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Alachua Country schoolBoard

Storage Facility Provided by Alachua School Board.
20′ X 8′ X 8.5′ ocean freight container load of Books – – donated by Alachua School Board of Gainesville, Florida.

50 Computers were donated by Alachua School Board in 1994. The computers were airlifted from Gainesville Florida to New York before been shipped to Nigeria. All expenses were paid by the Consulate Office of Nigeria in New York. Thanks for the favor received from The Education Attaché of Nigeria.

2004 Shipment to Akwa Ibom..

Group of Students from University of Florida in Gainesville loaded the 2004 shipment. This was our second ocean freight container (20′ X 8′ X 8.5′) to Akwa-Ibom State, Nigeria.
The books were donated by Alachua School Board, Florida Book Store, Book-A-Million, Barnes & Noble Book Store, Gator Textbooks Inc and Friends of the Library Alachua.

Rocks church Gainsville

Appreciation Day of The Rock Church of Gainesville Florida
Thank you very much family for the Books, Computers with Monitors, storage shelf, Ocean Freight Container plus moving costs and much more that Education Opportunities for Nigeria Inc. (EON) had received from The Rock Church of Gainesville Florida. During my visit to Nigeria, I visited just one of the future Recipient institutions of your good will. I expressed your kindness and that of Pastor Susan in The New Creation Schools. The student body, The Proprietor and The Staffs were very appreciative and delighted by your generosity.
As soon as EON Inc. has the fund, the shipment will be sent to the nation. On behalf of the directors of EON Inc. I say thank you again. Allow me to end by rephrasing a quote from
Marcel Proust,
“Your team is the charming Gardner that makes the hearts blossom”.
Thank you again.

Our Office
3712 NW 84th Drive,
Gainesville, Florida 32606
Phone : 352-317-7780
Fax: 352-377-8976
Ware House Location
2121 NW 2nd Ave,
Gainesville, Florida 32609

VOLYES FAMILY

The Volyes family provided the storage space for the ocean freight container, donated books, CD Teachings and provided man power to off load our truck loaded with books into the container.
Upon my visit to Nigeria in 2015, the New Creation School students in Primary School and Secondary School sent their appreciation to the Family. On behave of the Team of Directors, Mr. William Alexander (The First Treasurer of Education Opportunities for Nigeria) and I gave the family a small token for their contributions.

MD Dr. Glenn N. Taylor

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

General Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 

2121 NW 40th Ter, Gainesville, FL 

Gainesville, FL

North Florida Regional Medical Center

Alachua County School Board 

620bE. University Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32601

 

  • Mr. & Mrs.  Arthur Wade 

911 Plumbing & Air Conditioning and Pipeline Restoration Services, Inc.

Gainesville Florida

WWW.FixMyPipes.com

  • Lloyd Clark Sports,
    1504 NW 13th St.
    Gainesville, FL 32604
  • Florida Track Club.

P. O. Box 12463 University Station Gainesville, FL 32604

  •    The Rock School, 9818 SW 24th Ave, Gainesville, FL 32607

www.therockonline.com

  • Consulate General of Nigeria – New York.
Mr. Joseph Idashaba, Former Education Attache’ of Nigeria, Nigeria Consulate, New-York. USA
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
  • Dr. Hardman, Retired Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Florida.
  • Ralph L. Lowenstein, Dean Emeritus, Collece of Journalism and Communications, University of Florida.
  • Dr. James L. Wattenbarger, Ph.D., Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, College of Education, University of Florida. Gainesville FL. 
  • University of Florida Students Fraternities & Sororities
  • Black African Students Union, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
  • Shands Medical Library.
  • Mr. Samuel Kolajo, Industrial Mining Engineer, Lagos Nigeria
  • Mr. Matthew Alabi, Chemical Engineer, Lagos Nigeria.
  • Mr. Ayu, Proprietor, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.
  • Dr. & Dr. (Mrs.) Ezekiel Femi Soetan, 
  • Sam Ewang. Group Captain Sam Ewang was Military Administrator of Ogun State, Nigeria from August 1996 to August 1998. He paid for two Shipping Containers to Nigeria
  • National Universities Commission,26, Aguiyi Ironsi street PMB 237 Garki GPO,Maitama, Abuja.
  • Late Pastor Arnold Lastinger, Pastor of First Assembly of God, Now Green House Church, Gainesville, Florida.
  • Pastor George Brantley, The Rock UF College Ministries, The students assisted us in loading the container for shipment in 2004. This was organized by Pastor Gary.
  • The Late Pastor C. R. Smith of Living Faith Fellowship, Gainesville, FL.
  • Gainesville inmate who assisted us in loading the first Shipment of Books from Gainesville Fl.
  • University of Florida – Library West, University of FLorida, Gainesville, FL.
  • Florida Bookstore, Gainesville FL.
Veterans Administration Hospital, Gainesville Fl.
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  • Barnes & Nobles, Gainesville, FL.
  • Gator Textbooks

           Gainesville Fl.

  • Goering Textbooks, Gainesville, FL.

         Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, FL 

  • Students Government.
  • Basket Ball Team. 
  • Books Donations from Nursing College Contact: Mrs. Karen Knots.
  • Mrs. Lynda Knight, Former Director of March of Dime Gainesville FL. She was the First Secretary of Education Opportunities for Nigeria. Inc.
  • Mrs.  Jamie Delong Gainesville FL.
  • Mr. Bill Alexander, Gainesville FL.
  • Mr. Bill Stensgaard Gainesville FL.
  • Mr. Eric Godet, President & CEO of Great Chamber of Commerce,  Gainesville Fl.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Bola Akinsiku, Donation & Participating in Race2Read.
  • Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Apena, Donation and Participation in Race2Read.