Small Grants cover applications that have no on-going commitment or administrative requirement and are generally limited to a maximum award of £5,000
The Agbado E-Learning Centre is a 9-month old initiative founded by Mrs Ajoke Omoware that tutors children free of charge to help them improve their learning and reading skills. The centre relies solely on voluntary funding and the services of two professional teachers who freely give their services. As a gesture of support BNET has donated N320,000 (£1,000) and this cheque was presented to Mrs Omoware by our Chairman David Brandler accompanied by Mr Dele Fatayi-Williams at a ceremony on Friday 12 June 2015.
Image: BNET Chairman David Brandler with Mrs Ajoke Omoware & students of Agbado E-Learning Centre
- Nigerian Schools Sports Family Fun Day (NSSFF) - a donation of £500 was given to NSSFF as a contribution towards the administrative costs of their second seminar titled Nigerians in Multicultural Britain (Education) that took place on Saturday 27 June 2015. The event took place in the Bainbridge Room at the University of London and was supported by several distinguished speakers.