International DJ, philanthropist and activist Cuppy Otedola champions Save the Children’s education programmes and is passionate about the right for girls to have access to a quality education. She has visited our schools both in Lagos, Nigeria and in the East end of London.
Speaking after her school visits, Cuppy said: “Education – especially for girls - is key to improving their chances in life. I would not be the same person had it not been for the education I received, and I am keen to ensure that every last child has a chance to go to school and learn”.
Cuppy is also actively involved in raising awareness and support for the work of Save the Children in Africa, regularly using her own social channels to highlight the work of Save the Children and show how others can get involved. She has helped Save the Children to host several fundraising events in Nigeria and the United Kingdom, and most recently worked with the organisation to attract several significant donations that are transforming the lives of millions of children.