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P. O. Box 2071
Spring Hill, TN 37174
Adassa - Adumori Foundations, Inc.
P. O. Box 2071
Spring Hill, TN 37174

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Spring Hill, TN 37174

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Franklin, TN 37067



February 2008, Princess Fumi went back to her community--Emure Kingdom, in Africa after 23 years of absence, for the coronation of her cousin: Oba Emmanuel Adebayo as the new King.

The experience was exhilirating and beyond words.


Coming January, 2009; she will be taking a group of business men--The Aslan Guild as well as other well wishers: teachers, pastors and leadership in various capacities to help rebuild the community.


Here is a little keepsake from her last visit to Emure Kingdom.



Princess Fumi's Album



ADASSA Launches "Fashion for Life" Campaign to alleviate poverty in Africa:

Imagine a world where children sleep on empty stomachs; imagine if your 6 year old child would have to walk over 5 miles everyday to get to a “shed” called school; imagine your child not able to sit through class because he or she did not eat last night; imagine that he or she would have to leave school early, risking their education, to sell fruits and goods at the market, just so their family can eat one solid meal for the day; just imagine living a life of no hope or even second chances?      

This is the story of many everyday African children and their parents who struggle to give them the best life possible... see for more information

Poor State of Schools in Africa

Donate to a cause:

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