The AWC supports the following charities through fund-raising and donation, in-kind donations and volunteer support.


Kehsam Schools was founded on the 17th of September, 2012 in an uncompleted Building with 52 pupils and 7 Teachers at Osapa London, Eti Osa Local Government. Presently, they are situated at 1b, Adonai Way, off Dele Adeyemi Street, Gbola Salami Estate, Agungi, Lagos. There are presently 401 students, 27 Teaching staff and 6 non teaching staff. The vision of the school is to help the less privileged, orphans, single Parents and to educate every child in the society especially within the environs of the school. The name KEHSAM is a combination of Kehinde and Samson, the Proprietress’ name and her Husband.

In November 2020, AWC donated 1000 Masks, Litres of Soap, Hand Sanitizers, 5 wash hand basins to help the school be compliant with COVID-19 requirements for school resumption.



Located at 55 Jakande Housing Estate, Ilasan off Lekki Epe Expressway, St Kizito Clinic, a Primary Health care centre, started in 1991 as a charitable effort to provide clinical and basic health care services to the poor of the slum community of Ilasan. They have since included a 24 hour maternity home focused on professional and skilled care of women and newborns. Services are highly subsidized and they have well trained and experienced midwives and gynecologists. In early 2019, St Kizito Clinic was a recipient of AWC’s NGN 1.2m Small World Funds. Funds were used to purchase a 10 KVA inverter system to assist with their commitment to 24/7 power supply.

In December 2019, AWC donated Food supplies for St Kizito’s Christmas Party. The joy was spread to over 200 children at the year-end Christmas gathering. A cheque of N 150,000 was also donated along with multiple packs of food, drinks and toiletries. Each child received a gift of love from the AWC women.



Book Donation Project for Learning & Growth (Feb 2019) – As part of an initiative to drive Learning and Development among our less privileged children in the community, AWC early in 2019 donated new and used books to over 400 students of the Ikota Primary school in Ajah. The Books cut across all topical fiction and non fiction categories for age groups 4-12 years. The objective was to encourage the art of reading, exploration and adventure. The Books were well received with excitement as once again AWC placed smiles on many faces.



We are excited to say that Christiana and I were able to collect 31 boxes of noodles and 14 bags af clothes, shoes, and household goods. All were delivered to Jakin NGO.

Mrs Adebiyi, the president of Jakin NGO, has expressed her deep gratitude to AWC for the massive support. 1000 Orphans and 500 widows and disadvantaged women will be so happy this Christmas.

Thank you, ladies!

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas 2022!🌲🌲🎄🎄🎄🎄




Dreams from the Slum is an initiative committed to making dreams a reality for vulnerable people living in remote and desolate communities. Through Education, Empowerment and mentorship, DFTS’ reaches out primarily to children, young mothers and rural women.

It started as a small program to celebrate founder Isaac Success’ 22nd Birthday by reaching out to 22 children with school fees, school supplies and food. After almost a decade, DFTS has morphed into an Organization whose work has benefited over 20,000 people through ‘My Dream Stead School, Young Mother’s Academy and Ajegunle Food Bank’ to name a few of their programs.

In January 2023, DFTS became our chosen charity to receive Funds raised from the annual Small World Fundraising event. AWC is proud to partner with this charity..


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