At Eat’N’Go, we believe in the power of education to transform lives and break the cycle of poverty. Our commitment to this belief has led us to join forces with Slum2School Africa, a remarkable non-governmental organization, to launch “The Superhero Campaign.”
Patrick McMichael, our Chief Executive Office, underlines the significance of this initiative: “Education is the most potent tool to empower future generations and create a brighter future. We see ourselves as superheroes on a mission to change the lives of these incredible children.”
Our ‘Superhero Campaign’ is built upon a comprehensive strategy that encompasses:
📚Scholarship Initiatives: Fostering ambition by providing educational scholarships.
🏫 Learning Centres: Nurturing growth through dedicated educational facilities.
👩🏫 Empowering Educators: Supporting the educators who shape young minds.
📊 Holistic Support: Encompassing academics, health, and psycho-social aspects.
Over the past five years, we have been privileged to work hand in hand with Slum2School in our shared commitment to investing in Africa’s future. Through this partnership, Eat’N’Go is bringing hope, inspiration, and real change to the lives of African children.
Join us in our journey to be the change-makers, the superheroes, who pave the way for a brighter future through education. Together, we can make a difference that transcends generations. 💪🌍📚 #SuperheroCampaign #EducationForAll #EmpowerAfrica
Eat’N’Go is Africa’s leading master franchisee for the Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt brands. Renowned for being a master deliverer of high-quality food and services, EatN’Go launched in 2012 in Nigeria with the vision “to become the premier food operator in Africa”. Today, the company has over 195 stores in Nigeria and Kenya, and it continues to deliver on this promise by successfully rolling out the globally recognized brands Cold Stone Creamery and Domino’s Pizza across Africa. EatN’Go is dedicated to bringing the best global food brands and concepts across Africa.