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Olalekan Odedeyi

Olalekan Odedeyi is crowdfunding

raised of £15,000 target by 9 supporters

Weʼre raising £15,000 to support the cost of Legal Professional Skills Development for Save The Woman organisation to be in a stronger position to thrive and grow.

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Bringing People Together : Africentric Parenting Skills Course in the UK

We are driven by the views expressed by Shirley Chisholm, first African American woman to be elected to Congress: “You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas”. Help us to help migrants in the greatest need to overcome the barriers that affect their ability to thrive, for communities experiencing high levels of migration become stronger and more connected.

This project would not have been possible without the support of Together Middlesbrough & Cleveland, Family Mediation Centre and Destiny Creations C.I.C. Although Partnership working is valuable in itself, in this case, the Partnership was vital as there is a manual on parenting here in the United Kingdom. Both Family Mediation Centre and Destiny Creations C.I.C were able to facilitate the course using their expertise. The experience of parents captured through advocacy, casework and gathering information has enabled three organisations to give a picture of the circumstance of children in care.

Through the feedback forms completed by the participants, it is clear the world of difference this course has made to the lives of families.

According to one of the beneficiaries of Africentric Parenting Skills Course 101, in her statement "who said there wasn't a manual to parenting?, I keep on saying there is manual, there is something, why was this course not there years ago?, why didn't we have this course, I wish we have this course years ago, I have learned so much, is like a life saver, you said your prayer, and God answer your prayer, He brought this course at the right time".

We want to reduce the number of Black Afrikan and Afrikan-Carribean children being taken into care. We will achieve this by helping parents to avoid conflict with education and social care personnel; the Africentric Parenting Courses help parents to understand UK more and customs and the legal framework that underpins them. Black children are over-represented in care services; the cost is massive both in terms of money and in terms of the life-long impact it has on those children.

We need more capital funding support for the listed activities below

– To recruit & train Legal Officers

- To recruit & train an Administrator

– To recruit & train Case Workers

We aim to promote the aspirations of Africa and its Diaspora; in particular to promote culture, values, economic and socio-political initiatives in Teesside.

Imagine if your heritage or lineage was slowly on decline, what would be your faith?, Please let us collectively join hands and make good things happen!!

Help us promote equality and diversity, and thank you in anticipation for your donations and support. Every penny will counts, and also help us share through your contacts.

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  • Olalekan Odedeyi14 hrs ago
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    Olalekan Odedeyi

    14 hrs ago

    Thank you so much for your support! 🎉 CONGRATULATIONS to Olalekan Odedeyi, the CEO & Founder of Save The Woman for winning Outstanding contribution to Social Care of the Year Award 2023 🎉 NATIONAL BAME HEALTH AND CARE AWARDS. For more information please follow us on all our social meadia, and thank you for your generous donations, support and encouragement! Twitter : Facebook :

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  • Olalekan Odedeyi1 year ago
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    Olalekan Odedeyi

    1 year ago

    We have now reached a 2% milestone of our target.. please help us donate and share this page widely. Speaking to Teesside Live, one parent said: "The memories never disappear. It just becomes less each day but it is a memory which will never be erased. "We hoped the truth would come out and our only concern was that it would come in time to get a just solution." In light of the article, it is saddened for history repeating itself!

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  • Olalekan Odedeyi1 year ago
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    Olalekan Odedeyi

    1 year ago

    Thank you to all the supporter, Teesside Live article published 16 January 2022 titled "Cleveland child sex abuse scandal: 100 children snatched from families in the dark of night". The article buttressed that “Some were placed in foster homes, but the most unfortunate children were forced to stay on a ward at a local hospital here in Middlesbrough. It later transpired that the vast majority of the young children should never have been snatched away from their families in the first place”

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Page last updated on: 9/30/2023 19.07



  • Anonymous


    Feb 1, 2023

  • Auntie Nana

    Auntie Nana

    Jan 14, 2023

    Wish you every success. Keep up the great job you are doing


  • Saeed Ahmed

    Saeed Ahmed

    Jan 14, 2023

    I will keep supporting


  • Anonymous


    Jan 12, 2023

    Keep up the good work.

  • Anonymous


    Jan 9, 2023

    Payment for Africentric parenting course 101


  • Chez


    Jul 20, 2022

    This is a fantastic initiative which is required/needed in our community, for people of Afrikan heritage. Please support and share this crowdfunding. We can do this and make it happen!! ✊🏾


  • Mrs Asigoboka Mercy Seigha

    Mrs Asigoboka Mercy Seigha

    Nov 7, 2021


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