One Action Foundation Has A Roll-out Of Events For Pride Month

One Action Foundation Has A Roll-out Of Events For Pride Month

One Action Foundation has some interesting affairs lined up for Pride Month.

First is the Liberation Awards. This will be the foundation’s first awards program which recognizes persons/organizations who have been fighting to ensure that LGBTQI+ lives are valued in Nigeria. To vite your favorite advocates, kindly click HERE. Voting ends on the June 13.

Then, there’s its annual Pride Event called NGANGA. Nganga is going to be virtual this year, to be held on June 26. To keep up to date with information regarding this, kindly follow @oneactionfoundation to know when and how to RSVP and also to see the activities lined up for that day.

Nganga is also a movement that provides an avenue for LGBTQI+ individuals living in Nigeria to discuss issues unique to them and celebrate their progress in the fight for an equal society. One Action Foundation will need your support by way of donations to make this year’s Nganga a success.

To donate via GoFundMe, kindly click HERE.

To donate via bank transfer, kindly send a DM to @oneactionfoundation on Instagram or @Oneaction_  on Twitter for bank details.

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