The Olumuyiwa Daramola Foundation which has promised to improve the lives of people of Ikale through humanitarian services and various empowerment programmes.
The Foundation, according to its managers, is to bring the people of Ikale communities both young and old together, as Daramola aims to use his experience in the medical sector to bring to bear through setting up of medical outreach for aged ones as well as strengthening social services across the nooks and crannies of Ikale.
The Foundation means a lot and only those who understand the meaning of life can truly understand. When life is touched, true love is shown and greater happiness will be achieved. So let us all join hands and give life a meaning to those who cannot afford to do so”.
Dr. Daramola is also acknowledging the ability of sports to empower underprivileged youths. He emphasized the unique power of sport for change, but for change to happen, strong youth integration is needed in Ikale, as the initiative is to invoke greater change in Ikale communities by cultivating young and promising leaders.
Therefore, his Football for Hope initiative will support local organizations in aiding disadvantaged youths and communities, and improving the quality of life for needy people through the vehicle of football. The initiative offers youth the opportunity to play football while simultaneously receiving education and support from Olu Daramola Foundation scholarship scheme.
The Olu Daramola scholarship scheme is a program which aims to promote the transfer of knowledge, books allowances and training of Ikale (Okitipupa and Irele LGAs) indigents in tertiary institutions.
The selection process will be coordinated by the Dr. Olu Daramola Foundation and taking place between October 1st and the 30th every year. The results of the selection process will be available at the end of every academic calendar year on the Foundation’s website and will be personally communicated to each of the selected applicants.
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