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Being a 21st-century parent comes with its ups and downs but when armed with the right resources, one can put their children on the right path to becoming outstanding and excelling adults. The journey to make this happen starts with understanding the key challenges you will encounter and how to deal with them with purpose and grace. Raising Champion Children: An Essential Guide to Helping Children Thrive in the 21st Century is an essential tool for every 21st-century parent.

Welcome To Raising Champion Children

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Partner With Us

INDIVIDUAL PARTNERSHIPS

Individuals can make one-off or regular donations of money or supplies. Please contact us for our list of needs as they change often.

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS

Companies can partner with us as part of their Corporate Social Responsibly strategy. We are more than happy to visit your company to share our plans with you.

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Volunteer

For our projects to be sustainable we need to get members of the civil society involved. We encourage and invite volunteers from the age of 18 years to be active part of our projects and activities by serving and by sharing and spreading our vision. If you want to know more about volunteering we would be happy to hear froj you, please contact us HERE

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Meet The Team

Raising Champion Children Initiative is run by a committed team of highly professional individuals of impeccable character who have volunteered their time and money to ensure our less privileged children have a brighter future. To read more abut our team and board of directors please visit the OUR TEAM page.

Easter Fiesta Report

As part of our mandate to cater for the wellbeing of this group , RAISING CHAMPION CHILDREN INITIATIVE, in collaboration with Out of School Children Empowerment Foundation (OSCEF) and Women Consortium of Nigeria (WOCON) organized an Easter Fiesta party for some primary school children including children with physical challenges.

Along with the party, there was a dental health screening for the children to know how healthy their teeth are .

The children had a lot of fun and both the children and their families were privileged to be part of this initiative. In attendance were 70 children, 2 dentist and 1 dental nurse.

Please view pictures of the event below:

 

Number of Children Impacted

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