We are a vehicle for social impact across critical sectors in the economy driven by the unique challenges facing Africa and the need for progressive change.
- Establishment of the Sterling One Foundation.
- Establishment of our partner crowdfunding platform, Giving.ng, Africa’s first free crowdfunding platform.
- Funds raised to positively impact over 2,000 lives.
- Establishment of the Health Workers Fund to support health workers at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic across the 6 geo-political zones in Nigeria with 154 health workers benefiting from the initiative
- Supported over 20 social impact projects through Giving.ng reaching over 10,000 people including 2 successfully treated early stage cancer patients
- Capacity building for NGOs and CSOs across West and East Africa
- Year-long clean-up and adoption of beaches
- Scholarships to 150 primary school students under the #KeepAChildInSchool initiative
- FREE banking solution for NGOs in collaboration with Sterling Bank and the Nigerian Network of NGOs
- Grants under the Youth Day of Service project in partnership with LEAP Africa for outreaches across over 20 African countries
- WASH initiative in Kogi state to provide potable water in the Dekina community in partnership with the Blue Camel Foundation
- Launched the Global Youth Alliance Initiative to build the capacity of 250,000 youth over 3 years in partnership with Nestle, UNGC, Jobberman and other partners.
- Capacity building of 60,000 youths and women under the EQUIP 60,000 program in partnership with the Coca-Cola Foundation, Whitefield Foundation and other partners, providing them with employability, vocational and entrepreneurship skills leveraging digitization
- Hosted the premier edition of the Africa Social Impact Summit with over 3700 registered delegates from 66 countries and 13 African social entrepreneurs pitching at the Deal Room.
- Micro-grants for 1,100 youths for their small businesses
- Milestone of 1,000 NGO beneficiaries of the Capacity Building Project
- Adopted 4 beaches in Lagos State, Nigeria for regular cleanup and plastic waste collection and recycling while creating jobs for 40 youth and women in the coastal communities.