About Us


To create social change through art and creativity and in the process shows society the power of art in contemporary Africa.


To join hands with the government and other stakeholders in empowering African communities in art, design, social and cultural developmental projects.

About Centre for Citizens with Disabilities

ArtNoise Social is a non-profit charity committed to the development of all areas of life (economic, social and human) of the less advantaged people in Sub Saharan African communities through arts, design and cultural themed projects.

Our Work is to strengthen sub Saharan African communities through well thought out and effective projects that will not just change their immediate environments but will also change the outlook and thinking of those around which projects are centred in such a way that creates social change and encourages those affected to carry on with our mission long after completion of our projects.

To achieve our vision, we facilitate empowering opportunities for young people that engage them as the principal agents of change, connecting their skills and passions with the most pressing community needs, and helping them to develop a skill set that allows them to start creating positive social change where they are.

We believe that opportunities are vital in order to change the world. Each one of us can offer opportunities to people most at need so that they can develop their skills and be at the helm of their own development.

We aim to be effective instruments for addressing social needs outside of government and to create an inclusive society for all where no one is left behind and all persons participate equally in the cultural, social, political and economic environment.

ArtNoise Social Partners with the government, institutions, corporate organizations and other Non – profits organization et al to achieve our aims and objectives. We operate from Lagos, Nigeria (Our Headquarters) and we intend setting up our offices in different regions in Africa so we can connect with as many communities as possible in the sectors of;

  • Advocacy & Policy
  • Aged
  • Animals
  • Arts & Culture
  • Children
  • Disabilities
  • Disaster Relief & Emergency Services
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Food Security/Agriculture
  • Health
  • Housing/Land
  • Human Rights/Justice
  • Rural Development
  • Skills Development
  • Social Development
  • Sports Development
  • Urban Development
  • Violence / Abuse
  • Women
  • Youth Development