The Yahaya Seriki Foundation is launching the Cash Boost Initiative, a program that will provide N250 million in cash grants to support emerging entrepreneurs, small businesses, women, and youth in Kwara State and surrounding areas.
The Yahaya Seriki Foundation is set to make a significant stride with its “Cash Boost Initiative,” a program aimed at injecting N250 million in cash grants to support emerging entrepreneurs, small businesses, women, and youth in Kwara State and surrounding areas. Taking place on November 18 in Ilorin, the state’s capital, this initiative represents a crucial step in driving economic development and empowering individuals.
Under the excellent guidance of Amb AbdulFatai Yahaya Seriki Gambari MFR, the foundation has always worked hard to improve the economy in the area. The Cash Boost Initiative is their newest and most significant project, showing how dedicated they are to helping local talent grow and supporting people who want to start businesses or get more education.This grant program is meant to help with the money problems that people in Kwara State and nearby places face. It’s there to give important financial help to those who want to start businesses, go to school, or make their lives better.
This grant program aims to help people in Kwara State and nearby areas facing economic challenges. It’s meant to offer important financial support to those trying to start or grow businesses, go to college, or improve their lives.Happening on November 18, the Cash Boost Initiative is open to everyone, such as business owners, craftsmen, students, and creative thinkers. The grants they’re giving out will be a big help for these projects, giving the necessary money to turn dreams into real accomplishments.
The selection committee manages applications to make sure that grants go to projects that can make a big impact, create jobs, and match Kwara State’s goals for economic growth.
Before the empowerment date, frequent updates on the foundation’s website and social media will keep applicants in the loop. The upcoming November 18 event is expected to be a significant moment in Kwara State’s economic development, bringing about major changes in the lives of those who receive grants. People with creative ideas, including aspiring entrepreneurs and students, are urged to take advantage of this incredible opportunity.