Fintech entrepreneur launches charity for vulnerable groups

Fintech entrepreneur launches charity for vulnerable groups
September 21
21:41 2020

Evans Adeluka, an Abuja-based fintech entrepreneur, has set up a charity organisation to cater for needy, vulnerable groups.

The initiative is a partnership between Adeluka, Jide Oyeneye, a poultry entrepreneur and Adegboye, a medical doctor.

According to a statement, the charity which is named Fantastic Voyage has visited places like the Amazing Grace Old People’s Home, the Karu Motherless Babies Home, to provide support in form of visits, cash and material gifts.

Adeluka urged individuals to make deliberate efforts in caring for less privileged groups in society.


“Social responsibility is compulsory for anyone or group concerned about public wellbeing and is also consistent with the teachings of most religions in terms of love, sharing and giving,” he said.

“We shall continue on this path in the next couple of months and years, as the Lord provides, and we urge like minds to join our endeavour for the good of communities, our country and the world at large.

“We are at the beginning stage. In the long term, we should be able to assist with physical home life and other facilities to give hope to the vulnerable and provide love, so they can once more appreciate life and the world around them.


“Our aim is to give voice to the voiceless when government cares not only less about these people but where no concrete policy supports them. Our strategy includes social team bonding, workforce creation, towards a synergy of purpose and the generation of resources to achieve our aim.”

Adeluka explained that the organisation holds a regular end of the month fundraising gathering before their outings, where friends and family members pull resources, ahead of their next voyage; the name for their charity visits.


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