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Jennifer Okorie


About US

Jennifer Okorie Foundation is a registered non-government Organisation operating with permission and approval from Corporate Affairs Commission under the registration code RC: 104177.

We are an operational NGO, meaning that we plan and carry out boots-on-the-ground projects to accomplish our objectives as an organisation. Our projects require a great deal of careful planning, communication, and local involvement for each project.

Founded on the premise of love, care and hope for the African Child, our foundation has continued to grow in leaps and has never relented in our founder’s dreams of ensuring that every African Child gets the future he or she dreams of, and aiding the actualisation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs).

The Founder

From her sunrise in 1993 till the green moments of her first crown, she has endured the painful but gainful struggle embedded in a meteoric rise to fame, and has clearly inked testimonies of a journey from nothing to something on the golden scroll of success.

The Ebonyi State born model and Social activist has taken a lot of fruitful strides and her never relented in pursuing those dreams of a making the society a better place for the African Child.

She devotes her passion to ensuring that love and compassion are extended to the less privileged in the society through the projects of the Jennifer Okorie Foundation she founded in 2016.


To see the African Child living the future of her dreams, through proper implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs).


Our broad focus is on Education campaigns, Health Outreach and Sensitization, Hunger/Poverty alleviation, especially among children. Our Objectives are outlined as follow:

1. To ensure that the African Child receives quality in and out of the classroom Education both academic and societal lines.

2. To ensure the African Child is saved from malnutrition and abject poverty.

3. To ensure that the African Child gets the best medical knowledge of preventive ailments.


FAST – Feed And Save Tomorrow
In January 2017 we initiated the Feed And Save Tomorrow project, a food drive project to feed kids in the Streets. The project fed over 2000 kids in the streets of Orile, Apapa Iganmu in Lagos state and left smiles on the faces of these kids who live in slums with poor nutritional diet and hygiene.
The project continued in Anambra in March 2017, and fed over 1000 kids in the hinterlands communities of Anambra North.
The project was rounded up in June 2017 at Ebonyi State where we fed over 2,500 kids in Abakiliki, bringing the number of children fed during the project to a total number of over 5, 5000

In May 2017, our founder celebrated her birthday with the visually impaired students of Bethsaida Home for the Blind in Lagos State, where we spent time interacting with them and sharing with them the love, care and the gifts we came with.
This visitation exposed our Foundation to the numerous talents possessed by these students, as they took turns to entertain us with their varying and wonderful talents. It was another opportunity for us to show love and care.

In a bid to curb the menace of sickle cell in our society by arresting the situation which is often caused by ignorance or negligence on intending couples, our foundation initiated a project In June 2017, The project was tagged Genotype Before Yes, a sickle cell sensitization campaign to educate Ebonyi State students on the need to know their genotype.
The project was done in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Ebonyi State and Association of Persons Living with Sickle Cell Disorder. We gathered students from different schools in Ebonyi State and through the help of resource persons in the medical field we were able to educate them on the dangers of sickle cell and how it can be averted.

In September 2018 we launched a self-evaluation project in line with the SDGs. The program was tagged Becoming You, and was geared towards empowering and encouraging the African Child to pursue his or her goals regardless of the travails of life. It was a resource program that afforded us opportunity to educate young children in Apapa Iganmu, Lagos State to never relent in their strides. We also gave out school materials to students during the program.


During the course of our self-evaluation project in Lagos, we awarded 1 year scholarships to 5 indigent students we met during the program. The scholarships came as a huge relief to their parents who find it hard to feed talk more of paying for school fees.

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