“If charity costs nothing, the world would be full of philanthropists.”
It takes sheer bravery, uncommon selflessness and genuine passion to give up one’s sense of security and endearing comforts for an even bigger purpose – the greater good of humanity, for truth be told, life, simply unpredictable, offers no guarantees.
The dons of philanthropy aka money bags, deep pockets, world’s richest with million dollar or trillion dollar net worth(s) who are big on creating new chapters and influencing lives, contrary to popular view understand the glory of wealth lies far beyond material acquisition.
Today we applaud an entrepreneurial giant, a woman of substance, a woman of refined taste and befitting poise, a woman with a heart of gold dedicated to rewriting stories, making a difference and building a better world, Founder Rosula Foundation, Princess Hadessah Osula-Atu.
‘Together we can’
Rosula Foundation, a Non-Profit, Non-governmental organization (NGO), organized on a local, national and international levels aims to alleviate human suffering by providing aid, support and resources to the poor and less privileged around the world.
30+ Cities Reached. 100k+ People Fed.
1000+ People Empowered. 800+ Youths Educated. Testimonies of the foundation since its inception.
The Foundation built on love, care and empathy, sets its lenses on three basic fronts; Empowerment, Education and Humanitarian Services. Its Vision: A world where the poor and less privileged can live their dreams.
In recent times the world has been hit with the deadly novel coronvirus which has in no small measure crippled giant economies, dealing an even more brutal blow to developing countries across the globe.
In efforts at cushioning the effect, joining well meaning humanitarians on the international scale, Princess Hadessah, through the Rosula Foundation is currently distributing relief materials to the vulnerable and less privilege across all six geo-political zones of Nigeria.
Well over N50m has been spent in the quest to alleviate the impact of the social-economic realities of the COVID-19 pandemic daily in Lagos and Edo States amongst others.
Not Done Yet: Donning on her creative hat driven by the zeal to touch and empower even more lives, through her foundation, the leading entrepreneur is set to launch her next project “My Dream Scholarship 2020”- the goal? to provide access to quality education for the poor and vulnerable children/individual in communities to gain knowledge, access to resources and control over their own lives.
This year, Rosula Foundation will be enrolling candidates into the MY DREAM SCHOLARSHIP program – Bachelors Degree (BSc).