United for Kids Foundation

United for Kids Foundation (UKF) is a volunteer-led not for profit organization registered in Nigeria under the Corporate Affairs Commission regime as an incorporated trustees’ entity. UKF is also registered as a tax-exempt nonprofit organization in the United Kingdom and the United States of America (501c3.) UKF is established exclusively for charitable, health and educational activities targeted principally at needy children in Nigeria. Our aim is to create a vehicle that enables fortunate Nigerians and friends of Nigeria apply their resources towards alleviating the unfortunate conditions of less fortunate poor, sick and orphaned children, and providing them with necessary tools to overcome poverty, sickness and illiteracy.

Where our effort goes

We’re on a mission to solve the problems and reinvent charity for a new generation

Primary Education

With initiatives like Pre Secondary School Day Camp, UKF Back To School, UKF Libraries and UKF Library on wheels amongst others, we aim to help underprivileged get better education and access to resources that would have been out of reach to them.

Social Development & Orphanages

UKF organizes Christmas parties for the children of the orphanages we partner with and also open the door for kids outside the homes to join the party to make it more memorable and fun for the kids.


UKF embarks on monthly visits to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH). In the past 17 years, our presence and love as we share care packages and support parents who can’t afford urgent medications for their kids, has helped a lot of families, especially the children on admission, get better faster.

Some of Our Programs

How you’re changing children’s lives


Every kid deserves the chance to learn. Your generosity is helping millions of kids develop the critical skills they need for success in school – and life.


Every kid deserves a healthy start. Thanks to people like you, millions of kids are growing up healthy and treated for life threatening ailments .

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