CANTAGALI LIMITED AND FOODCLIQUE SUPPORT INITIATIVE PARTNER WITH BTA EDUCATION FUND TO DONATE LEARNING AIDS TO SCHOOL
The partnership between Cantagali Limited and FoodClique Support Initiative received another boost today with the support of the BTA Education Fund towards the donation of learning aids and educational materials to St. John’s R.C.M. School, Ayeteju, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos State.
The aids and materials consisted of white boards for all the classrooms, dusters, markers and exercise books for all the students. The delegation was led by the CEO of Cantagali Limited who is also the founder of the BTA Education Fund, Mr. Basheer Tosin Ashafa, and Mr. Bolajoko Fadipe, the CEO of FoodClique Support Initiative. Mr. Ashafa who was visibly impressed with the high level of intelligence exhibited by the students as he toured the classrooms took time to commend the head teacher and her team for their efforts and commitment towards improving the academic abilities of the students.
The Founder and CEO of FoodClique, Bolajoko Fadipe on his part expressed that ‘’the partnership between FoodClique Support Initiative and Cantagali Limited is an ongoing one. From organizing community feeding programs, we have moved to school feeding and then donation of educational and learning aids. We hope to grow and do even more for our children.”
About the BTA Education Fund
The BTA Education Support Fund is an intervention-based scholarship program that aims to support exceptional students with financial need and a greater determination to succeed against all odds. More about the BTA Education Fund can be found at www.tosinashafa.com
About Cantagali Limited
Cantagali Limited is a full-service real estate company specializing in property management, sales and rentals, project management and procurement. www.cantagali.com
About FoodClique Support Initiative
FoodClique Support Initiative is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) striving to end hunger. We store and distribute perishable and non-perishable food to the hungry, vulnerable and impoverished in our society through community outreach and partnership with individual donors and agencies. http://www.foodclique.org