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Our Partners

The Asomugha Foundation’s partners are a huge factor in our success. We rely heavily on in-country partners to help us implement our programs abroad and we are proud sponsors of local non-profit organizations. In the U.S. we are grateful for our corporate sponsors who provide financial and organizational support. We look forward to building upon the strengths of our existing relationships and gaining new partners as we ensure the long-term sustainability of our work through The Asomugha Foundation.

Goldcrest Family Center

“We seek to provide aid to those orphans, widows and impoverished communities, which society has often forgotten…” Center President Rev. Mrs. Agatha Chukwurah.
Headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria, Goldcrest Family Center is a non-profit charitable foundation providing humanitarian aid to poverty-stricken families and communities throughout Nigeria. Goldcrest was established in 2003 with a vision to enhance the education of children and empower widows in rural parts of Nigeria. Since then, the organization has worked with local schools and communities to provide vocational opportunities, books, food and financial assistance.

Orphans and Widows in Need Association

Located in Abia State, Nigeria, OWINA provides relief and assistance to communities in eastern Nigeria.
Focusing primarily on the eastern region of Nigeria, OWINA targets relief efforts to woman and children through medical and educational assistance. The organization’s operations are led by Mrs. Chino Okwuadigbo.