MAKOKO, NIGERIA: Over 400 hungry young elementary students were given food HopePacks in this joint charity campaign by Agents of Hope and FoodClique. The children were so excited by the surprise visit and both schools also received whiteboards and dry erase markers to aid in their learning. Agents of Hope founder, Mr. Shola Salako, and the charming volunteers from FoodClique were greeted with glorious songs and applause. It was quite a hope-filled day indeed.
Are you ready for 2013? Deep within you lies a reservoir of unused potential. It is our utmost desire to help you release this power to achieve your goals in 2013. Participants from the Detroit metropolitan area came and listened to our successful speakers at this Agents of Hope motivational seminar.
These real-life success pioneers will shared real life examples on how to achieve what many think is impossible. Our guests received some great information on how to make 2013 their best year yet. Now it is time to live more completely.
DETROIT, MI -- Agents of Hope gave holiday gifts of toys to 70 happy kindergarteners at Thirkell Elementary School in Detroit. Led by Shola Salako, founder of Agents of Hope, volunteers delivered the gift-wrapped toys -- colorful red for girls and navy blue for boys -- as they greeted the wonderful students in holiday cheer.
The elegant evening of fashion, arts and culture featuring Vogue Afrik and a host of other fashion designers concluded with major success on Friday August 17th, 2012 at The Silver Garden in Southfield, Michigan. The evening started on time at 6:30 PM with a red-carpet reception and networking session with interviews and photography. Living art statues by Rozenia Johnson (MDUBA Associates) and Simbala Desilles decorated the reception area. Agents of Hope partner vendors were also present including Joi Taylor of Joi Jewelry, Edythe Ford of Walker Miller Energy Services, LLC, Folasade Egbedoyin of DavFolFun Quilts and Pillows, Victoria Wiley of Organo Gold, Rita Coleman of Pontiac Discount Pharmacy, and Ola Salako of AVON Products.
Southfield - May 24, 2012. On behalf of Agents of Hope, its founder, Mr. Shola Salako, recently visited the Woodmont Academy in Southfield, Michigan. Sharing his experience in the global Information Technology arena, Mr. Salako strongly encouraged the students of Woodmont Academy to give serious attention to technology because most industries rely on heavily technology in this information age.
There are hopeless people everywhere you look. They have dreams, aspirations and ambitions but life seems to have given up on them. There are good fathers out there that angonize over the fact that they are unable to sustain their families and there are mothers and orphans that cry each morning as they wonder where needed food for their children will come from. Our world is filled with people looking for answers -- people looking for a glimmer of hope.
Lagos - July 31, 2011. With FoodClique's help and guidance, Agents of Hope recently visited and fed 200 hungry children at the Oko Baba Destitute Home in Lagos, Nigeria. It was a joy distributing food and gifts to helpless kids even for one day. We look forward to great charitable opportunities in the near future. Special thanks to all the volunteers from Food Clique. Mr. Bolajoko Fadipe of FoodClique and his team were so awesome. Your passion gives us great hope and it warms our souls. Let's spread hope. Let's spread love.
Detroit - May 20, 2011. The founder of Agents of Hope, Mr. Shola Salako, escorted/chaperoned students of Martin Luther King Senior High School on a field trip to the Detroit Institute of Art (DIA). The students explored the institute's vast collection of art and gained immense knowledge about the origins of various types of art forms.
With your support, Agents of Hope is spreading hope every day through mentorship, food drives and empowerment seminars. It does not take much to give hope or give nutritious meals. Working together, we can build a world where everyone is more independent through hope.
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