OLUTOYIN SAKUTU Founder

ABOUT US: NDCASSOCIATION founded in 2014 by OLUTOYIN SAKUTU and a group of Professional Women February 2014 as a non profit with charitable aims to meet the needs of Black and Ethnic Minorities young adults and women in the UK and developing countries.20 MAY 2014 NDCASSOCIATION became a CIC Community Interest Company non profit and officially a member CIC in UK.

-Our Vision everyone has the rights to a better society, to flourish and become effective citizen. 

- Our Mission : NDCASSOCIATION CIC provides health and wellbeing, empowerment workshops thereby encouraging community cohesion, family integration and stability. We are committed to actively work with volunteers to enhance and develop the services for young adult and women.

-Our programmes impact in the lives of the youths empowering them to succeed.

- Development programmes through guidance and coaching on health and well being.

- Campaigns

- Art, Crafts and Fashion Workshops/Events.

-Influence Government by making sure the youths have a say in decisions made by the Parliament which can have an impact in their future.

From Inception we have supported :

-200 young people and women from BAME community and 300 people from Nigeria.

- Collaborated and supported 10 community groups in UK, 5 Charities in UK and 2 Charities in Nigeria.

2018 to 2019 : we ran a community shop project called AMAF (Ankara Meets Adire Festival) supporting upcoming designers from marginalised background to exhibit and sell their product in our community shop at Portobello London

Project EYTS Empowering youths to succeed project was initiated in 2018 to advocate for BME Youths, providing them with training, career advice, and engaging with the UK Government to have a say in decision making that affects youths.

We generate funds by trading and providing services, All profits are reinvested back to run mostly our services in London.

-We launched COVID-19 Awareness campaign and feeding Initiative across London 1st March 2000 promoting the importance and the impact the virus can have on people, Feeding Initiative: Distributing cooked meals and Food parcels to NHS Staff, Key Workers and The Homeless fed over 1000 from inception.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parliament Week 2017

NDCASSOCIATION Awarded Certificate of Achievement.

NDCASSOCIATION CIC was awarded Certificate of Achievement from House of Parliament for organising  and partnering with Parliament week from 2015 to present.

Supporting Black and Ethnic Minorities in the UK and Developing Countries.

NDCASSOCIATION CIC (Nigerian Diasporan Connect Association) is a community interest company non profit set up to meet the needs of black and ethnic minorities young adults and women from marginalised background and developing countries. we generate funds by trading and providing services to Black and Ethnic communities in London. all profits are reinvested back to run mostly our services in London.

 

Our work concentrates on 5 keys

1. Research on health awareness.

2. Development programmes through guidance and coaching on health and well being.

3. Emotional Practical Support

4. Campaigns

5. CPR Seminars

 

Our Mission Statement: 

NDCASSOCIATION CIC Provides health and well being, empowerment workshops thereby encouraging community cohesion, family integration and stability. our services is open to everyone who requires them. we are committed to actively working with volunteers to enhance and develop the services for young adult and women.

 

#BRINGBACKOURGIRLS Campaign to free Girl's kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria.

At House of Commons

NDCASSOCIATION Directors with MP Meg Hillier(All Party Parliamentary Group on Nigeria) discussing Nigeria's Boko Haram Crisis 2014

Parliament week Event 2017

Parliament week 2015 Pancreatic Cancer A Silent Killer

Fashion/Business Expo 2014 at Muson Centre Onikan, Lagos, Nigeria

Fashion  Show and Awards  at Lagos Nigeria attended by Celebrities and Dignitaries.

NDCASSOCIATION CIC Black History Month Event

October 2016