I am passionate about providing opportunities. It stems from the frustration of seeing so many honest, hardworking and excellent people in Nigeria go unrewarded. I want to do something to fix that. Effort ought to be compensated. Values should be celebrated. When people work hard, they should not go hungry or feel unfulfilled.
Subomi Plumptre Fellowship
Subomi Plumptre Fellowship mentors and networks exceptional young Nigerians. Learn more.
Educational grants are provided to organisations working with brilliant street kids and orphans.
Project 10k offers free investment literacy courses to 10,000 hardworking middle-class Nigerians. Learn More.
I deeply hate injustice. It is one of the few things that makes me cry. When I see the odds stacked against everyday people who are just trying to survive, it propels me to do something to help.
Legal aid costs are underwritten for organisations providing representation to women and children. Also, organisations assisting prisoners awaiting trial or serving sentences for non-violent offences.
Hospital bills are paid for patients who cannot go home because they are unable to settle outstanding fees.
Advocacy initiatives that focus on progressive policies are supported.
Culture is everything. It affects how a society reasons, behaves and evolves. If you want to understand why a country is progressing or not, look at its strongly held values. If we do not actively engage Nigeria’s endemic cultural underpinnings, we may not move forward.
Culture Conversation interrogates ideological and cultural narratives in Nigeria. Using research and social media engagements, the project promotes values that are important for national growth.
Unfiltered documents stories of contemporary faith to provoke honesty, independent thinking and unvarnished conversations.
Media Investments are made in Nollywood and the music industry.
Every year, I actively drive a few social causes that are dear to my heart. They keep me grounded and remind me of what’s important in life.
Project 10k provides a grant of 10,000 slots in Subomi Plumptre’s investment course to middle class Nigerians. The in-kind grant is currently valued at N310,000,000 ($800,000).
The goal of the project is to create a critical mass of financially independent citizens who have a history of social or civic contributions.
The expected outcome of the project is 50% of participants attaining a minimum level of financial independence of about 50% in 3 years. Financial independence is a situation where an individual’s return on investment can sufficiently cover their daily expenses. These individuals will be encouraged to pay-it-forward by lifting others in their communities.
Culture Conversation is an ongoing survey of generational values in Nigeria. The findings are used to interrogate cultural narratives, particularly in the media.
The expected outcome is bringing to fore, the relevance of wholesome values and actively participating in media content development & distribution.
Unfiltered curates contemporary stories of faith. It provides a bridge for people to meet God, through interactions with real life experiences. Learn More.
Subomi Plumptre Trust is governed by a Board of Trustees. Members are active signatories to all financial accounts and regularly review reports on the activities of the organisation. The Trust is audited by an independent accounting firm and the Secretary to the Board serves as the Trust's legal counsel.