Uplift the spirit of
the less privileged
and poor widows.
This Foundation is saddled with the following Mandate: Giving support to widows and orphans. Caring for the old and aged.
About the founder
Princess Sandra Oladele, an extraordinary Philanthropist is best described by her selflessness towards supporting and empowering the less privileged in the society. She has been a pillar of hope to so many widows and orphans over the years. As a Humanitarian, She believes that by helping people fulfill purpose in life, you uplift a nation.
So far, through holding empowerment programmes, events and outreaches across the country, She has been able to touch the lives of so many individuals by caring and taking responsibility for their various needs. In line with her desire to uplift the less privileged, Princess Sandra Oladele has been an advocate for women supporting women as she is a supporter and benefactor of the Mothers’ Prayer Network, a Ministry responsible for taking care of widows and less privileged women in the society.
“It has always been my dream to serve humanity and put smiles on the faces of the less privileged”
Princess Sandra Oladele Founder/C.E.O. (PSOF)
Who we are
This Foundation is saddled with the following Mandate: A. Giving support to widows and orphans. B. Caring for the old and aged. C. Organizing empowerment training programmes for the youth. D. Establishing and running home care facilities for aged people. E. Running reach-out programmes for widows and orphans. F. Equipping facilities for youths to be productively engaged. G. Helping the less privileged. H. Providing hope and succorr for the downtrodden in the society.
Meet our amazing team
PROPHET DR. MARCUS K.O TIBETAN
MRS. LOLA AFOLABI
ABUNNI BASIRAT FARAYIBI-ARO
MRS. ANGELA OMOKORE
PRINCESS STELLA HENSHAW
MRS. ENO AZUBUIKE
Director of Operations
PST MRS DEBORAH ALEGBEMI
MRS VERONICA ASIWA
BARR. ASHUIKEKA PAUL CHIJIOKE
Have you decided to work on a project with us?
We are open to partnership and sponsorship to reach out to the less privileged and widows in the communities in Nigeria and Africa.