The Tonto Dikeh Foundation enlightens teenage girls on how their body works, such as menstrual hygiene; create awareness on domestic violence against women and children and child trafficking


    The foundation visits schools and awards scholarships to the less privilege children.


    The Tonto Dikeh Foundation offers various empowerments to Widows, Orphans, Youths, Students, and Women for economic and moral support.


    The Foundation offers support to women who are abused, molested, raped or assaulted and to pregnant girls who are abandoned. 


    The Tonto Dikeh Foundation promotes agriculture by distribution of fertilizers, seedlings, farm tools etc. to farmers.


    The foundation aids in medical challenges, free drugs distribution and health education.


Building a better future for Africa.


Building a better future.

The Tonto Dikeh Foundation is a non-governmental organization founded by the Nollywood Actress, Tonto Dikeh. 

The Foundation was established in the year 2000 with clear vision and passion of making life better for all displaced and under privilege women, girls, youth, and children in Africa, in-respective of their Politically, Religious and Cultural differences.

It also aims at organizing regular sensitization programs and symposium discussion that will bring sanity and civility to the black race; by taking issues that affect women, gender issues, rape, empowerment, climate change and child right. 

Looking into the alarming rise in societal ill against women and children in Africa, we realised that the society is too quiet and shying away from the truth. We decided to step up our strategy and create events that will address all these challenges and adequately inform our women and children. As we know the power in getting the right information at the right time, we can’t deny challenges facing Africa, most of which are well captured in the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As a celebrity founded Non-Governmental Organisation, we believe our voices will count and our impact will be easily felt, as we can reach hundreds of thousands in one campaign. As a role model, it is our responsibility to affect as much lives as we can.

The Tonto Dikeh Foundation shall continue to dedicate its resources, time and passion into making a difference in those particular sectors as we feel they are the most vulnerable in the society and shall constantly create conducive atmosphere for all displaced children, community women, rendering free adequate care and promoting talents. As a matter of fact we are committed to building a better future for Africa.


The Tonto Dike Foundation partnered with (NAPTIP) National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, to enlightened people on the tricks and trend in human trafficking.


The foundation empower a 16years old SSI student of Kuje Girls Government Science, who was raped, by counselling her, paying her school fees in a more improvise school to university level.
Another beneficiary will be Benue state lady who was married with two kids and suffer domestic violence throughout the marriage that lasted for seven years by starting up a business for her.
The Foundaton also empowered youth in makeup training, photography, fashion designing and cinemography etc. They were also given start-ups. Other empowerments include supplies of farm tools to women in rural area in Kebbi, and also empower widows in FCT by sharing sewing machines.


In February 2017, the foundation awarded scholarship to 200 student in Warri, Delta state through the back to school project in collaboration with Cheeno HR, to the assist the less privilege kids and to help in the realization of the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals in the area of education and mass literacy in Nigeria. In April, the foundation also awarded scholarship to 345 indigene students in FCT, and also assisted 200 students living with disability to go back to school in Abuja.


The foundation has achieved fulfilling agendas through various health advocacy and campaigns such as free medical outreach services to various rural communities that are not privileged and fall through the cracks of health care system. During such services, the foundation pays hospital bills for various health challenged women and children. Currently, the foundation is handling a 12 million naira Bone Marrow case of a boy, Iredia Uwaifo Iwinosa, in Benin, who is in need of an urgent Bone Marrow transplant in India.

Monthly Donation to Touch Lives

One thing about giving is that there is no perfect time for giving and giving is not meant to be enjoyed. Mother Theresa of Calcutta would say “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” You can be contributing small amount on monthly basis then you would later realize you have done so much for so many people with your small monthly contribution.


As long as poverty, injustice & inequality persist, none of us can truly rest. It doesn’t take much to change a life, Get in touch today and start making the difference.