This project was designed in honour of the memory of Valerie Olalemi. A young girl who had a dream of becoming the best fashion designer in the world. Sadly, she lost her battle with a genetic disorder called CGD on the 1st April 2020 at the age of 8.
Safe Haven-A Ray of Hope was inspired by her passing to help underprivileged children and children living with a disability pursue their dreams despite prevailing circumstances or challenges by creating a fashion design and learning centre where underprivileged children and children living with a disability who wish to develop their interests, talents and pursue their dreams can be given the needed tutelage, guidance and motivation needed to help achieve their dreams.
We are committed to see this project through to its completion and would appreciate support for this cause in the following ways.
- Funding source generated from the charity single She’s one in a million on our YouTube Page
- Voluntary donations via our donation page on the website.
- Also by Choosing to fund any of the proposed learning programmes g designing programme, beauty programme, music programme, architectural programme, strategic learning programmes amongst others. we will have your name inscribed on our memory wall to show our appreciation for funding a key learning activity set out to help the underprivileged and those with disabilities.
progress with “she’s one in a million” project
The true story behing the charity single “she’s one in a million”
she’s one in a Million Music video