Youth in Diaspora RELAUNCH
Saturday, August 27th, 3:30 PM – 7:00 PM EDT
Location details are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.
There will be free food and drinks, a networking session, the launch of new YID program and a Special Guest - Issac Olowolafe the Founder of Dream Maker Inc! The event will be in Mississauga and tickets will be required to enter. Dress code is semi-formal.
4 years ago, on September 1st, 2018 Youth in Diaspora was launched. That same year we fed 100 families in Makoko, the following year in 2019 we fed 200 families in Makoko. In 2020 the pandemic happened and in 2021 things started to bounce back. During that time we fully transitioned into Education, a more sustainable way of impact and in 2022 we're launching our first Education Program. A few days to our 4 year anniversery we are having a RELAUNCH of Youth in Diaspora. A new Youth in Diaspora with a clearer vision for sustainable impact.
There will be free food and drinks, a networking session, the launch of a new YID program and a Special Guest - Issac Olowolafe Jr, the Founder of Dream Maker Inc! The event will be in Mississauga and tickets will be required to enter.
Our Special Guest
Isaac is an award-winning real estate broker, entrepreneur, angel investor and philanthropist. Isaac’s corporation, Dream Maker Inc., successfully operates multiple divisions including a brokerage, real estate development, wealth management, property management, education, private equity and insurance. In 2016, Isaac launched Dream Maker Ventures—a private equity firm that provides mentorship and capital to small and medium sized businesses. In 2017, the Dream Maker Development division celebrated the completion of its first major mixed-use development (condos, townhomes, retail) called Dream Residences at Yorkdale, located across from Yorkdale Mall, and has more than 10 other developments underway across the GTA. In 2018, Isaac also committed $1,000,000 to Toronto Metropolitan University, which will name the atrium in the brand new Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Centre and create an entrepreneurship program for Black entrepreneurs at the university's DMZ. Mr. Olowolafe Jr. has also launched Dream Legacy Foundation, a Foundation that will focus on providing resources and access to financial literacy and technology to different communities.
Our Vision is to empower youth of African Descent in the socio-economic development of their local communities and our Mission is to create wealth by providing sustainable quality education. We are #NotTooYoungToLead