Corporate Social Responsibility
In 2016, we partnered with THE CEREBRAL PALSY CENTRE located in Surulere, Lagos. The Centre provides support for families who are struggling to understand the condition of their children. They are also taught how best to care for their children. Sadly, there are also many children with Cerebral Palsy who are literally abandoned on the doorsteps of the Centre. Not wanting to turn any child away, the Cerebral Palsy Centre takes on these children to ensure that all children are given the best care.
The event had over 100 participants including Nigeria’s fastest man; Seye Ogunlewe and Temple Management Company (TMC) a renowned talent management company. The record scale of participation at the charity walk successfully helped us in joining the Cerebral Palsy Centre to raise awareness about the much misunderstood condition of Cerebral Palsy. We drove home the message to our fellow Lagosians and Nigeria at large that, CEREBRAL PALSY IS NOT A DEATH SENTENCE AND WITH PROPER CARE AND SUPPORT, CHILDREN CAN LIVE HAPPY LIVES.
As an independently funded charity, all donations raised at the event were greatly appreciated and well received by the Centre. It will enable them to continue providing the care and support for children suffering from the incurable condition of Cerebral Palsy.
We aim to continue our legacy of giving back to the society. We will always strive to IMPROVE LIVES WITH EVERY STEP.
As An Organization, We Believe In Giving Back To Our Local Communities to Aid Growth and Change.
Photos From Past Walkathons
As part of our corporate social responsibility program, Fieldco instituted the “Fieldco Annual Charity Walkathon” event in the year 2013. This event takes place on the 1st October of every year to commemorate Nigeria’s Independence Day.
The aim of this CSR initiative is to engender an active consciousness and create a legitimate avenue for corporate entities and individuals that wish to ‘give-back’ – to improve lives in the society they carry-out their business operations and personal activities.
The Independence-day Walkathon is driven by a sincere passion to cater to identified needs, impact and improve the lives of less fortunate individuals who have very few options to surmount real challenges; through the assistance of institutions.
Following the successful completion of the 2014 Charity Walkathon event, the under listed are the shortlisted beneficiaries of this initiative and were presented the following :
The Federal Housing Estate Nursery and Primary School, Bishop Aboyade Cole Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
- 24-inch Samsung LED flat-screen TV (Series 4003) for the kindergarten classroom
- Panasonic DVD/CD player for the kindergarten classroom
- Endowment of a Teacher’s salary for a period of one year in installments of N20,000 / Month (January to December 2015)
The Federal Fire Service, 27 Awolowo Road Ikoyi, Lagos
- 5KVA Diesel Generator
- Repair the scaffold base supporting the overhead tank
- 4 Units of breathing apparatus
- 5 pairs of COFRA rubber boots
- 50 packs Breathing Apparatus-smoke mask
- 3 Units of PELTZEL full body harness
- 5 Units of Eurosafe leather hand gloves