The project themed Code Class was aimed at teaching teenagers within the age range of 14 -18, basic programming for a duration of four days. This initiative was based on the fact that these students were in S.S 3 and are expected to write a Computer based test as part of their entrance examination into the University albeit most of them have never really used a computer.Read More
We started the year with this project focused on the second SDG goals – No hunger. People are hungry either because food is in short supply in their area or they can’t afford to buy enough food. The project was aimed at giving out freshly baked bread to less privileged families. We launched the first edition on the 14th of February 2017 in commemoration of Valentine’s day.Read More
We rounded off the year with this project – Love Box -aimed at strengthening the virtues society stands on, empathy and love expressed through giving.Considering the recent struggles of our society and the fact that everyone needs help, we set out to give a 1000 gifted boxes to 1000 people in need of them. With this in mind, we launched a campaign online via our various social media platforms and offline through family and friends.Read More
Regardless of the type of service you are going to engage in, it’s important to remember that the key to having a good experience is you – your outlook and behavior will determine just how rewarding the experience is.
When Brad embarked on his Thirty Days of Service, he made five commitments to himself that would ultimately guide his entire journey. Combined, these commitments turned into his mantra — be present, check your ego, do what’s asked, be a student and focus on the good.Read More
The second edition of ‘Art for a cause’ took place at St. Paul and St. Peter’s Primary School, Ebutte Metta on October 6, 2016.
The initiative, a brain child of Socially Africa is a community development project set up to inspire and educate the younger generations using Art as a medium.Read More
On the 4th of May 2017, Socially Africa and the Eko tag team visited Akinbaye Primary School, 1 Ilesanmi Street, Isolo, Lagos, to paint intellectual and educational artwork on the walls of the school. The school is located on the mainland and has a population of 450 students with 18 teachers.Read More
On the 27th day of the month of October, a few weeks after the second edition of Art for a Cause took place at the St. Peter and St. Paul’s schools Ebute-Meta, Lagos, Nigeria, Art for a Cause crossed borders.
Hosted by the Asian continent in the beautiful country of Sri Lanka, the Socially Africa team flew across borders to hold the first ever international edition of Art for a Cause.Read More