An all-embracing
Yoruba Cultural House
An edifice to protect and project our culture/civilization to the world and lay the foundation of resilient institutions and self-sufficiency Donate Now
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The Moremi Foundation is a non-profit tax exempt 501(c)(3) fundraising organization established as the fiscal agent to fund the educational, health-related, social, cultural and other charitable activities of the Egbe Omo Yoruba, National Association of Yoruba Descendants in North America.



The Moremi Foundation is to become a viable fundraising organization that is financially self-sufficient to successfully fund various needed projects of EOYNA in North America program will assist eligible students to attain their college education, while also educating them on our rich Yoruba culture. Additionally, the



Raise Funds to support the various initiatives of the Egbe Omo Yoruba, National Association of Yoruba Descendants in North America,including, but not limited to the following:

  1. Scholarship program for students who attend college in North America, as well as Yoruba students in Nigeria
  2. Support for a future agricultural processing plant in Yorubaland
  3. Provide support for the Egbe’s annual SAT/ACT preparatory programs
  4. Provide support and assistance to the promotion of cultural and language worldwide
  5. Provide support for health mission trips sponsored by the Egbe in Nigeria
  6. Support the actualization of Oyotunji Village,  a highly recognized Yoruba village in South Carolina, USA
  7. Provide support for Adoption of schools  for School supplies, renovation of  school building  in Nigeria.
  8. To provide support for building a self-sustaining and all–embracing Yoruba Cultural House



  • Raise $5 Million to establish an Endowment Fund to support the programs
  • Solicit, collect and disburse funds, grants by deed or will, or any other form of contribution [personal, governmental, public or private corporation, or association] for programs and projects in its areas of interest
  • Invest in children and youth education through the granting of scholarships
  • Promote the art and culture of the Yoruba
  • Encourage the learning and speaking of the Yoruba language
  • Provide the enabling environment for Yorubas to utilize opportunities for economic activities through active networking and referral programs
  • Collaborate and partner with others organizations who subscribe to the mission and goals of the Egbe