About Us

Paroche Reach-Out Foundation was started in loving memory of Taiwo Oluseyi Adebayo (a.k.a. Paroche), who passed away on August 20, 2012 as a result of injuries sustained when he was knocked over by a drunk driver in a hit & run incident. He was born with his twin brother on the 6th of June, 1986.

 


Brief History of ‘Paroche’

Paroche Reach-Out Foundation was started in loving memory of Taiwo Oluseyi Adebayo (a.k.a. Paroche), who passed away on August 20, 2012 as a result of injuries sustained when he was knocked over by a drunk driver in a
hit & run incident.  He was born with his twin brother on the 6th of June, 1986.

Paroche was well known for his acts of kindness, love, selflessness, and care. He was characterized by his ever-forgiving nature (never holding grudges), and cared for the less-privileged.

He was a graduate of Babcock University, with a B. Sc in Political Science. He was very enterprising and ever ready to help people in need, he also encouraged a lot of young people to be entrepreneurs.

To this end, Paroche Reach-Out Foundation is created to build on, and consolidate the virtues of Taiwo; to campaign against substance usage/abuse/addiction, and to bring about the desired and unprecedented post-rehabilitation care for those struggling with any kind of addiction.

 


Our Mission

Our tri-focus mission is:

  • To enlighten young people on the dangers of substance abuse and addiction.
  • To provide rehabilitation referrals for the addicted, and post-rehabilitation support to prevent relapse.
  • To sensitize the public on positive social behaviour.

 

Our Vision is to eliminate substance abuse in the society, and enable an environment free of social vices.

 

 

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