The Dream Legacy Foundation is fostering social and economic empowerment of the Black community across Canada. With our key core focus areas in cultural identity, economic inclusion, housing, health, education and research, we are harnessing the talent in innovative ways that is found within the Black community.
Dream Legacy Foundation was established in 2016 to encourage philanthropy all across Canada. They have since raised over +$2 million dollars for causes such as housing, cultural identity, research, health, economic inclusion, and education among the Black community.
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We envision an inclusive market economy in which systemic barriers are eradicated and contributions of underrepresented groups are amplified and valued.
We support grassroots capacity building and promote social and economic inclusion of marginalized communities as a viable and innovative way to create a more representative, sustainable, inclusive, and harmonious society.
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Meet The Dream Founder
Isaac Olowolafe Jr. | Founder
Isaac Olowolafe Jr. is an entrepreneur, business owner, and philanthropist. He established The Dream Maker Realty/Olowolafe Family Scholarship Award at the University of Toronto, the largest endowment for African Studies in any Canadian university.
Meet The Board
Moyo Omole | Board Member
Alexander Sinora | Board Member
Trish Mandewo | Board Member
Meet The Team
Monique Asuquo | President
Neelofer Tariq | Executive Director
Collins Boakye-Yiadom | Program Manager
Lucia Majekodunmi | Program Manager
Clinton Hosannah | Program Manager
Patience | Research Consultant
Samatar Abdi | Project Coordinator
Zeeshan Khaliq | Project Coordinator
Aleeza Arshad | Special Projects Coordinator
AJ Serjue | Marketing Specialist
Sam Asirifi Jr | Project Coordinator
If you have any questions, or wish to learn more about the Dream Legacy Foundation, please reach out to the team: Info@dreamlegacy.org