TGI partners with CWC to tackle hunger

Tropical General Investments (TGI), through its TGI Cares foundation, has entered into a partnership with Cosmopolitan Women’s Club (CWC), aimed at combating hunger and promoting entrepreneurship.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of Dame Marie Fatayi-Williams as the new President of CWC, held on April 28, 2024, at the Metropolitan Club, Victoria Island, Lagos, Rafiat Gawat, Head of Corporate Communications at TGI Group, emphasized the organisation’s commitment to ending of hunger and strengthening communities.

She stated: “As part of our contribution to CWC’s impactful work, we are proud to announce our monthly donation of food items from our organization to their food bank project, through our TGI Cares Foundation. This gesture reflects the alignment between the objectives of our Foundation and the humanitarian mission of the CWC.”

Highlighting TGI Group’s corporate values, Gawat stated that: “Food is at the core of our portfolio, and our foundation, TGI Cares, is committed to addressing both existential and situational hunger while promoting empowerment.”

She further highlighted the organization’s global reach and showcased its extensive food product line, including Big Bull Rice, Terra Seasoning Cubes and Golden Terra Soya Oil.

Dame Marie Fatayi-Williams expressed her gratitude for the partnership, commenting: “We are delighted to be working with TGI Group on this mission to provide hope for tomorrow and smiles for today. The partnership between TGI Group and CWC is an example of a shared commitment to sustainable development and community empowerment.

“Tropical General Investments (TGI) Group is a global conglomerate with most of its investments in emerging markets. TGI’s investments are aimed at driving inclusivity and value addition by utilizing locally sourced raw materials, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and highly skilled labor to produce world-class products that are consumed locally and exported to global markets. TGI Group is the parent company of WACOT Rice, CORMART and CHI Farms.

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