About Us

We are on a mission to improve lives and communities one project at a time.

DoGood Africa is a registered Non-Profit Enterprise that connects Social Impact projects in Africa to funding, partnerships and key resources to become successful.

DoGood.Africa partners with Social Ventures and other Non-Profits to implement projects in underserved communities, thereby also achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – UNSDG2030

45

Social Venture Partners

Partnership for growth

12

Volunteers

Impact agents and promoters

7

Communities Impacted

Community Development

Our Story

DoGood.Africa was created to provide funding and technical support for social impact projects in Africa to ensure sustainable and seamless project implementation

DoGood.Africa was born out of a desire to make a difference and change the narrative around Africa as a backward continent.

It is an obvious fact that there is abject under-development across the African Continent and we believe more efforts should be geared towards sustainable social impact

DoGood.Africa is focused on creating a concerted action towards participation in Nation-building, growth and economic development.

In response to a survey, we ran in which 98% of the respondents confirmed that funding is a challenge for their social impact projects; we, therefore, believe crowdfunding can bridge the funding gap for Nonprofits and Social Ventures.

Our Core Values

  • Accountability
  • Credibility
  • Innovation
  • Integrity
  • Sustainable Impact

Our Team

The Team behind DoGood.Africa is a network of young professionals from diverse backgrounds with an overarching goal to make impact and drive economic development.

Stanley Ogbuchi
Co-Founder
Nchedo Chinwuba
Projects
Toni Fola-Alade
UK - Country Manager
Peter Oke
Co-Founder
Sadiq Edu
Fundraising & Partnerships
Kelechi Anyaso
Projects
Ony Anukem
Brand & Communications
Adewunmi Salami
Public Relations
Oghenekaro Ebarighe
Projects Support
Harold Okonoboh
PR & Partnerships
Ernest Ulom
Impact Ambassadors