• Donation from Alachua School Board, Gainesville FL
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What Social Classes Owe to Each Other [1883] –  Every man and woman in society has one big duty. That is, to take care of his or her own self.  This is a social duty.  For, fortunately, the matter stands so that the duty of making the best on one’s self individually is not a separate thing from the duty of filling one’s place in society, but the two are one, and the latter is accomplished when the former is done.  — William Graham Sumner,


1994:  50 used computers donated by the Alachua County School Board delivered to Nigeria.

1994:  13,000 high school textbooks donated by the Alachua County School Board and shipped to Nigeria from  Gainesville FL USA.

1993 – 2000: Donated college level books to visiting professors from Nigeria.

2000:  10,000 Books provided by International Books Projects in Lexington Kentucky and shipped to Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria from Lexington, Kentucky.

2004:  9,900 books Collections from Gainesville community and shipped to Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria from Gainesville, Florida.

2007:  Offer Scholarship to one student in Nigeria. ($100.00)

2009:  Offer two Scholarships to two University Students.($500.00 each)

2009:  Library Proposal to Ekiti and Shagamu Communities in Nigeria

2009:  Contributed to the Invisible children of Sudan. Worked with the West Side Middle Scholl of Gainesville. Florida.

2015: Currently working on another shipment to meet the new request from the nation.