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At TS Foundation, we believe that every child deserves a chance to thrive and succeed. We are dedicated to showcasing the impactful work we undertake to make a difference in their lives. But our commitment doesn't end there. We are excited to announce that our upcoming children's center will serve as a groundbreaking web3 training hub.

This innovative initiative will empower young people by providing them with cutting-edge training in web3 technologies, equipping them with the skills needed to lift themselves out of poverty. By embracing the potential of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and decentralized systems, we aim to empower these individuals to navigate the digital landscape and seize new economic opportunities.

Our Goal

"Bringing Children a Better Tomorrow Today with NFTs"

Campbell Town Community

On December 30th, 2023, the Troglodyte Society, sponsored by BoBulls, organized a transformative event in Campbell Town, Sierra Leone, benefiting over 4000 children and their families. The initiative provided essential support, including food, school supplies, and clean drinking water. Top academic performers were also recognized and rewarded.

Highlighting a commitment to transparency, the event was live-streamed via Google Meet, showcasing the Troglodyte Society's mission to revolutionize charitable operations. The broadcast aimed to demonstrate how web3 technologies, particularly blockchain, can positively impact communities.

The Troglodyte Society expresses deep gratitude to BoBulls for their generous contribution. This event exemplifies the society's dedication to leveraging innovation for positive change within communities, as witnessed by the Troglodyte NFT community during the live stream.

Poka Grafton Community

Troglodyte Society NFTs recently organized an event in the community of Poka Grafton in Sierra Leone to support over 1000 underprivileged kids and their families. The funds used to host the event were raised through a stream-a-thon put together by QVIR media, and 100% of the funds raised were used to provide basic necessities such as food, clothes, and school supplies.

The event was a resounding success, and it was heartening to see the community come together to support a worthy cause. Troglodyte Society is committed to positively impacting underprivileged communities, and our work in Poka Grafton is a testament to our unwavering dedication.

It's inspiring to see how technology and art can be used to make a difference in people's lives. At Troglodyte Society, we are leveraging the power of blockchain technology and art to raise funds and support communities in need. It's a creative and innovative approach to philanthropy, and it's great to see it being used for a noble cause.

The event in Poka Grafton is a shining example of how technology and art can be used for good. It's heartening to see how the community came together to support the cause, and it's inspiring to see how NFTs are making a positive impact in underprivileged communities.


Kingtom Bomeh Community

Welcome back to the Bomeh Community. We decided to support this area for a second time because we know that they continue to struggle daily with basic necessities that children should never have to worry about. This community is the dumping site for the city of Freetown in Sierra Leone. These kids and their families live in unsanitary conditions and sleep with pigs for shelter at night. They search through the trash for anything they can find to sell in the market to purchase food for themselves.


This day was very heartbreaking to watch. In the end, we were able to feed close to 500 kids and provide school supplies.


Campbell Town Community

On Saturday, April 1st, 2023, Troglodyte Society hosted another live event in Sierra Leone, and it was a huge success. The event took place at the Campbell Town community, and the organization was able to reach out to approximately 1250 children.

The goal of Troglodyte Society is to build relationships with impoverished communities in Sierra Leone and give kids a chance to obtain a better way of life. This event was a testament to the organization's commitment to that cause.

During the event, Troglodyte Society provided the children with school materials, food, and clothes. But that wasn't all. The organization also rewarded the top five academic performers with a monetary gift.

The event was a great success, and it wouldn't have been possible without the help and support of Troglodyte Society's NFT community and workers on the ground in Sierra Leone. 


Poka Grafton Community

For the month of July, we visited the Poka Grafton Community where we supported kids and their families. Many of the people in this community are disabled as a result of the horrors experienced during the civil war and the affects of polio disease. We were able to provide clothes, school supplies, food and money. Eleven families were supported financially, thanks to the amazing Troglodyte community who assisted with ensuring these family are able to get food to eat for the next three weeks. 


St. George Orphanage

Our sixth event was held at St. George Orphanage. We decided to return to this community to help out and assist as best we can. The children at this orphanage are street kids who have been rescued. We will continue to do our part to support them. During our event, we provided food, school supplies, clothes and rewarded the staff and students with monetary gifts. We wanted to help the staff because we know the hard work they put in for the little money they make and wanted to thank them for the good they do for the kids.


Gray Bush Community

Welcome to the Gray Bush Community. This is our fifth monthly event we chose to support. Our goal is to continue to build trust between the communities so that we can better support them when we our centre is up and running. During this event, we were able to supply food, clothes, school supplies and award the top five academic performers with a monetary gifts to help support their families. 



Bomeh Community

Welcome to the Bomeh Community. We chose to support this area because we found that there was a major need of assistance. This community is the dumping site for the city of Freetown in Sierra Leone. We found that there are kids and their families who live on this dumping ground. They search through the trash for anything they can find to sell in the market to purchase food for themselves and their families. We were also taken to an area where the kids sleep with pigs. 


This day was very heartbreaking to watch. In the end, we were able to feed close to 500 kids and provide school supplies.



Kroobay Community


For the months of February and March, we focused on the Kroobay Community. The reason we chose to host events twice was to ensure we were able to support each child. In the end, a total of over 1000 kids were supported within a two month time  frame. We want to thank everyone who supported us on this journey.


St. George Orphanage

Our first endeavor was to host a New Years day party for the kids at St. George Orphanage in Sierra Leone. There were approximately 50 kids at this home. They were treated to food, drinks and toys to start off the New Year. 



The Preparation

Stocking up on supplies and preparing for a fun filled day. This is why we do this! Our goal is to ensure these kids know that there are people out there who care for them and are fighting for their success and happiness. This is just the beginning!


Local News Coverage


Our story was picked up by two local newspapers and a radio station in Sierra Leone. People got a glimpse of what it is we are trying to accomplish and this is a good start to something that can be so beautiful and rewarding for so many kids.



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