A BIG thank you to…

Saeon Ambassador. We are delighted to announce the appointment of rising Nigerian superstar, Saeon, as our FIRST ambassador. The young Nigerian artist with tracks such as ARA (Brymo cover), Lie and Jara under her belt makes an excellent choice of Ambassadors for our charity. Saeon will work towards raising awareness of Path to Possibilities' overall vision, assisting in the implementation of the charity’s campaigns amongst other assignments. 

Research Studio. For designing our brand new website and the 2010 gala flier. To say these guys are good designers is the biggest understatement, they are exceptional. Fronted by renowned graphic designer, Neville Brody, Research Studios has worked on world class brands such the BBC website and The Times Newspaper. They engaged with the P2P vision and have given us the best website we could ever wish for. Thank you Jeff and Neville.

Chris Barrow. For building the amazing new Path to Possibilities website. Chris is an expert at all things digital and did an amazing job with the development of our site. He takes an innovative and thorough approach to building and designing websites – which can be seen across the broad range of work that he has produced.

Fountain Partnership. For writing the copy for the website. Fountain Partnership is a team of skilled copywriters and marketers, specialising in writing for charities, social enterprises and the green industry. Rebecca at Fountain worked closely with us to engage with our readers and encourage people to take action and donate.

Mama Cass. For allowing us to use their restaurant for our Charity Sale in November 2009. Mama Cass is a wonderful restaurant in Edgware, serving delicious Nigerian food – if you haven’t yet tried their menu; we certainly recommend you head over to Mama Cass for a meal.

Ernest O Body Cast. For donating a bespoke body cast to a lucky winner at our fundraising auction. Ernest O is a skilled and renowned sculptor and a master of the art of bodycasting. His work has been commissioned and displayed in many homes, boutiques and offices all over the world.

Victory to Victory Church. For allowing us to use their premises for our ‘Charity Begins on Stage’ event in May 2010. Victory to Victory is a non-denominational church in Wembley, with a multi-cultural and vibrant congregation. A warm, welcoming church with a family atmosphere, they are committed to community outreach and have kindly supported Path to Possibilities.

One Eye Media. For supporting us with all our video production. One Eye Media are creative independent television producers and have worked in the US, Africa and the UK – their programming includes entertainment, documentaries, features and feature films. We are extremely grateful for their help.

HiTV. We are grateful to HiTV for giving Path to Possibilities free air time to help raise awareness of our cause and giving us a platform to raise funds. HiTV is Nigeria’s fastest growing pay TV platform.

OHTV. For giving us free air time to spread the word about Path to Possibilities and help us to raise funds to support our children. OHTV is an ethical family entertainment channel showing inspirational and challenging content from the UK and around the world.

Kosibah. For coming to our Gala 2009 and donating an item to our auction. Kosibah Bridal Couture and Evening Wear is the work of fashion designer Yemi Osunkoya. With made to measure gowns, Kosibah is renowned across the world.

Bunmi Koko. For taking part in our Charity Gala 2009 and donating a stunning item of clothing to our auction. Bunmi Koko offers luxury couture fashion. The brand name of designer Bunmi Olaye, Bunmi Koko is fast becoming an international fashion sensation.

Jide Alakija – For taking stunning photographs at our Gala in 2009. Alakija & Co photography is a London based company. While focussing on photojournalism, Alakija also offers photography for weddings and events as well as portraiture and photo art.

House of Touché - For offering their exceptional make-up services at the Gala in 2009. House of Touché offer make up for weddings, proms, portfolio shoots and film shoots. They also offer make up lessons so that you can learn how to achieve fantastic results on your own

Barbara Campbell - For her support and encouragement. Barbara is the publisher of 'Black Heritage Magazine' and an exceptionally inspirational woman. Black Heritage Magazine is the guide to Black History Month, with events listings and features about everything from literature to sports.

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