On Sunday 1st April 2012, Awesome Treasures Foundation – a non-governmental organisation and Awesome Network brought together women from all walks of life for the foundation’s annual fundraising dinner.
The event held at La Scala Restaurant, Muson Centre, Lagos, was hosted by ATF’s founder – Jumoke Adenowo. The aim of the stylish and fun loving event was to raise funds to execute the foundation’s projects which are mainly for helping and transforming the lives of women, youth and children in the Nigerian Society.
Guests were treated to an evening of a three course dinner, soft serenading music by gospel act – Modele and comedy by some of Nigeria’s most talented comic acts. They also took part in a raffle draw competition where winners went home with prizes ranging from a made to measure piece frrom Lanre Da Silva Ajayi, a hair makeover by Hair Whisperer and a beauty make over from House of Tara.
All resources gotten from the fundraising dinner will go into funding the project of the Foundation and improving the lives of well deserving and the less privileged in our society.
About the Founder and Awesome Treasures Foundation
Jumoke Olufunmilola Adenowo is a Chartered Architect. She founded AD Consulting – an Architecture and Interior Design firm which has led over 80 outstanding projects in Nigeria. The modern day Renaissance woman founded Awesome Treasures Foundation in 1999 in an effort to positively impact the lives of Nigerian women and youth.
Awesome Treasures Foundation is a people’s movement that empowers and rescues women and young girls from violence, transforms the mind set by mentoring youths and provides basic health and education to less privileged children in areas around Lagos, Nigeria. It is a faith based Non- Governmental Organisation (NGO) that identifies, develops and deploys transformational leaders to positively affect Nigeria in line with the Millennium Developmental Goals (MDGs) declared by the United Nations.
Contact: For more info and general enquiries, Log on to www.AwesomeTreasuresFoundation.org