Relume Foundation

Our Mission is to bring light to impoverished regions in New York City and abroad. By meeting basic human needs of shelter, food, health, and education we bring hope to our community.


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Student & Tutor Connection Initiative (2021)

Student & Tutor Connection Initiative (2021)

Student & Tutor Connection Initiative Kindergarten to 12th Grade Are you a teacher who is interested in supporting a student? Are you a student in need of a tutor? Are you a High Schooler with an A in a subject in need of community services? REGISTER...

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Voice to the Voiceless Series 3

Voice to the Voiceless Series 3

Three of Three Series - Final Series Survivor: The Past & The Future Streaming LIVE on @RelumeF @Relume Foundation Saturday, October 16, 2021 12 noon (EST) 5:00 pm (WAT)

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About Us

Our Mission

is to bring light and hope to impoverished regions of Africa, America and the world at large, by meeting basic human needs…


Our Vision

Is to alleviate human suffering by being the hand of God extended and a conduit that connects the people that do not have…



Donations are needed to buy supplies for various program. Some of the supplies are medical supplies, school supplies…


Our Team

Sunday Adeosun

Sunday Adeosun


Sherri Adeosun

Sherri Adeosun


Sherri is a registered profession nurse for over 10 year. She is a supervisor with the Office of  School  health  D75, working with diverse population of children with various degree of diagnosis severity. Her passion has always been caring for children and helping the people in need by being the hands of God extended. Sherri has her first Bachelor of Science degree in Botany, her second in Nursing and a Masters of Science in Nurse Education. She also has an intense desire for the word of God. She has a degree in Ministerial Studies and is working on her Bachelor of Theology.

She is deeply honored to be appointed as the President of ReLume Foundation Inc. The foundation was birth out of obedience to the word of God, “Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it into me”.

Natasha Ferguson

Natasha Ferguson


Natasha has been teaching for 20 years for the N.Y.C. Department of Education. Prior to that she worked as a Probationer and Caseworker . Natasha is a certified Rehabilitation Counselor. She has a B.A. in Psychology and Communicative Disorders from Buffalo University; and a Master of Science in Education in Rehabilitation Counseling from Hunter College.

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