Adeola Ogunade

Founder of Hands of Hope Foundation

Adeola Ogunade, Founder of Hands of Hope Foundation (HHF) based in the UK has a passion to motivate, inspire, support and empower adults that have low self-esteem due to their history. Adeola who is best known as Favours, believes in the perspective of giving ex-offenders a ‘second chance’ and this will be delivered through the core functions of the foundation. She is a graduate of Criminology and Criminal Justice with the necessary experience gained when she worked as a Probation Housing Resettlement Officer with the London Probation Service offering the relevant support to newly released people from custody and the people serving their sentence in the community.

She has Social Work background, qualified PTLSS trainer/teacher and she is also a Housing Practitioner, member of CIH (Chartered Institute of Housing). She currently works in Housing, with extensive experience with ex-offenders in one of London’s Borough and is dedicated to the well-being of the foundation’s cause. Her expertise extends to working with people inside and outside prison, and with socially excluded vulnerable adults. She was actively involved in the development of one of the Housing Surgeries specially tailored to the needs of the Asian Community in the Belvedere area of Kent.