ESEWAC is a non-profit organization, Exclusively for
Charitable, Cultural, Educational, and Social purposes.
HOW WE IMPACT
The Enugu State Elite Women Association was formed to serve the following purposes:
To give items such as food, clothing, books, and toys to the underprivileged in our community.
To promote and cultivate awareness of Igbo culture, particularly Enugu State culture, to our children and others.
To contribute to local charitable organizations or healthcare facilities within California and Nigeria.
To carry out fundraising activities through organizing conferences, seminars, festivals, picnics, cultural dances and seasonal parties, among others.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
The aims and objectives of ESEWAC are as follows:
To foster unity, respect, cooperation, and a mutual understanding among all the members.
To promote our cultural heritage and cultural relationships with other organizations in the community.
To encourage the exchange of ideas and the dissemination of information among members.
To engage in activities that would foster educational and cultural values within our community (and throughout the USA), such as dance, music, and Igbo Language awareness.
To engage in humanitarian, philanthropic, and charitable activities/events involving (but not limited to) culture, education, technology and healthcare in Enugu State, Nigeria.
To hold meetings, conferences, and conventions aimed at exchanging ideas regarding matters of good citizenship and good public relations between our people and the general public.
To engage in any other lawful and legal activities for the improvement and betterment of humanity in harmony with the laws of California and the United States of America.
Enugu State Elite Women Association is a non-profit organization that reaches out to help underprivileged women, children, and youths; we do this by putting compassion into action and guiding our children and youths.
The vision of ESEWAC is to engender cross-cultural interactions through humanitarian activities, reaching out to the underprivileged, both locally and globally.