives of vulnerable children and provide them with the support they deserve. Our mission at Elite Star Foundation is to be steadfast guardians of the well-being of children in Nigeria. Through comprehensive Child Protection Initiatives and transformative Child Education Programs, we are dedica... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Francis Osisiogu
Francis Osisiogu
Salomey Ugbede
Salomey Ugbede
Team
Juliet Chibundu
Organization Information
Home school Avenue, Kwamba
Suleja, Niger State 910101
Nigeria
+2347085645689
Organization Information
Home school Avenue, Kwamba
Suleja, Niger State 910101
Nigeria
+2347085645689

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Combating Systemic Child Neglect

By Francis Osisiogu | Project Leader

Introduction This report details a recent initiative by Elite Star Foundation to address the pressing issue of child abuse and neglect among vulnerable children in Nigeria. On December 7th, 2023,... Read the full report ›

Project Outcome Report: May to July

By Francis Osisiogu | Project Leader

The Help 50 Nigerian Schools Combat Child Abuse project, aimed at preventing and addressing child abuse in North-Central Nigeria, has made significant strides from May to July. This report... Read the full report ›
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