In this blog, we decided to put a spotlight on organizations that have shown commitment to issues around gender-based violence, mental health, women and youth empowerment. The purpose is to magnify the work that these organizations are doing, bring them closer to the people who need the services they offer, persons/organizations looking to partner with them, and join voices with them!
We are doing this because we recognize that in ending the menace around gender-based issues, we need an all hands on deck approach. Moreso, so many organizations serve as resource pool, offering both trauma-informed counselling, trainings, awareness, shelter and are boots in the trenches, particularly in remote and underprivileged areas.
It is on this note, we present to you, TGIF.
What TGIF is all about…
Dubbed one of Nigeria’s fast-rising Non-governmental Organization (NGO), TGIF has an undying passion to instilling values to the Nigerian youths in particular. They do this with a focus on 5 core areas:
- Drug abuse (Rehabilitation)
- Social enterprise
- Social learning
- Gender based violence
- Social abuse
The organization is also a member of the Nigeria Network of Non-Governmental Organisations (NNNGOs), and their projects are designed around the following areas:
- Community Outreach: In 2021
- Career Fairs
- 21st century skills acquisition and trainings
- Counseling and Therapy were offered to over 500 people
- Resource Centre Hub
- Psychosocial Support and Referrals
TGIF offers support and services to both individuals, communities and schools along the lines of their projects and core themes.
To connect with TGIF for sensitization, training and/or awareness campaign visit their social media sites or see contact. For more information on how to be involved, as a volunteer, sponsor, counsellor, or financial aid and sponsorship, you can reach TGIF on:
Tel: 0705 968 3879.