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YWAW stands for Yes, we are winning
The YWAW foundation is an initiative of Muyiwa Mark Ibigbami, a.k.a Greatmark. He is a very passionate speaker that loves helping and motivating people to attain their full potentials and live fulfilled lives. His passion to teach, inspire and inculcate a winning attitude birth this foundation. As a passionate giver, he seeks to promote human welfare and support social reforms in line with the civic rights of people.
YWAW was established in the year 2016, and registered as an NGO in the year 2018.
YWAW has members and partners in several continents. Its welfare projects spread across Nigeria, and wherever needs arises.
To engender a movement of people who are equipped with a winning attitude, behavior and culture; and who are poised to pursue excellence in all of life’s endeavors, thereby promoting godliness, peace, and social justice among all race, without prejudice.
YWAW Foundation has been working in the areas of education, healthcare, youth empowerment, human capital development.
Around 50-60% funding support of the organization comes from corporates; the rest comes from individual donors and private institutions.
YWAW Foundation looks for emerging and committed grassroots organizations for reaching out to underprivileged communities. We partner with people and organizations that want to make a difference but do not have adequate knowledge and capacity to raise resources or work in a professional manner.
Indigent children, Youth, Elderly and dependents, Physically challenged, religious and secular leaders, their families and the communities are the target groups of YWAW foundation.
The YWAW foundation organizes the livelihood programme such as skills acquisition and empowerment programs for underprivileged youths as a way of empowering them to be financially independent.
In the last two years, we have visited two motherless Babies’ homes, one Autristic home, one old peoples home, and one children correctional home. Several indigent children are currently benefiting from our scholarship programs, as well as character development programs.
Donations received through cheque or online is first acknowledge through an SMS sent to the donor, and thereafter reconciled by the bank, the amount is allotted to the specific programme, which it has been meant for. The utilization and results are managed, monitored and audited. The outcome is reflected in the annual impact report, which is shared with the donors.
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Yes, the YWAW foundation accepts donation in Naira in Foreign currencies either through cheques or online transfers.
Whenever there is a need for kind donations, this will be specified on our donation platform. Usually in-kind donation is accepted only when there is a need in any of the projects at a given point of time.
All the projects would have a detailed breakup of the expenditure displayed online. This information should give you an idea of how much you can donate