DALLAS – In the spirit of lending a helping hand and bringing smiles to the faces of orphaned African children, friends and supporters gathered in Dallas for the successful launch of CHF- comforting hands foundation.
Founded in May 2010 by Olajumoke Bakare-Keleko and co founder Lola Fajemirokun, CHF was borne out of the desire to lend physical and emotional support to the ever growing population of babies without parental care and assist in developing them to grow into constructive members of society.
The inaugural event featured fashion shows, comedy by Seyi Brown, music by Atlanta DJ E-Cool and poetry by Mike Guinn. The guest speaker was Okechukwu Ofili; author of “How stupidity saved my life” while Malcolm Fajemirokun was master of ceremony.
CHF would donate proceeds from the event to some orphanage’s in Nigeria during a pre planned visit.
photos by Dsol for Trendy Africa Media.