WELCOME TO DOUBLE ST FOUNDATION



OUR VISION


To bridge the gap between those that need help and those that can help; especially in our focus areas.

OUR MISSION


To create platforms that connect people with the needs they require.

OUR VALUES


Service | Excellence | Accountability | Collaboration | Integrity

MORE INFORMATION


We are a nonprofit bridging the gap between those that need help and those that can help in the areas of Health (Mental Health- Suicide Prevention), Education (Guidance & Counselling), Youth empowerment and Male Advocacy.
Our services revolve around Advocacy and Awareness Creation via trainings, conferences, workshops, seminars, support groups, etc.

We help by creating platforms that connect people with the needs they require.
We operate by focusing on raising questions, finding people with the answers, monitoring the implementation of the answers found and following up on the people and platforms on whose demands, the question were asked.
We’re a generally wealth of positive energy. A tribe of young people passionate about saving lives.

As a nonprofit organization that bridges the gap between those that need help and those that can help; we focus on raising questions, finding people with answers, monitoring the implementation of the answers found and following up on the people and platforms on whose demand, the questions were asked. We raise awareness on mental health problems with a focus on suicide prevention activities and male gender advocacy, as well as working to connect people with mental health disorders to mental health professionals around the country. We raise conversations around the importance of counselling with a focus on guidance & counselling. As a youth lead- youth targeted platform; we push for youth empowerment.

Double ST Foundation though founded on the 13th of July 2018 was registered in Nigeria on the 8th of May, 2019 with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC/NO 128852), and will be officially launched on the 13th of July, 2019 by a team of young intellectuals and concerned individuals led by Oluwatosin Olabode.