DCS Winner Announcement

DCS Winner Announcement

Special thanks to all sponsors for pooling together funds for tuition assistance.  The recipient of the Dudunorth Community Scholarship is Adaeze Awunor.  We are more than glad to award the amount of $1,650 to her for outstanding performance in the Engineering program at the University of Windsor. Despite all, she has proven focus, tenacity and discipline in … Continue reading »
The DN Scholarship Funded

The DN Scholarship Funded

Special thanks to all the donors and supporters of the Dudunorth Community Scholarship.  Your support is greatly appreciated.  Together we were successful in raising $1,610, which is 32% of the goal however we are confident that it will make the recipient 100% grateful.  That’s a huge success! To International African Students seeking sponsorship, please send the following to … Continue reading »

2014 Drop Coin For Change

This year’s ‘drop coin for change‘ is officially centered around educating our youth and encouraging better grades by relieving them of job related stress.  The Dudunorth Community Scholarship is currently open for funding.  Donors are welcome to drop coin of any amount. The deadline to contribute/donate is October 1st, 2014.  Help us reach our goal of … Continue reading »

The Dudunorth Community Scholarship

The Dudunorth Community Scholarship is an initiative developed by Dudunorth to encourage African’s to change  their community on their own dime. Post-Secondary fees for international students is outrageous.  Considering the need to learn the Canadian education system, the foreign exchange involved in tuition payments, unforeseen financial/medical circumstances that could hinder a students education during the … Continue reading »
Nigerian Independence Day Campaign – ‘Drop Coin For Change’

Nigerian Independence Day Campaign – ‘Drop Coin For Change’

As a celebration of the 53rd Nigerian Independence day, a social campaign to support a Nigerian business owner in financial distress has been developed by Dudunorth. To support this campaign, a few bloggers and entrepreneurs have donated funds to bridge the gap in a Nigerian residents’ business finances.  If you own a business and you’ve … Continue reading »