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FGCE G.I.V.E.S. – Benue Flood Charity Donations


Charity begins at home, and the Benue Flood crisis is an opportunity for us to stand in the gap for our brothers, sisters and neighbors in Benue who have been affected by this natural disaster. Email Inquiries [paypal-donation] For Tax-Deductible Donations in the Americas & UK [paypal-donation] For Donations in Nigeria Bank: Zenith Bank Account No: 1014945673 Narration: FGCEGIVES BENUE Name: Association of Federal Government College Enugu Alumni (AFGCEA) FGCE Alumni partner with local charities globally as part of our organizational charter to also give back to the communities within which we live, work, and do business. [...]

FGCE G.I.V.E.S. – Benue Flood Charity Donations2017-09-18T14:16:11-04:00

2016-2018 AFGCEAA Organizational Strategy


2016-2018 Organizational Strategy for AFGCEAA   In the aftermath of our successful 2016 Reunion in Houston, the newly elected Executive Council submitted the proposed strategy for ratification by the AFGCEAA Board.  The key areas of focus are as follows: Understanding the System and building a viable partnership with FGCE - the Institution that is the beneficiary of our charitable efforts. Giving Back to FGCE - Continue to unite our alumni around the core principle of service to our alma mater and each other Strengthening Our Alumni Movement towards an inclusive, effective and enduring institution   Additional details can be viewed by [...]

2016-2018 AFGCEAA Organizational Strategy2017-01-03T16:07:46-05:00

The Water Project by Class of 1994 – Part 1


Class of 1994 Water Project Blog  And so our story begins!  What is this water project sef? Some might ask.  Well, hold on to your are about to embark on a ride along via a series of blog posts and updates. [Gather the Troops] It all started with a clarion call by one of us (think cock crow at dawn!). A Facebook group was created in January 2014.  Nice one!  It was great for us to be united again, but the real eye opener was that 2014 marked 20 years since our graduation…Really?!  Wow, time does fly!  The key message [...]

The Water Project by Class of 1994 – Part 12014-09-23T00:31:38-04:00
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