Great Trinitas International Charity Foundation, also known as Trinitas Foundation is a non-governmental, nonprofit organization with a mission to provide robust educational support for African children, facilitate sustainable economic empowerment, food relief, invest and support growing African ventures. Our focus is empowerment, food relief, economic support, and education.
In 2017, Ade George founded the foundation with the objective of addressing the most urgent and pressing needs of Africans by providing sustainable empowerment to women and youths, food to the needy, and robust educational support for children.
The type of activities undertaken by the organization range from capacity building to service delivery, with the focus remaining on the deprived and marginalized segments of the society.
Our mission is to empower the extremely vulnerable, budding Nigerian businesses and startups with the necessary requirements to break the cycles of poverty and hunger in the African community.
“Trinitas Foundation exists to create a culture where Africans are free from the stigmas of poverty.”
Our Core Values
Love, Care, and Compassion.
- The value of women to any society is unique and we radically oppose the depreciation of women in African societies.
- We want African children to be taught and equipped with the necessary skills and opportunities available to their counterparts around the world.
- We believe that the change we want comes from within and we have to be that change by taking action.
- The support for the homeless and people living in extreme poverty is almost nonexistent and we want to be at the frontier in the battle against poverty and all it brings.
With the aim to improve the living standards of women and young Nigerian’s by providing them with resources that build their confidence, make them independent, and help them grow economically.
Our empowerment goal is to alleviate poverty and help increase the economic contribution of women and youth by empowering individuals with the necessary requirements to break the cycles of poverty and hunger in the African community through our Trinitas Investment Program (TIP), Trinitas Empowerment Program, Widows Empowerment Program amongst others.
Over the years, we have been able to empower 55 entrepreneurs through our Trinitas Investment Program (TIP), over 1000 widows through the Widows Empowerment Program and over 10,000 youths through the Trinitas Empowerment Program in various communities around Lagos and Nigeria.
A child dies every three seconds globally due to food deprivation – 10,000 children every day, there is enough food for everyone, but not everyone has enough food.
With the poor economy, access to good healthy meals is always a problem for the less privileged and the vulnerable. We want to bridge that gap and provide healthily cooked and raw foods to these families and individuals.
We cannot do this alone; we need your help with your donations and by becoming a volunteer with us. Together we can bring about a change.
Our food relief programs include Trinitas Christmas Cheer, Trinitas Food Program, Yaba-1000 amongst others.
The Trinitas Christmas Cheer 2020 reached 4570 underprivileged families, 2021; 6240 families and the Foundation aims to reach 10,000 families in 2022.
Trinitas Foundation Food Program
Trinitas Foundation Education Program
Education is one of the most powerful weapons in fighting poverty in our communities. When a child gets the required education they deserve, they become less of a target for gangs and crime in their various communities.
Our belief at Trinitas foundation is that every child has the right to quality education.
Our Educational programs are Kidditech and the Trinitas Education Project.
Trinitas educational programs can sponsor children until the tertiary level.
Over 2000 children have gained access to study in various schools with Trinitas Foundation’s education project.
These kids have proven to be among the smartest in their classes and we want to continue sponsoring their education even until the university level. They can become the change the country needs.
The KIDDITECH Project is a technology-based program designed to address the technology gap between Nigerian underprivileged children and their counterparts around the world.
The mission is to train 10,000 under-privileged Nigerian children over the next 10 years across different public secondary schools in Advanced IT, blockchain technology, coding, and artificial intelligence, thereby bridging the digital gap between our future leaders and their counterparts in developed countries around the world.
The project’s unique feature is the creation of the Trinitas IT clubs in senior secondary schools across the country, where the children will have the opportunity to keep learning after concluding the project.