About Us

Dream of Hope Foundation is an Non Governmental Organization with activities directed towards meeting the needs of the most vulnerable and less fortunate living in our society. The majority of our beneficiaries are those whose lives were threatened or in danger and therefore fled their states, majorly Borno, in hope of a better life in Lagos.

Our activities include providing the less privileged with healthcare assistance, educational services, the provision of food and clothing and offering counselling, support and advice so that those who are currently without hope can gradually attain a brighter and more self sufficient/ sustainable future. We expect that with all the initiatives that we create, the most vulnerable are at the forefront of its implementation and in receiving the services.

Through our empowering orientation we are able to help them develop a clearer understanding of the social, political and economic factors affecting their lives and to strengthen their awareness of their potential power to control their lives. There is maximum involvement of our beneficiaries with Dream of Hope Foundation acting as facilitators.

Objectives of Dream of Hope Foundation

Our Initiatives

We are an operational NGO and seek to transform the lives of those who look to us for help through our strong links with the community, projects such as ‘Back2School‘, ‘Eat Well, Dream Well’ & ‘Reading Club’ initiatives. Our ‘Classroom Without Walls’ & our newly established ‘A Mother’s Dream’ and ‘A Father’s Dream’ initiatives are often carried out in areas where government aid has not been reachable.

Our Team

Moji Folawiyo


Fatima Adamu

Head: Volunteers/ IDPs Project Officer

Funmilayo Oladejo

Head: Family Liaison Officer/ Social Worker

Contribute to changing the life of a child in Africa

We are an NGO with activities directed towards meeting the needs of the most vulnerable and less priviledged. Our objectives include promoting the interest of the poor, providing them with basic social services among others.


(+234) 081 7041 2838


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