Education Fund

Ifeyinwa Alison Irukwu Education Fund

Ifeyinwa Alison Irukwu Education Fund aims to sponsor children from impoverished backgrounds in developing countries through education.

Jesus House, alongside hundred of organisations all over the world, are working to achieve the Millennium development goal that aims to tackle the increasing rate of illiteracy across the world, with approximately 113 million children of school age not attending school.

The vehicle set up by Jesus House to play our part in contributing to the achievement of this huge, albeit attainable goal is the Ifeyinwa Alison Irukwu Education Fund. The fund which is named after Pastor Agu Irukwu’s late wife, is accessible to all children of schooling age irrespective of race, religion or gender, who otherwise would not have access to formal learning.