Victor Moore Foundation launches, to cater for underprivileged children in Nigeria | The Guardian Nigeria News


The official launch of the Victor Moore Foundation (VMF) took place on July 22 in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city.

The venue, Wheatbaker Hotel, hosted a gathering of invited guests, partners, among others.

VMF is a non-profit body that sponsors children from low-income families and marginalized communities.

The mission is to assist underprivileged Nigerians across the country with educational support and skills.

These include tuition payment, provision of writing materials, uniforms, and digital literacy.

Others are mentorship initiatives for kids, professional development for teachers and after school classes.

The organization was founded by Besidonne Moore in memory of her father Victor A. Moore, who would have clocked 80 this year.

The late Moore retired from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in 1999.

Speaking at the launch, VMF Director, Besidonne expressed gratitude to those that have given support for the project since its inception.

“In early 2021, I thought of what to…

Source: Guardian Newspaper