Dr. Olushola Adeborode Kolawole


Dr. Olushola Adeborode Kolawole Foundation

Who We Are

OAK Foundation is a social development initiative of Dr. Olushola Adeborode Kolawole in collaboration with The Kings Palace Schools.

Over the years, the School Management established a scholarship scheme, from which over fifty (50) students benefit annually. However, Sustaining the scheme given the current economic crisis owing to the global pandemic has been quite challenging.

We are therefore seeking for partners who are ready and willing to support the Scheme in providing scholarship opportunities to some of our disadvantaged pupils/students.

Your support will help alleviate the burden of these scholarships on the school and to further expand the provision currently on ground and to ensure that these generosity is not halted due to restrictions caused by the unpalatable happenings round the globe.

With your help, we can prevent the misfortune of denying the less-privileged pupils/students from obtaining their educational goals, especially the girl child, which was the main aim of the Scheme.

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How We Help

Every little donation made towards this project goes a long way to supports the education of bright students who are otherwise incapacitated to afford their tuition and learning materials fee.


— The Fatherless

The Fatherless (Pupils/Students who have lost their father and the Mother/Family are incapacitated).

Group of colorful dressed, happy African children, orphanage in Kenya. There is no light and electricity inside the classroom. Around 20-30 orphans live in this orphanage which is located near Nairobi.

— Indigent Students

Indigent students (Students/Pupils who have both parents, but their parents are poor and could not afford their Education sponsoring).

TOPSHOT - An orphan plays with her new hula hoop during the food and toy distribution, for total about 500 orphans in 11 orphanages, by National Muslim COVID-19 Response Committee to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim holiday which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan at Good hope markazil Banatil Islamia orphans centre in Nairobi, Kenya, on May 25, 2020. (Photo by Yasuyoshi CHIBA / AFP) (Photo by YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP via Getty Images)

— The Orphan

The Orphan (Pupils/Students who have lost their Parent).

Impact Stories

We have compiled stories of some students who are most in need of your support at this time.

Godday Needs Your Help

I am Okah Godday. My father is a bus driver while my mother is a petty trader who finds it difficult to fund my education. My father rarely comes home and he sends money neither for feeding nor my school fees.

Esther Need Your Help

My name is Esther. I am the last born out of three children. Ever since the demise of my father, my mother has been the sole carer of the family. However, it got to a point when my mother could no longer cater for us, then she had to send me to live with my aunt. Ever since I got to my aunt’s place, she has been maltreating me and exposing me to danger.

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How to Support Us

How can you join us to make an impact? Here are all the various ways you can help.


Help us send more out-of-school but bright kids back to school.

Medical Outreach

Help us cover medical bills for widows, fatherless & orphans.

Feed Outreach

Help us feed 3 widows daily and up to 1000 fatherless kids in total.


Help our clothe-a-child initiative (especially schol uniforms)

Support Packages

We currently run two designed packages. For more flexible and custom donations that extent to things not covered here, kindly contact us below.

Full Scholarship Packages

a full Scholarship package for any students/pupils in secondary school and primary school respectively

Partial Scholarship Packages

half scholarship package for any students/pupils in the secondary school and primary School respectively.

Contact Us

Reach out to us with feedbacks and enquiries about supporting and developing our projects and outreaches.

Temporary Office

17, Sola Oyeleye Street, Agbado, Lagos/Ogun State, Nigeria


+234-7020-407-599 (NG)
+447404712779 (UK)

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