Eve Brookville Foundation (EBF)

EBF is vying to become one of the leading civic rights organization within the United State of America for Africa – with central point beginning on Gabon, and seeking to expand to other nations.

Established in 2021, to uplift African social justice matters through human rights.

EBFwill support donors, impact investors and corporations (CSR’s) to begin, expand and reorient their philanthropy by increasing the impact and scale of their giving in a strategic and effective manner.
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EBF collaborates with social change leaders who are seeking solutions to some of the most pressing issues that these communities face.
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Vision:

In order to nurture the growth planned in Africa by 2030 our priority is to eliminate all forms of child labour, educate, inspire and prepare young generation for the new economic growth and cultural world
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Mission:

Prioritize fund raising in the USA for associations that focus on eliminating Child Labour or any other projects promoting economic education for younger generation to accelerate development and proper management of Africans economic wealth in the future
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About the Founder

Eve Brookville:

Proud of her Gabonese roots, and inspired to follow in her mother’s footsteps of achieving a Gabonese diplomatic background.

Eve Brookville graduated in 1996 with a degree in Psychology at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers an engineering institution pioneer in the development of Social and Solidarity Economy teaching programs located in Paris, France.

Eve Brookville has spent a significant amount of her personal time raising funds for various charitable, humanitarian and philanthropic activities.

As she has often said: “influence is leadership- especially when you use it for a good and noble cause.”

As part of her naturally outgoing and charismatic personality, Eve considers the “socialite being” as a duty. This allows her to actively engage and inspire other individuals to support charitable causes and philanthropic activities that she deeply cares for.
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HOW DID YOU BEGIN

I began through regular participation in social activities from delivering food to support care for elders, and veterans. Ultimately, my goal has always been to improve human welfare.
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WHAT MADE YOU CHOOSE THIS PATH

A life without purpose-driven is lethal.

I care about advancing others life situations, as I am very grateful and blessed for all that I have been able to achieve. My personal mission and greatest achievement are helping people who are suffering / in need, and saving lives. Advancing the lives of people in the African continent, specifically Gabon, are all very personal to me.
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WHAT MAKE YOU STAND OUT IN YOUR INDUSTRY

Outsiders have noticed that the African continent is important and becoming more so, not least because of its growing share of the global population (by 2025 the UN predicts that there will be more Africans than Chinese people).

Governments and businesses from all around the world are rushing to strengthen diplomatic, strategic and commercial ties. This creates vast opportunities. If Africa handles the new scramble wisely, the main winners will be Africans themselves.

My parents are originally from Gabon.
My mom, is a generational diplomatic family who worked notably with the former president Omar Bongo.

I realized that the wealth of African countries is often underestimated, or often targeted with the opportunity to abuse.
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Why are you unique ?

The EBF will foster global friendships in the USA with African government and cross-cultural exchange, lectures, political speeches leaders invitation, partnerships with human rights organizations, conference, concerts, galas…

A socioeconomic and cultural strong dynamic development crossing boarders fighting against child labor .
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WHAT KEEP YOU running WHEN TIME GET TOUGH

As a mother I think to the next generation.

This generation can change the future if we let them.
We are inspiring young generations to make philanthropy a central part of their life.
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What advice did you like to someone to give you at the beginning of your career?

Don’t let anyone kill your dream vision.

WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF AND YOUR COMPANY IN A COUPLE OF YEARS

Giving my professional full time in social activities and humanitarian causes, continue love my partner/husband with the same intensity I met him the first day and protect our family.
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What are some of your dreams and aspirations?

A full recognition of the Africa continent, the center of the next world urban future.

Despite so much uncertainty in the world right now over health, jobs, finance and others unknown…. To continue to give back.