The Queen Grace Foundation is a charity organization based in Lagos, Nigeria with a mission to work with local children, communities, supporters and partners to protect and transform vulnerable orphan girl children and female victims of violence in our society.

The charity was founded by Princess Genevieve Ikenchukwu in 2002 in London and was officially launched in Lagos, Nigeria in 2015. Since then, the organisation has received a number of support both locally and internationally for its causes and innovative programs. The QGF appreciates all its supporters and is open to developing future strong relationships with potential sponsors and partners and welcomes the application of volunteers willing to help drive the vision forward.

The QGF with the collaboration of the National Council of Arts and Culture in Abuja, Nigeria appreciates and works with talented young artists by promoting and selling their work online. Please support by visiting our shop to support to these great talents.

Finally, we hope you will join us on our journey in transforming the lives of the young orphan girls, because they deserve an opportunity to a better life too.

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Vision: To develop a culturally modified society where the Orphan Child, Female Victims of Violence (general and domestic) , and the Girl Child in general are treated with respect, given a better life and on equal footing with everyone else in that society. Constructing the QGF VILLAGE will afford us that opportunity.

Mission: To prevent violence through education, awareness, empowerment initiatives and the modification of our culture.


Strategies: The QGF believes it can best educate orphans and empower female victims of domestic violence through a combination of various innovative, yet practical strategies:

. Develop and operate a yearly scholarship program for orphans that focus on educational excellence and leadership
. Provide preventive health education on domestic violence
. Collaborate with local, grassroots NGOs
. Collaborate with international nonprofit charities
. Foster strong relationships with local communities and governments

Values: The QGF believes in development at the grassroots level to empower girls and women to rise to their own talents to build their confidence and break the cycle of poverty and violence within the home. These values include the following:


THE QGF does not discriminate based on age, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.


Our Trustees work together to develop a clear strategy for the future of the QGF and ensure that the work we do and goals of the organisation are aligned with our vision. They each play a key role. We have a very supportive Board who believe in our passion to help the orphans and female victims of violence in our society and we value the expertise that everyone brings to their role across the organisation.

Ms. Angela Agigi (Nigeria)

Mr. Efan Ekoku (UK)

Dr. Ngozi Gbenoba (UK)

Genevieve Ikenchukwu

Dr. Wallace Ogufere


Genevieve is the second child of the late Monarch of Agbor Kingdom in Delta State – HRM, Obi Ikenchukwu I and his wife, HRH, Queen Grace Ikenchukwu (nee Isedeh) and sister to the current Monarch, HRM, Keagborekuzi I, Dein of Agbor Kingdom. She has five sisters and two brothers including the current Monarch.

Genevieve is the Founder of the Queen Grace Foundation (QGF) formerly known as the Obi Ikenchukwu Foundation (OIF), a charity she established to honour the memory of her parents. She is a practicing Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales and a Barrister/Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. She holds an LLB from a Nigerian University, had her Masters Degree in International Commercial Law from the UK, attended the BPP Law School, Holborn in Central London and subsequently qualified as a Solicitor. She continues to practice as a solicitor in London.