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Touch of Gold: Ilorin NYSC CDS School Project

What is the Touch of Gold Project: Ilorin NYSC School Project all about

Apart from working on our own in-house project which is a career development handbook specially for secondary school students using our Project Design and Sponsorship Model, we also have a project of the Legal Aid CDS (NYSC, Ilorin), Kwara State, which we have volunteered to support this September 2013.

Through our Project Evaluation and Support Model, using our Project Manager, Senator Ihenyen, a member of the Legal Aid CDS as our project representative and contact, we hope to be able to get support and goodwill for the project.

What are we providing for the targeted secondary school?

Specifically, it involves the construction of chairs and desks, and also the provision of books (English and Mathematics textbooks) to the targeted school for use by the students. This is aimed at improving their learning experience as the future leaders of tomorrow.

How you can support this Project

If you will like to be part of this project and impact on lives, please you can contact us through our contact form or call 08067351417 or 07085538550. We will be happy to provide you with all the necessary details you need to make any donation to us and support this project.

When is the project going to be coming up

The project would be launched in September, 2013. The Legal Aid CDS (Ilorin) has been making efforts to raise funds. Golden Minds Nigeria is only coming in at this time as a volunteer to help support the project by raising funds internally, and also hoping that persons such as you would also be happy to support the project.

Tell me more about Golden Minds Nigeria’s Touch of Gold?

Touch of Gold is a charitable initiative of Golden Minds Nigeria. It has been initiated to reach-out to poor communities across Nigeria towards making a lasting impact in the lives of Nigerians.

The Touch of Gold project is specially targeted at the lives of young Nigerians who are the future of our great nation.

Who is involved?

The Touch of Gold is an initiative of Golden Minds Nigeria, a youth and national development vision that was founded in July, 2004. It is run by a national leadership comprising of motivated and visionary Nigerian youths headed by the Project Director, Kenneth Ejiofor, a graduate of the University of Benin, Benin City.

Who is our partner?

Golden Minds Nigeria will be partnering with the various Community Development Services (CDS), under the aegis of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme for Nigerian graduates across the country.

We will be working closely with the Project Committee of the specific CDS group whose project we have selected and adopted as a Touch of Gold project anywhere in the country.

This partnership strategy is meant to enable us sponsor deserving projects with the very high lasting impact on the benefiting community in the most cost-effective and transparent manner.

To find out more about Touch of Gold, please click on this link. You can also use our contact form if you need more information.

Thank you for your support!

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