The foundation is however headed by Miss Antonia Ally, a prolific woman with over 5 years Sales and Marketing experience. A seasoned professional with a B.Sc in Business Management and Marketing from Brunel University, U.K.
Her passion for charitable work was nurtured from a young age by her grandmother and has been variously involved with charity outfits like the IWS, involvement in the Skills Acquisition Centre, regular visits to orphanage homes and charity drives to the SOS Children's Village. She is a woman with a heart of gold who appreciates simple things in life and the blessing that comes with giving to those in need.
Herbert Wigwe is a man whose passion for touching lives influenced the establishment of this foundation. This passion of his was combined with the necessity to educate people, especially the youth, on health and the honing of leadership skills. The major focal points of the Foundation are the eradication of malaria in Nigeria, creating awareness about prostate cancer which is just as deadly s breast cancer but is yet to be sufficiently addressed, and finally leadership which basically revolves around getting Youths to understand and tap their individual leadership skills at a young age.
The foundation, under its CEO, Miss Antonia Ally, has in partnership with both national and international foundations touched the lives of many in Nigeria. For example, in collaboration with Dr. Save A Life Foundation, a visit was paid to Isiakpon, the home of the founder, to distribute 1 million free malaria nets, performed Rapid Malaria Tests, distributed 1 million malaria prevention and treatment drugs to women and children as well as educate them on how to use these kits. The Foundation has also visited Arrow Of God Orphanage to hand out free back-to-school materials for the children.
In line with the aims o the Foundation, a leadership seminar for youths themed Be The Best will be held on Saturday, 8th of October at the Intercontinental Hotel. Victoria Island by 11am. The seminar is geared towards motivating secondary school students to be the best in whatever field they choose to pursue in life. The theme was so chosen to explain that diversification in occupational trends is crucial to the development of the country. Gone are the days where stereotyped occupations directed the choice of students. The seminar is geared to imbibe in students the motivation to follow their passion while still pressing home the point that education is key to succeeding. Students between the ages of 13 and 21 are the targets of this seminar and this age bracket was chosen because in reality, the youths who fall between those two years are the leaders of tomorrow.
In a press conference called by Antonia Ally on Monday, she gave the above-mentioned as the aims of the seminar on Saturday. The guest motivational speaker to address the students is our very own Joshua Agitena, a Nigerian who is making waves in England as a motivational speaker, bringing out the best in people. Be The Best is a seminar that should not be missed. The leaders of tomorrow are groomed from today. BE THERE!
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