MTN Y’ello Care Wraps Up After 30 Days of Impact

Posted on July 10, 2024

MTN Nigeria held its 2024 Annual 21 Day Y’ello care Initiative which will held for 30 days this Year, with a grand ceremony held at MTN Rooftop on Wednesday July 3, 2024.

Y’ello Care is an initiative where MTN Staff give back to the community and this year, they renovated Iwerekun Community high school providing them with learning materials, Vocational learning events and rebuilding conducive classrooms suitable for learning.

 

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In a spectacular display of goodwill and community support, MTN’s annual corporate social responsibility campaign, Y’ello Care, came to a triumphant close with a grand ceremony that left attendees inspired and uplifted.

 

 

 

The closing ceremony, which held at the MTN Plaza in Lagos, brought together MTN employees, partner organizations, and members of the community to celebrate the impact of this year’s Y’ello Care initiative. The event was a culmination of a month-long series of activities focused on education with the theme, “Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow.”

 

During the ceremony, MTN executives highlighted the achievements of the campaign, including the rebuilding of classrooms, replacement of chairs and tables, provision of learning tools and holding sessions of vocational skills for Iwerekun Community High School students alongside the partnership of KNOSK for its ‘Study Better Packs’ Educational Initiative’. The company also announced plans for continued support for education.

 

Expressing gratitude to all those who contributed to the success of this year’s Y’ello Care campaign and emphasized the company’s commitment to making a positive impact in the communities it serves.

 

“When we embarked on this project, could not have anticipated the significant impact we would achieve. We have successfully created an environment that paves the way for a brighter future for these children, thanks to the generous contributions from everyone at MTN and our partners. Over the past 30 days, we have truly embodied the spirit of giving, one of our most important values. Let’s celebrate our collective success,” said Modupe Kadri, Chief Financial Officer, MTN Nigeria.

 

As the ceremony ended, attendees left with a renewed sense of purpose and a deep appreciation of the power of corporate social responsibility to transform lives and build a brighter future for all.

MTN’s Y’ello Care campaign 2024 may have ended, but its legacy of compassion, generosity, and communal spirit will continue to resonate as we look forward to Y’ello Care 2025.

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