Daramola Dynasty Foundation Founder, Olarenwaju Deepens Community Inclusion Through Back To School Outreach
Commits to transforming learning experience by activating sports promotion initiatives, completion of existing building projects, transformation of entire school boards from outdated blackboards to whiteboards, promises football jerseys, and provision of student furniture during his school tour.
These promises were made during the Daramola Dynasty foundation back to school outreach where the founder donated notebooks and school bags to schools within the Remo North Local Government.
In a bid to make learning conducive for students in Remo North Local Government Area in Ogun State, a total of 4500 books and 700 bags were donated to students of Wesley Primary School St. Peter Anglican Primary School and other neighbouring schools in the vicinity on Friday, October 27, 2023.
During the visit which started at Wesley Primary School, the Head of School requested support in enhancing the state of learning facilities for its future leaders.
The foundation committed to remodelling all the boards in the school and replacing worn out furniture for the lower school.
The tour proceeded to St Peter School and during the visit, the foundation committed to the completion of an existing building (find out what the building is for) and promised to donate materials such as jerseys and kits to support the football team.
The supply materials were presented to the pupils through the Daramola Dynasty Foundation to demonstrate that fostering quality education in community schools can be attained by funding the system with the right resources.
The back-to-school initiative is one of the other focal engagements by the foundation. The foundation is aimed towards combating food insecurity, servicing medical outreaches as well as offering vocational and educational training programs across the board.
Engr Olanrewaju Daramola, a founder in the fintech and e-commerce proptech in Africa describes this project as a personal quota in community involvement as the foundation will consistently steer towards impacting lives positively.
He further urged all and sundry especially the stakeholders to contribute to driving our educational system to a world class standard.
In addition, he called on all indigenes In Isara and its environs to be a part of the free medical outreach of the foundation taking place during the Afotamodi festival on the 11th of November where services ranging from eye tests and treatment, provision of eyeglasses, test for vitals and free drugs amongst others will be provided.