- The Tolaram Group
The Tolaram group has been our major supporter for many years and have led the way with their consistent support. Their leadership support allowed the AOTF to build and train the young Restoration Team beginning in 2017. With their support the following restoration was made possible: the Egungun walls, the Obatala walls, the Osun Walls, Igbo Fa, Olomoyoyo, the Osun Shrine, Osun Lakokon, the major sculptures on the Alajere pathway and Idi Baba.
- Julius Berger Plc
We are extremely grateful to Julius Berger Plc. for funding Iledi Ontotoo, our most complex restoration and for the generous contribution of materials in kind.
- Lafarge Nigeria
Cement is the main material used in the restoration of the Monuments and Shrines. We thank Lafarge for their generous support
- Femi Akinsanya
Chair of the Save Our Art! Save Our Heritage! Fundraising Campaign, Mr. Akinsanya’s ongoing leadership and financial contributions to the AOTF have been an invaluable to the restoration and training successes.
- The Republic of Austria
The Republic of Austria has a special relationship with this cultural and heritage site and have led the way with their consistent support over many years.
- HR Campbell and Gusti Merzeder-Taylor
Hugh and Robin Campbell and Gusti Merzeder-Taylor’s ongoing leadership and financial support going back two decades are deeply valued.
Valued Institutional Supporters
Google Arts and Culture
Nike Art Gallery
Susanne Wenger Foundation (Wolfgang and Marte Denk)
James Cubitt Architects
St. George’s Lodge
With thanks to many Individual Supporters, with special mention
Hugh and Robin Campbell
Sandra Mbanefo Obiago
Gusti and Peter Merzeder-Taylor
Winifred and Ngozi Schommers