Franklin Junior Foundation is committed to building partnerships and alliances with civic organizations and companies across the globe. From community educational programs, cause related marketing and corporate sponsorships of FJF these relationships raise public awareness of our mission and help to save babies and mothers.

Current Partners

Faith Initiatives Development Corporation
FIDC helps faith and community based organizations achieve their outcomes by understanding their business problems, offering a range of solutions, and delivering a comprehensive roadmap for transformation through the operation of the FaithBasedNetwork®.

World Vision
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.
Inspired by their Christian values, they are dedicated to working with the world's most vulnerable people and to serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender

Grandparents Around the World Productions Inc
Grandparents Around The World Production Inc. (GATWP) is a community based organization dedicated to promoting positive interaction between seniors and youth. GATWP is designed to serve all age groups. However their mission is to bridge the gap between seniors and teenage children by offering programs that provide positive role models for our youth, GATWP's theatrical productions are designed to enhance community change through people who desire to develop their theatrical skills.

Mamobi-Nima Mother's Club
Mamobi-Nima strives, through voluntary action, for communities in Ghana to be empowered communities, better able to address human suffering and crises with hope, respect for dignity and acceptable level of social and economic security and human dignity. Often, these are victims of natural disasters, poverty brought about by socio-economic crises, refugees, and victims of health emergencies.

Lincoln Hospital New York
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, founded in 1839, is tightly woven into the fabric of community life in the South Bronx, aggressively tackling many important community health issues such as asthma, obesity, cancer, diabetes and tuberculosis. It is known for innovative programs addressing the specific needs of the community it serves. Lincoln has the busiest single site Emergency Room in the region.

March of Dimes
Our mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. We carry out this mission through research, community services, education and advocacy to save babies' lives. March of Dimes researchers, volunteers, educators, outreach workers and advocates work together to give all babies a fighting chance against the threats to their health: prematurity, birth defects, low birth weight.

Association of Pharmaceutical Importers of Nigeria (APIN)
The objective of Association of Pharmaceutical Importers of Nigeria is to assist NAFDAC (National Agency for Food and Drug Administration & Control) in making sure that all importers are registered under one umbrella. They work collaboratively with NAFDAC They work to safeguard public health by ensuring that the right quality of drugs, foods and other regulated products are manufactured, imported, exported, distributed, advertised, sold and used.

Hope Restoration Medical Mission
Hope Restoration Medical Missions works with disadvantaged communities in Nigeria and is currently considering missions in South Africa and Kenya. Since 2000, HRMM has provided medical services to more than 23,000 individuals in the following areas: testing and education HIV/AIDS; colon, prostate and breast cancers; and diabetes and hypertension.
HRMM also works with Widows, Orphans and provide scholarships for secondary school students

Partners and Partnerships in the Making

Nigeria Youth Service Corps
FJF sees the tremendous opportunity to assist in the development of civil society and community participation by seeking partnerships with governments that engage your service corps programs.
Efforts are in the making to explore ways of partnering with the Nigerian Youth Service Corps. FJF sees this as an opportunity to position numerous agencies and community projects to benefit from the value that recent graduates of Nigerian Universities and Technical colleges can contribute. With this effort we see the opportunity too for the NYSC to make placements quickly and closely aligned to the qualifications and aspirations of graduates.